Centennial has a rather large array of clubs available for students to join. From debate to ping pong, there’s a pretty good chance you’ll find a club worth joining. Speaking of clubs, here’s some you might be interested in.
Ever heard of Ping Pong Club? It was just created by a freshman last year, Angela Xu. She’s a sophomore now and looking forward to a whole year of ping pong. Even with it being started just a few months before school ended last year, they now have over 80 people in the club, around 50 coming every week.
In memory of Luke. Last year around spring the anti-bullying club was started because Luke Miller who had experienced bullying passed away. This club is sponsored by Centennial Archery Coach Lenz who is now working in the library. The club was started by Centennial seniors who were tired of bullying being a problem in our society: Haylie Denzer, Dylan Chambers, and Lexi Alves.
The math team is basically a team of students that like math. The students on the math team meet weekly to solve problems, learn about new things, and practice for competition throughout the year.
Video Game Club meets every Friday from 3:30-4:30 in Room 235 (find later). After starting a little over a year ago, the club is finally starting to expand from its original state. While video games are a huge media with thousands of amazing titles, Video Game Club almost exclusively focuses on the fighting game Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U. The reason for this is fairly simple, most local multiplayer games cap at 4 players, but Smash 4 offers an 8 player mode, meaning twice as many people can play at once. The club has gone under the banner of Video Game Club for a little over a year now, but when it was created around 2 years ago, it had a completely different purpose.
The new Meatball Club is run by Centennial Senior Senia Hernandez. She got this idea from a friend that lives in Oklahoma and thought that it would be a great idea to introduce this club to Centennial students.