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Centennial Dance’s Final Bow

Abby Conrad and Abby Rothrock May 27, 2022

On April 28 and 29, all of the Centennial dance classes turned and leapt under the bright lights of the stage to showcase their hard work and talent in a culminating performance for the year. For some,...

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‘It’s Just Not Worth it:’ Substance Abuse Poses Threats to Teens

Edwin Wu May 23, 2022

Throughout the United States, many students do not realize the detrimental effects to the mind, body and spirit, that come with drug abuse. According to the National Center for Drug Abuse Statistics, over...

Centennials Pierce Pearson invited to the 2022 Hawaii Performing Arts Festival

Centennial’s Pierce Pearson invited to the 2022 Hawaii Performing Arts Festival

Naomi Chao and Joanne Yoon May 17, 2022

Centennial High School's very own Pierce Pearson has been a singer and performer his entire life, and now, he plans on attending the 2022 Hawaii Performing Arts Festival this summer.  Pearson is a...

Every Classroom Has Its Own Story

Ben Huynh , Hannah Kim, and Alice Kim May 10, 2022

Classrooms at Centennial High School are filled with students' works and decorations including poems, posters, drawings, and much more. Decorations in each class vary depending on the teacher and the subject...

Seniors’ Final Stretch

Pierce Pearson and Eva Clarkson May 3, 2022

It’s the start of May, and that leaves less than a month until the seniors’ last day of school and their graduation ceremony! Some seniors have complained about the color scheme of graduation, the...

Students Express Issues For SMOB to Address

Edwin Wu April 8, 2022

Every year, Howard County Public School System offers middle and high school students an opportunity to vote for their next Student Member of the Board of Education (SMOB). There was a SMOB convention...

“Don’t Say Gay” Bill Walkout

Naomi Chao and Joanne Yoon April 7, 2022

On Friday, March 11, 2022, Centennial students organized a walkout to show their opposition for House Bill 1557, better known as the “Parental Rights in Education” bill by supporters of the Florida...

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Parachuting North – Joro Spiders Make Their Way Up The East Coast

Pierce Pearson April 5, 2022

Have you ever seen a spider bigger than your own hand? Well, in a few months, you may see thousands of spiders that big, known as Trichonephila clavata, or “Joro Spiders,” all throughout the east coast! In...

Muppets, Chainsaw Hands, and King Kong Rides: Centennial’s Dream Log

Jasmine Kwok April 5, 2022

As a mixture of vivid imagination, imminent stress, and niche memories, dreams can definitely be random, to say the least. Most dreams are left forgotten, but some are so odd and so unrealistic that they...

Journey To the States Part 1: CHS Door Decorating

Bryn Schwartz and Julia Gaevsky April 4, 2022

This past February, Centennial High School celebrated Black History Month in a unique way: by having a school-wide door decorating contest. Walking down the hallways of Centennial, students and staff were...

Is Spring Fever Spreading through the Halls of Centennial?

Abby Rothrock March 31, 2022

It's that time of year when the only thing on many students’ minds is a break from school stress. February to April is debatably the longest three months of the school year as the work ramps up, and...

A Chance to Shine at Centennial: Dancing with the Staff

Meghan Creel March 31, 2022

Today, March 31, 2022, Centennial will be hosting its annual “Dancing With the Staff” showcase. Students in the Dance Company each chose a staff member to perform a duet with. They choreograph a dance,...

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