Although our primary focus at Centennial lies in providing all of our students with the best possible classroom instruction, we believe that the full realization of our mission statement and vision also involves offering students a wide array of opportunities to allow them to immerse themselves fully in the community/atmosphere and become fully active members of the Cougar Nation.
Finding enrichment and relationship building opportunities beyond the classroom is absolutely essential to developing well rounded and successful graduates. For that reason, we encourage all students to explore, attend club and organization meetings, and get involved!
Students who wish to form their own extracurricular activity may do so by following these guidelines:
- First, they should make an appointment with the principal to present their idea and obtain official permission.
- Second, they should find a faculty sponsor.
- Third, they should announce an organizational meeting and get started!
Service Based Clubs
- Cougar Crew
- Students Taking a Right Stand
Student Interest Clubs
- Centennial Choirs
- Model United Nations/Youth in Government
- Rock the Street, Wall Street
- Youth Legislature/Youth in Government
Academically Focused Clubs
- The Claw (Yearbook)
- Distributive Education Clubs of America or Future Business Leaders of America
- French National Honor Society or Société Honoraire de Français
- Health Occupation Students of America
- International Thespian Society
- Junior Reserve Officer Training Corp
- Latino Achievers
- Mu Alpha Theta (Math Honor Society)
- National Art Honor Society
- National Forensics League or Speech, Drama, and Debate
- National Honor Society
- Science Olympiad
- Skills United States of America
- Spanish National Honor Society or Sociedad Horaria Hispanica
- Student Council