March Student Spotlight

April 10, 2021

Questions: 1-What is your comfort show? 2-If you could have lunch with one artist, who would it be? 3-What’s one piece of advice you would give to yourself at the beginning of quarantine? 4-What’s...

Native American Cultures and Traditions During A Pandemic

Alexandra Valerio March 30, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted many Native American communities. Due to this, many have been struggling to preserve their culture during these unprecedented times.  Kayla Moore, a recent graduate...

Centennial’s Girls’ Teams Celebrate Senior Night

Centennial’s Girls’ Teams Celebrate Senior Night

Jeramy Stavlas March 25, 2021

On March 8, March 10, and March 11, the Centennial field hockey, volleyball, and girls’ soccer teams celebrated their long awaited senior nights. The field hockey and volleyball teams each took impressive...

Solidarity Vigil for Asian Americans 

Emily Hollwedel  March 19, 2021

Due to the recent string of hate crimes in Atlanta targeting Asian people in the United States, the Howard County Coalition for Immigrant Justice is planning a vigil for locals to stand in unity against...

Photos Contributed by Jane Hockersmith

Boys’ Soccer Secures Big Win on Senior Night

Jeramy Stavlas March 11, 2021

On Friday, March 5, the Centennial Boys’ Varsity Soccer team defeated Glenelg High School 4-2 during their senior night. This also happened to be their season opener, putting them at 1-0 on the year.  The...

February Student Spotlight

March 9, 2021

1- What is your catchphrase? 2- Who is someone you look up to? 3- What is one song you would use to describe yourself? 4- What is something new you have learned during quarantine? 5- If you could go...

Millions Receiving COVID-19 Vaccine as Biden Moves Into Office

Sasha Allen and Elijah Ruiz March 4, 2021

Many people are being vaccinated across the country as the production and distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine are now in full effect. 10.8% of people in the U.S. have received at least their first...

Students to Start Return to Building on March 1

Jeramy Stavlas March 1, 2021

Beginning Monday, March 1, the first phase of reopening schools will begin throughout Howard County. Students will return to their respective buildings, staggering every two weeks by the schedule that...

Reflection on the 4×4

Emily Hollwedel  March 1, 2021

With the halt of in-person schooling due to COVID-19, Howard County, like many other school systems across the nation, has had to adapt and overcome the adversities of teaching virtually. Soon enough,...

BSU Black History Month 

Emily Hollwedel February 27, 2021

For centuries, Black individuals in various countries worldwide have contributed toward numerous achievements in the past, present, and future. Unfortunately, due to institutionalized racism, their stories...

The End of an Era: Centennial Boys Basketball’s Seniors

Adithi Soogoor February 25, 2021

Many student athletes have been devastated by the news of winter sports being cancelled for the 2020-21 school year, and a large number of seniors must now cope with the fact that their high school sports...

Seniors Order Cap and Gown for Graduation

Alexandra Valerio February 22, 2021

Class of 2021! Make sure to order your cap and gown for Graduation before March 1. Any orders placed after then may be charged a late fee. You can also order other essentials such as diploma frames, souvenir...

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