Student Spotlight

January 4, 2021

Questions 1. What is your favorite family holiday tradition? 2. What is your #1 New Years resolution? 3. What is your go-to meal? 4. Who are a couple of your favorite music...

Safe Holiday Season Ideas 

December 21, 2020

It’s the holiday season, but I think we can all agree that it most certainly doesn’t feel like it. By now, holiday commercials with masks and social distancing have been on our TV screens for weeks....

Centennial Students Involved in the Community

December 17, 2020

Centennial High School is full of diligent students who often partake in volunteer work to help out the community. Lots of this volunteer work has been shut down due to COVID-19, but many new volunteer...

Students Share Thanksgiving Plans

December 3, 2020

Acute spikes in COVID-19 cases, along with the reenactment of various earlier quarantine protocols, have left Maryland in precarious circumstances for the holiday season. The long weekend that began on...

The Unity of Poetry Out Loud

November 30, 2020

Poetry Out Loud (POL), a national recitation competition, is being held virtually this year as a video submission-based competition to ensure the safety of all participants. Every year, this event excels...

Centennial’s Antonio Camacho: The Fastest Sophomore in the Country

November 24, 2020

The Centennial boys’ cross country and track teams saw great success last year, finishing second in the 3A Cross Country State Championship. With a great history and even better coaching staff, it was...

Too Much Work?

November 10, 2020

“Have you been sitting at your desk all day long without any time to do anything else? Have you been working longer than your parents?” These are the relatable questions in a petition to the Howard...

Covid-19’s Effect on the Schooling System: The Teachers’ Perspectives

October 30, 2020

Students of all grade levels are logging into Google Meet and doing classwork and homework from their bedrooms. However, they aren’t the only ones venturing into unknown territory. Teachers also have...

Performing from Home

October 23, 2020

Homes have been transformed from just living spaces into so much more; bedrooms are now offices, kitchens are now classrooms, even basements have been transformed into gyms. But Centennial’s music students...

COVID-19 Quarantine Records

May 27, 2020

Words: Mariam Abd-El-Shafy  On Friday, March 13, Governor Hogan announced that all Maryland Schools would shut down until further notice to limit the spread of the Coronavirus. It has been over two months...

Centennial Participates in 2019 Hour of Code

December 20, 2019

Words: Alexandra Valerio To promote coding careers for students, Centennial will be hosting the Hour of Code event from December 9 to 15, and students from all grades will be able to practice coding with...

PLASTIC: Your Evil Best Friend

Natalie Knight-Griffin meets with Principal Cynthia Dillon.
December 20, 2019

Words: Natalie Knight-Griffin Photo: Sara Ferrara Here we are. A generation of radical, idealistic, and often angry teenagers. We see the way the world has fallen apart under our feet: rainforests cut...

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