Weekly Events

April 21-25th

Roll your mouse over the day to see the schedule!
  • Monday
    Early release; Golf @ Agate Beach 12PM
  • Tuesday
    Girls Tennis @Philomath4PM;Boys Tennis aganist Philomath4PM;Baseball @Taft430PM;Softball aganist Taft430PM;Track @Newport4PM
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
    Baseball aganist Taft 430PM; Softball @ Taft 4PM/6PM; Boys Tennis against Stayton 4PM; Girls Tennis @ Stayton 4PM
  • Friday
    No School- Grade Day






*All countdowns include weekends
Tennis


Click here for boy Tennis scores against Molalla.Click here for boy Tennis scores against Cascade. Click here for boy Tennis scores aganist North Marion.Click here for boy Tennis scores against Estacade.


Important Dates


April 25th- Grade Day- No school
April 26th- Prom
May 26th- Memorial Day-No school
May 29th Senior finals
May 30th Senior Check Out
June 4th-5th Semester Finals
June 6th-Last day of school
June 6th Graduation @ 7PM


Scholarships


On this site, you can find several kinds of information about scholarships for Seniors and Juniors. here.


2014 Senior
Project Information


The 2014 Senior Project Guidebook is now on-line. The 2014 defense form was due October 31st for all seniors, it can be still found on-line click here for the defense form.


Central High Schools PAC


Centrals Panther Academic Center is now open Monday-Friday in the library.
Come get help with homework, job applications, resumes, scholorship applications, senior projects, or use it for a quite study area.
Mondays: 2:00-5:45 P.M
Tuesdays-Thursdays:3:15-5:45 P.M
Fridays:3:15-4:30 P.M


Welcome message from Mr.Mitchell


Greetings! I am honored and excited to join the Central High family as your new principal. As we move forward, please know that I welcome and desire your input as we establish Central High School as a leading school in the region. No longer will we be the best kept secret in the Willamette Valley. Together, we can and we will rise to the top because of our commitment to join forces as a united community, declaring that our children will receive the best education possible. As educators, we must treat each child as if they were our own, relentlessly supporting their pathway to success. Central High School is bursting with great potential to far exceed expectations and to produce learners and leaders who refuse to be average – overcoming obstacles, and blazing trails that make great impacts in our community and beyond. As I join the Central High family, I am personally challenged, inspired and motivated to strengthen our school by engaging every child, every day based on their unique learner profiles. We must work together, place our trust in one another, and realize that no one person is bigger than the whole. In doing so, we will all work diligently toward a shared vision, support each other’s’ efforts and grow together as a team. Success will be the inevitable by-product of our commitment to this collaboration, conducting ourselves as lifelong learners by continually examining our practices and outcomes.


Student Store now open


The student store is now open before and after school. From 7:30-9:15 AM and 2:30-3:30 PM. You can find the student store items and prices here.


Get your yearbook now


Yearbooks are still $50. You can purshase them at the bookkeeper. Get them now, while they are still $50.


Central High
Athletics


Visit the Central Athletics website for the latest information on all upcoming athletic programs at Central High School.