The wrestling season was a very interesting this year. After losing their main key wrestlers Austen Schott and Darren Wynn, the squad still managed to have a decent overall team record. Although having some rough personal records this season, wrestlers Austin Maltbia, Darnell Flemings, Dom Harmon, and Sammie Lack all advanced to sectionals . I got a chance to sit down one on one and interview junior Austin Maltbia on how this season went. Read more
Eunsik Na is a Korean immigrant who came to Champaign to study six years ago. He loves Centennial and has tons of school spirit. The Centinal chose him to be Student of the Week because of his unique, upbeat personality and his award-winning Martin Luther King essay this year, which was featured in the News-Gazette recently. Read more
Valentine’s Day. This holiday stirs up feelings of joy and excitement as well as lonlieness and sadness. Valentine’s Day is a day to remind some one you love them. In our minds, this day is meant for love struck couples whether they are girlfriend/boyfriend or married. Read more
Valentine’s Day is a time to show your love and appreciation towards someone. This person does not necessarily have to be your girlfriend or boyfriend, but your friends and family members as well. If you don’t have much money to spend and are limited on time, this gift guide will be perfect for you.
In this episode of The Centinal, BJ and Leon talk with Student of the Week Trent Sanford about the Super Bowl and the Winter Olympics. Read more
Trent Sanford proves himself to be an all-around stupendous individual, which shines through his fantastic grades, impressive school involvement, and outstanding personality. As a senior at Centennial High School, Sanford is involved in many of the clubs and activities that the school has to offer, participating in band, golf team, and as a co-president of Mu Alpha Theta. He excels both academically and creatively, and his flair for various skills are undeniable. His talents duly noted, he has been nominated as The Centinal’s new Student of the Week!
Centennial students participated in the national Black Writers Read-In program on Tuesday, February fourth. Students and teachers volunteered to read works by published black authors. Several classes gathered in the Centennial Library to listen to poems, short stories, non fiction selections and moving personal accounts from black writers. Read more