May 17 – Baccalaureate Service

The Baccalaureate Service is on Sunday, May 17 at  Mount Pisgah United Methodist Church (2850 Old Alabama Rd, Johns Creek) from 5:00-6:15pm.  Baccalaureate is a non-denominational worship service intended to encourage, challenge, and inspire the graduates as they move from high school to their future endeavors.  Graduates should wear their graduation gowns to the service (no caps).  Recommended attire for under the gowns is as follows:  Girls- an appropriate dress (any color is fine) with… Read more

Landed a Plane in the Hudson Lately?

Accident Avoidance Workshops It’s amazing the success we can have at the controls once we’re properly trained. Anyone can handle “Normal Driving Conditions”, but how will your student react when they’re faced with “Emergency Driving Conditions”? 98.5% of the driving population doesn’t have that training. This is when you don’t want your student to follow the crowd … help them stand out by training them how to save themselves. Whether building confidence in new drivers,… Read more

3/27 – Application Due Sally Fitzgerald PTA Scholarship

The North Fulton Council of PTAs (NFC PTA) is pleased to announce the availability of its 2015 Sally FitzGerald Scholarship application. The Sally FitzGerald Scholarship is open to all seniors graduating from a North Fulton County High School with a PTSA unit in good standing. This scholarship targets students, who exhibit characteristics in volunteerism, extra-curricular activities, academic excellence and essay writing. There is no limit to the number of student applications from each high school.… Read more

Centennial in First Cohort for 1:1 Technology Initiative

Centennial was just selected to be part of the 1st cohort of Fulton County schools to explore 1:1 technology! One-to-one technology is the concept of each student receiving and using a device (such as a tablet) in their everyday learning at school. Teachers would create lesson plans that integrate the utilization of such devices to enhance the overall learning experience for the students. Remember, Centennial will be part of the first group of schools exploring… Read more

Princeton Review Test Prep at Centennial

The Princeton Review is once again offering test preparation this spring at CHS. Our spring offerings will consist of two SAT courses and one ACT course – see schedule below. All Fulton County Schools students are eligible to register for $125 (a discount of almost 80% off of our normal $599 price), and will receive 18 hours of classroom instruction, three in-class proctored practice exams, access to online drills, and a booklet of 11 additional practice… Read more

Donations for Project Graduation

The event is self-funded, so your tax-deductible donation is essential to the success of the program. Monetary donations, as well as gift items for work and college-bound students, are greatly appreciated. If you choose to make a monetary donation, checks should made payable to “CHS PTSA”. In addition, we are in need of food donations for the actual event on May 21, 2015 (such as non-alcoholic drinks, snacks, desserts, etc).… Read more

Redistricting Meeting Results

The third round of the redistricting process was held at Centennial on Wednesday, December 10. At that meeting, one map was presented for comment. This map may or may not be the one that is presented to the Fulton County Schools Board of Education for review at their January meeting and then for final action vote in February. We are now at the point where we can voice our opinions about the map to our… Read more

Reflections Winners at North Fulton Council Level

Centennial High School had a big showing at the North Fulton Council Reflections competition with this year’s theme “the world would be a better place if…” Centennial had six winners and two honorable mentions. The six winners will have their entries sent to the state competition. This is the largest number of entries sent to the state level by Centennial students in many years! Congratulations to our winners! Pamela Silva-Suarez, 10th grade, Visual Arts Serena… Read more