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...

Teacher Profile: Señora McCarthy

Eva Clarkson March 31, 2022

Centennial Spanish teacher Señora Argentina McCarthy immigrated to the United States from Panama when she was 18 years old. In her classes, she discusses the struggles of having to learn a new language...

The Fear of Failure: Centennial Students Reflect on School Stress and Mental Health

Abby Conrad and Eva Clarkson March 1, 2022

While Centennial students are offered a multitude of exciting academic and extracurricular opportunities, the overwhelming feeling of needing to be the best at everything can lead to an intense, pressure-filled...

Opening The Door To Black History

Abby Rothrock and Eva Clarkson February 23, 2022

Centennial students and teachers have gotten competitive around the building in a fun door decorating contest to honor Black History Month. The competition was set up by Julia Bakhru, a GT research...

Holiday Surprises and Traditions Around Centennial

Eva Clarkson January 31, 2022

Everybody loves the childish feeling of running down the stairs on Christmas morning and seeing the brightly colored wrapping paper under the tree. Christmas presents range in multitude and magnitude,...

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