Aaron Chun runs the college and career center where students can go and get information on colleges you are looking at. He can also help you with choosing a career you want to go into. Chun should be in the office most of the time throughout the school day.
Centennial students began school this week. We wish you all the best for a good school year.
Pocket points are taking over phones, people are spreading the word like a virus, free foooooddddd.!!! Free Food? FREE FOOOOD!! Is usually all the kids can hear because who doesn’t want to save their hard working or their parents hard working money to get the best kinds of food they already like to buy.
Many students in Centennial High School would agree that coming to school can be difficult at times because of how hard it is to wake up in the morning. In response to the bad reputation that students get for being tired in class, I believe that we should have later start times. This would be beneficial in many ways. Students would be more awake during class, have better focus and maintain their grades more easily. It is unrealistic to expect teenagers to be able to be up so early in the morning and still have the ability to function and concentrate as if they were well-rested and prepared for learning.
After the fifth road loss of the season, the Illini fell to 13-10 overall and 3-7 in conference play. In the five road games Illinois has played, they have lost by 23, 16, 25, nine, and four, respectively. Read more
Our latest broadcast features a few of Centennial’s artists and the Charger Girls Basketball team’s victory over Central.
The Centinal interviewed Centnnial senior, Kaylee Bryan, about the new organization Rattle the Stars. Rattle the Stars is a new organization to Centennial High School, that is bringing awareness to mental illnesses. 71% of people attempt suicide with one hour of deciding, and RTS wants to change that!