The New “Normal”

The New “Normal”

Fatima Masood May 28, 2021

Returning to school buildings to teach should seem like the light at the end of the tunnel after being virtual for so long, yet teachers at Centennial High School seem to be split on how they feel. Current...

Maryland drops COVID mask mandate just in time for summer

Kate Tourison May 28, 2021

As the number of vaccinated individuals continues to grow, many members of the Centennial community are gearing up for a “maskless” summer vacation In accordance with new CDC guidelines, Governor...

How Quarantine has Shaped High School Students

Jasmine Kwok and Rachel Middleton May 27, 2021

The pandemic has brought to everyone a time of distress and anxiety. Students at Centennial High School have expressed their fluctuating emotions over quarantine, varying from exhaustion to motivation....

Centennial Baseball Plays on Senior Night

Jeramy Stavlas May 27, 2021

On Wednesday, May 12, the Centennial baseball team competed in their senior night for the class of 2021. It was an off night for Centennial, as they suffered an 11-3 loss. The team honored seniors:...

Stellar Spring Sport Athletes: Josh Flick

Gabby Graves May 27, 2021

The 2021 Howard County spring athletic season is coming to an end and the state playoffs are quickly approaching. Most teams have competed in the majority of their games within their allotted seasons,...

Marching Band Finishes Spring Season with Final Performance

Lauren Scott May 27, 2021

On Friday, April 30, the Centennial High School Marching Band concluded its first-ever spring season with a final performance, including a recognition ceremony for the seniors in the program. The production...

Boys’ and Girls’ Track Events Begin: Liam Lovering Breaks a School Record

Jonathan Hill May 27, 2021

Centennial High School boys and girls competed in several track and field events on Saturday, May 15.   For the boys’ mile, sophomore Antonio Camacho-Bucks ran a 4:16 mile, which was the top time....

Seniors’ Last Week of School

Madison Ceglia May 25, 2021

The weeks leading up to graduation are always a fun time for seniors. Classes start to become easier, they walk the halls for the last time, and they are the first to get out of school for the year.  The...

Centennial Tennis Sees Early Success

Caden Alkire May 25, 2021

On Friday, May 14, the Centennial Eagles’ tennis teams played against Mount Hebron High School. The boys won 5-0 against Hebron, and the girls’ team beat Hebron 3-2.  Junior Julian Whang won his...

Three Additional Weeks Added To The Howard County Lacrosse Schedule

Gabby Graves May 25, 2021

On Saturday, May 15, the Howard County Public School System announced the extension of the spring lacrosse season. The last game of the 2021 season was originally scheduled for Wednesday, May 19, but there...

Juniors Weigh AP Exam Options to Find Their Best Fit 

Jasmine Kwok May 21, 2021

This year’s AP exams have presented an overwhelming number of choices for students. Taking their AP classes in either first or second semester, students had to decide whether or not they needed more...

Mental Health Effects on HCPSS Staff

Edwin Wu  May 20, 2021

How are teachers and school staff dealing with mental health struck by the COVID-19 pandemic? Since the outbreak of the virus, some teachers and school staff have reflected on their mental health status.   According...

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