December 4 - 8
Welcome back Star families! We hope you and your student had an enjoyable Wellness Week and were able to share some quality time and moments of gratitude with one another.
The Centennial Choir and Band are now preparing for the Spring musical - The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. There will be optional workshops held on Tuesday, December 5th 2:30pm-5:00pm and Wednesday, December 6th 2:45pm-4:30pm to give students an opportunity to be introduced to the audition songs and process.
It is mandatory for students to attend both days of auditions which will be held on Tuesday, December 12 2:45pm-5:00pm and Wednesday, December 13 2:45-4:30pm. Please see attached flyer and reach out to Ms. Verdi email@example.com or Ms. W-H firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
To stay up-to-date with all things related to Centennial academics and athletics, head over to our website https://www.ccsoh.us/centennialhs.
If you have any questions feel free to reach out to Mr. Clausen (email@example.com)
Winter Sports Announcements
HUGE shoutout to Girls Bowling team for their win against Columbus Academy on Monday. Congratulations to Harmony Manzie for a high score of 145 points!
Boys Basketball - Saturday 12/2 12:45pm @ All Ohio Showcase vs. Dunbar-Reynoldsburg High School
Girls Basketball - Saturday 12/2 1:30pm/3:00pm @ Eastmoor
Boys JV B Basketball - Tuesday 12/5 7:00pm @ Walnut Ridge
Girls Basketball - Tuesday 12/5 5:30pm/7:00pm @ Mifflin
Wrestling - Tuesday 12/5 5:00pm @ New Albany
Boys JV B Basketball - Wednesday 12/6 4:30pm vs. Eastmoor
Boys and Girls Bowling - Wednesday 12/6 4:00pm @ Holiday Lanes vs. Bexley
Boys Basketball - Wednesday 12/6 5:30pm/7:00pm vs. Eastmoor
Girls Basketball - Friday 12/8 5:30pm/7:00pm vs. East
Wrestling (Varsity) - Saturday 12/9 10:00am @ Lakewood
Please come out to support our Stars! If you are interested in volunteering for concessions, reach out to CBPTA firstname.lastname@example.org
Teen Impact Program
Interested in mentoring for your male student? Every Wednesday at Linden Community Recreation Center, boys ages 12-18 have the opportunity to meet with a mentor associated with the ICE organization.
ICE (Image, Character, Etiquette) is dedicated to enhancing the quality of man, encouraging all men to live to the best of their potential. They use school programming, community development and positive male influences to usher young men into manhood. Their goal; "to steer, shape and mentor young men, equipping them with the tools needed to prosper today, tomorrow and for generations to follow. Ice brings leadership to the heart of every man." Use the link below to find out more information.
Academic & Graduation Information
SME Education Foundation Scholarship Criteria:
- Must be a permanent resident or citizen of the United States or Canada , or have a U.S. or Canadian student visa.
- Must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale.
- Must be pursuing associates, bachelors, or graduate degree in manufacturing, engineering, or related field.
- Open to high school seniors or current college students.
- Students can be part time or full time to be eligible.
- Must be attending a University or Community College in the United States or Canada.
College Visit to Columbus State - December 5th
Centennial will be hosting a college visit for all seniors to Columbus State Community College on December 5th. Registration is required, please see flyer below for more details.
If you or your student have questions , reach out to their school counselor for more information.
Everything You Need To Know About Staying On Track To Graduate
Step 1: Successfully earn credit for 21 courses (4 math, 4 English, 3 Social Studies, 3 Science, 1 Fine Arts, 1 Technology, 1 Adv. SS or Sci, .5 PE, .5 health, 3 general electives) plus 1 credit for 120 internship hours.
Step 2: Demonstrate Competency: By earning certain scores on state or national tests.
Step 3: Show Readiness by earning seals that exemplify your student's expertise in at least 2 academic areas out of a possible of 12.
Contact your school counselor today.
CBPTA’s Winter Flower and Greenery Fundraiser
November 1st, starts Centennial High School CBPTA’s Winter Flower and Greenery Fundraiser! Please help us fundraise to support student activities, sports, academics, arts and more at our school.
If you know someone who would like to purchase from a Catalog and pay cash/check, please contact the CBPTA directly at email@example.com. Checks will be made payable to CBPTA.
3 Ways To Help:
- Buy your Winter plants from CBPTA this year
- Text your student’s personalized link to friends, family, and co-workers and ask them to support the sale
- Post your student’s personalized link on social media to trusted friends and family
- Sale starts: 11/1/2023 – Online Store is activated
- Sale ends: 11/14/2023 – Online Store closes at midnight
- Plant Delivery 12/1/2023 – Pick up your flowers at Gables Elementary from 4:00PM - 6:00PM
Thanks for supporting CBPTA!
-Student must be passing 5 credit hours with a 2.0 GPA
-Students need to have a file in the Athletic Office:
-A current OHSAA physical
-Emergency Contact Card
-Athletic Participation Form/Consent Agreement
Local Level Events
Local Level Events - Centennial HS Instrumental Music - Parent Donation
Parent sponsorship instead of band fees Your name and sponsor level will appear in all Instrumental Music Programs Bronze - $25 takes care of band fees Silver - $50 pays for uniform Gold - $100 no further fundraising required, but your participation is always welcome.
Local Level Events - Centennial High School Class of 2024 - Walking Into Our Future-Walk-A-Thon
Walking Into Our Future-Walk-A-Thon The event is to raise money for senior activities. " When you click donate here, you will be able to designate a specific senior you would like to sponsor or choose Class of 2024." Donations to the Class of 2024 will have a senior who will be picked to walk for the donation.
Centennial High School - Contact Information
Assistant Principal: Kay Fields-Battle (Freshman & Seniors)
Assistant Principal: Adam Clausen (Sophomores & Juniors)