Our goal is for our website to be a valuable and relevant resource for Centennial students, parents, teachers, and community members. We strongly encourage you to continue visiting this site and take advantage of the information provided.
2016 Summer Office Hours
Due to construction, the Centennial’s counseling offices have relocated to Hillside Elementary for the summer. Professional assistants will be available to assist during our summer office hours:
Monday thru Friday 8am – 2pm (closed July 4th).
For additional support, please read the information below and contact the appropriate school personnel with further questions. Thank you and have a great summer!
Summer School and Fulton Virtual Summer Classes: Please direct any additional questions and concerns related to summer school directly to the summer school counselor Ava Butler at ButlerA1@fultonschools.org. General information for Face to Face and Virtual Summer School including registration, dates, course offerings, etc. is available at: http://www.mycentennialcounseling.com/wp-content/uploads/Fulton-County-Summer-School-Flyer-2016.pdf
Transcript Requests: Please contact our professional assistant Getra White at firstname.lastname@example.org or call during our summer hours on at 470-254-4185.
Transcript/Report Card Questions or Errors: If there is an error on the transcript you received in the mail at the end of the 2015-16 school year, please contact our data clerk, Cassie Stisher at Stisher@fultonschools.org.
Enrolling a New Student for the 2016-17 School Year: Please click on the ‘Transfer Student Information’ Quick Link on the right. There you will find detailed information regarding registration dates, times and a list of the documentation required to register a student.
Withdrawals, Immunization Records, Test Records, etc: Please contact our professional assistant Getra White at email@example.com or call during our summer hours at 470-254-4185.
Required Summer Assignments: All summer reading assignments are posted on the Centennial website at http://www.chsknights.com/academics/summer-assignments/
Work Permits and all other general questions: Please contact the Main Office staff at 470-254-4230.
Summer School 2016: Recovery and Enrichment Opportunities
Fulton County Summer School:
Fulton County Summer School Flyer 2016 (information for both Face to Face and Virtual Classes)
Georgia Virtual School:
Centennial Virtual School Request Form:
Online Course Request Form (required for all virtual courses taken over the summer)
Centennial College Week 2015!!
During the week of October 24-31, Centennial hosted our 5th Annual College Week. The goal of our College Week is to further promote the college going culture in our school by offering students opportunities to learn more about all aspects of post-secondary education. Here is what you need to know about this year’s College Week:
Myth: College week is not only for seniors.
Fact: Some events will be more geared for students in a particular grade, but nearly all activities and events are open to students/parents in all grades.
Myth: College Week is only for students who are planning to attend a 4 year college/university.
Fact: College Week is designed to reach ALL students by exposing them to a variety of post-secondary possibilities and engaging them to be actively thinking about their future.
Myth: College week is only for students.
Fact: Several College Week events are open to both students and parents.
Over the course of the week we will be having several breakout sessions, activities and events which are all related to students and parents planning for continued education beyond high school. To preview the events and activities which we have planned for the week, visit the 2015 College Week Event Schedule-FINAL.
For more details on each individual session/event topic, download: 2015 College Week Sneak Peak Event Preview-FINAL
How do students participate?
- Students can sign up for any Breakout Session in the counseling office starting Wednesday 10/21 and up through Friday 10/30.
- When students sign up, students will receive a pass for the session(s) they sign up for.
- Some events will have a limited number of seats due to space; students should sign up early so they are able to RSVP their spot before all seats are filled .
- Some breakout sessions will only be offered once, others are being offered a few times on the same day.
- Field Trips are for Juniors and Seniors only (Seniors will be given priority)
Can parents participate?
- Yes! Parents are welcome and encouraged to come attend any of the breakout sessions during the week.
- Some events are specifically intended for parents.
We strongly encourage students and parents to take advantage of these great workshops and information sessions. We want students to gain exposure to new possibilities, gain knowledge which will help them identify the best post-secondary fit for them and to be actively engaged in thinking about their future.
College Week Event: Deciding between the SAT or ACT?
Here is your chance to take a combo (mirroring the New SAT) practice test sponsored by Kaplan Test Prep. This is a test created by Kaplan to expose students to both the SAT and ACT. It’s a measurement tool that can help you determine if you would score higher on one test or the other.
When: Saturday Oct. 31, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Where: CHS Cafeteria
What to bring: Please bring 2 no. 2 pencils, a calculator, & snack
Download Flyer: College Week ACT-SAT Combo Test Flyer
New Counselor Assignments
Effective June 1, 2015, the school counselor assignments at Centennial will be slightly adjusted to create a more balanced caseload for each individual counselor. This shift will better enable us to support and provide services to all Centennial students.
Please note the new alphabet-split below to see who your assigned school counselor is (your counselor may or may not have changed). Moving forward please be sure to direct your future school counseling related communications to the appropriate individual as indicated.
Last Names Starting With:
A – C
D – Gol & AVID*
Gom – Mart
Maru – Sam
San – Z
*If your child is enrolled in any AVID course, he/she will automatically have Ms. Marino for a counselor.
Seniors: ARE YOU RECEIVING OUR TEXT MESSAGE BLASTS?
Join our distribution list to receive texts and/or emails with information on upcoming college representative visits at CHS and scholarship updates. Both students and parents are encouraged to register—click on the link below for directions. Don’t be left out of the loop—join today!
Directions for Class of 2016: Remind 101 Class of 2016
Class of 2015 Signing Day
On April 24th, Centennial hosted our 2nd Signing Day event for the Class of 2015. On this day, graduating seniors publicly announced their college destinations for next year and post-secondary plans. To watch the video of this event and see where some of Centennial’s seniors are going click on the link below:
Video Link: https://youtu.be/VTCGsv0ZRS0
CHS School Counseling Program Receives National Recognition Again
In 2013 the counseling program at Centennial High School was again recognized by the American School Counselor Association as meeting the criteria to be named a Recognized ASCA National Model counseling program. The RAMP designation recognizes schools that are committed to delivering a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program and an exemplary educational environment. Centennial High School was honored for their exemplary commitment and dedication to serving all students and demonstrating how effective school counseling programs can make a difference in students’ lives. This is the second time Centennial’s counseling program has earned this honorable designation.
The ASCA National Model adopted by Centennial supports the school’s overall mission by promoting academic achievement, career planning and personal/social development and serves as a framework to guide in designing, developing, implementing and evaluating a comprehensive, developmental and systematic school counseling program.