This week’s student of the week is senior Jenna Deluce! Jenna is an incredibly well-rounded student due to her academic achievements, involvement in sports, and dedication to volunteer work.
Choir may not seem like your cup of tea at first because your idea of choir probably involves singing solos in front of of a large audience. Well I’m here to say you never have to! Unless you are moving into a higher choir; you don’t even have to be a trained singer. Continue reading Charger Spotlight: Choir
Some people might believe that in order to be a good candidate for college acceptance one must be in a sport. The truth is, colleges also look for someone who is involved in clubs and other extra curricular activities. Anna Ulanova, freshman at Centennial, is involved in several extra curricular activities. She is able to manage good grades and clubs after school which is why she was chosen as Student of the Week. Continue reading Student of the Week: Anna Ulanova
What is the “most wonderful time of the year” Christmas, of course! Although receiving gifts and eating some great food is a part of Christmas, it isn’t the most important part. Spending time with the family and being able to enjoy each other’s presence is what Christmas is all about. As Christmas is approaching, The Centinal wanted to know what were some students and faculty’s plans or traditions for the holiday season. Continue reading Centennial Makes Christmas Plans
Kirkland Butcher may “trick” you into thinking that he is a regular student. However, after a few minutes of lively conversation with him, he turned out to have a big magician’s hat full of surprises. Indeed he is a magician, but he wants to be known as an illusionist or performer instead. His passion revolves around performing magic tricks that leave people speechless. It is rare to find people that are passionate about doing magic tricks and excel at them. Although a majority of his time is filled with practicing magic tricks, Kirkland manages to be involved in a variety of clubs and study for his classes. He is currently learning his Spanish, Russian, and even some Latin. His unique personality, magic skills, and intelligence is why he is this week’s Student of the Week.
Jimmy Fitzgerald is a talented student-athlete that goes to Centennial high school. Fitzgerald is the quarterback for the Centennial varsity football team and is a standout player. Not only does he dedicate his time to football and academics, but also is involved in choir and NHS. Jimmy’s hard work and effort that brought him success is one of the many reasons why he was chosen for this week’s Student of the Week.
Did you know that October is considered LGBT History Month? Most people are not aware of this, but there are a group of students at Centennial that are trying to help create awareness by participating in a club named the GSA. GSA stands for Gay Straight Alliance which is a club at Centennial that believes and supports equal rights for everybody. Their main goal is to provide a social opportunity for LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and their allies.) Therefore, the GSA strives to create a safe school environment for everybody and to educate people on equal rights.
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.
Aidan Reilly is a junior at Centennial who is involved in varsity soccer. Outside of soccer, Aidan is also a great student who is very outgoing. He’s also able to manage soccer and maintain good grades.