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

Senior Raffle Drawing

If you register for Project Graduation by February 13th, your name will be entered in to raffle!  Boys:  You will be entered into a raffle for a free tux prom rental.  Includes black jacket, black pants, black bow-tie, black backless vest and standard tux shirt.  Girls:  $350 dress Size 6 from A Formal Affair’s private collection.… 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

The Hobbit – CHS Band Fundraiser

Come celebrate the end of the semester at Aurora Theater (5100 Commerce Pkwy., Roswell 30076) at the opening night with a PRIVATE showing of The Hobbit on December 17th at 6:30pm. All proceeds will benefit the CHS Band and there will be raffle prizes. Tickets are $10. Soda and popcorn can be bought together for $5 which includes 1 free refill on popcorn and unlimited refills on soda. To reserve your spot, email Leslie Thomson… Read more

Dual Enrollment Info

If you are interested in taking college classes at Centennial next year, you will actually have to apply to the college that is teaching your class. For College English it is Georgia Perimeter College (http://depts.gpc.edu/dualenrollment/). For College Calculus it is Georgia Tech (http://www.admission.gatech.edu/distancecalculus). In order to apply to these schools, you will need to have taken either the SAT or ACT by 3/31/15. Eligible students may also take courses on the… 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

Eating Disorders: It’s Not What You Think

Eating Disorders: It’s Not What You Think Linda P. Buchanan, Ph.D. Atlanta Center for Eating Disorders In 2012, almost NINE TIMES MORE PEOPLE DIED FROM EATING DISORDERS THAN BREAST CANCER (300,000 ED deaths / 34,000 BC deaths) yet less than one dollar per person afflicted per year is spent on researching eating disorders by the NIH as opposed to almost 270 dollars per person spent researching breast cancer. Additionally, according to NIH, the prevalence of… Read more

Centennial Fine Arts Department December Holiday Events

All events begin at 7:00 pm in the CHS Auditorium and are free of charge. Wednesday, December 3 – Theater: “The Invisible J. Michael Hess.” Come support the talented actors of Centennial’s Advanced Drama class as they present this poignant one act play about the complex pressures faced by high school students on a daily basis. Thursday, December 4 – Orchestra Cluster Concert: Featuring the 8th graders from Haynes Bridge and Holcomb Bridge Middle Schools,… Read more