Interact is an entirely senior based and run club at Centennial High School. It is sponsored by Jeron Blood and the Rotary Club. The senior executive board includes Chris Piper as president, Mecca Muhammad as vice president, Annie Roh as internal secretary, Alle Roley as external secretary, and Ana Hosier as historian. They are dedicated to helping people in the community along with local and international charities. Continue reading Interact Doesn’t Waste Time Getting Involved
Making the decision on where to go to lunch can be difficult. No one wants to spend a lot of money on eating out, so why should you have to? The choice for where to go to lunch may be easier than you think. The best decision would either be going home, or to a friend’s house that lives close to Centennial. If you or your friend live close to the school, this would be an easy and relaxing choice.
The Key Club is an organization that is based on service to help the community. This club is a great way to get involved in your community and help in any way you can.
Centennial enjoyed an energizing pep rally and parade before the big game.
In this episode of The Centinal, BJ and Leon, with special guest Faith, talk about the Student of the Week Austin Maltbia, Spirit Week, Homecoming, and The Centinal‘s advice column. Check it out here.
Chargers transformed Thursday into Jersday. Students and staff celebrated their favorite sports teams by wearing jerseys to school.
At this time of year, seniors and juniors go through the stress of continuing the next step in their lives: looking for a college. There are so many points to consider that we often don’t know where to start. This process comes down to four main components: location, tuition, major, and grades. Continue reading The College Application Process Made Easier
Forget Facebook friends – how many real friends do you have? What does it mean to be a friend, and what constitutes as one?
The first weeks of school can be stressful for anyone. There are new classes, new students, and a new level of responsibility that one must learn to carry. Yet, what people often forget is how teachers feel in similar, stressful situations. The Centinal has brought this article to light because life as a teacher can be quite hectic. The following questions have been directed towards Jim Linnenburger, an AP Calculus and Algebra 2 teacher here at Centennial. He has taught at Centennial before but then worked at the Melon Building before returning back this year. Continue reading A Returning Teacher Shares his Experiences at Centennial