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Class of 2019 Information

Senior Grad Party:

Senior Grad Night Party! Date: Saturday, June 1 Time: 11pm-4am Place: Wahooz/Pinz Cost: Tickets are $67 (cash or check only) and will go on sale in the main hallway Tuesday, April 16 during lunch. Buy your tickets early for best price!

CAPS AND GOWNS: 

 

SENIOR DRAPE SHOTS & YEARBOOK ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 

 

GRADUATION:

Centennial High Scool gradudation will be held on Saturday, June 1st at 7:00pm. Graduates need to arrive no later than 6:00pm. The graduation ceremony will be held at Taco Bell Arena, located on the Boise State University campus.

This is an exciting time of year as we approach graduation. Please read the following information about important topics regarding the Class of 2019.

 

FAQ about End of Year/Graduation Information 

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Security Procedures at Taco Bell Arena

Taco Bell Arena Parking Map

Taco Bell Arena Entrance Map

Seniors and Senior Parents:

 

This is an exciting time of year as we approach graduation. Please read the following information about important topics regarding the Class of 2019.

 

 

 

 

GRADUATION PRACTICE

 

Graduation practice is mandatory for all graduating seniors. Practice will be held on Thursday May 30th, 2019 from 1:00 PM until 3:00 PM in the Centennial High School gymnasium. Graduating seniors are required to attend the practice for the entire time. Students that have a job, please pre-arrange this date and time off with your employer.

 

GRADUATION DRESS EXPECTATION

 

We want our students to dress appropriately for the formal graduation ceremony that exemplifies the character of the senior class, their parents, and our school. We recommend that our students wear professional attire appropriate for the occasion. Please do not bring any supplemental materials into the ceremony. Besides CHS honor cords and National Honor Society stoles, any additions/decorations to the graduation cap and gown are not allowed.

  

RECOGNITION OF HONOR STUDENTS

 

Honor students will be those who meet the following GPA requirements on their transcripts for any class for which high school credits were earned. AP courses are graded on a 5-point scale. Current semester grades will be pulled on May 6, 2019 and factored into the transcript GPA to determine appropriate honor level.

 

Highest Honors: 4.1-5.0 One Maroon/one Silver cord

High Honors: 3.77-4.099 Two Silver cords

Honors: 3.5-3.7699 Two Maroon cords

 

SELECTION OF VALEDICTORIANS

 

No valedictorians will be chosen; students will be honored with Highest Honors, High Honors or Honors, as indicated above.

 

Two (2) students from the top ten percent (10%) of the graduating class will be asked to deliver addresses during the graduation exercise. The graduating class will select the two representatives by voting and with administrative approval.

 

ATTENDANCE, TARDIES & GRADES

 

The end of the year is rapidly approaching. Make sure you are in good standing with attendance, tardies & grades. Know where you are with your grades; check PowerSchool on a regular basis. If you have excessive absences and or unserved tardies in a class, you will not receive credit and may not graduate. Students that are not in good standing with attendance (district policy 501.10), have received “NC’s” (no credit for attendance or tardies) will not be allowed to participate in the graduation exercise on June 1, 2019.

 

Seniors who are taking online courses must have all course work completed including their final by May 21st, 2019. No extensions. If you have not completed a required course, you will not walk at graduation.

 

SENIOR PROJECT

 

Senior project presentation results are accessible on Powerschool. Please log into Powerschool and click Historical Grades on the left side. Senior Project with a Y means that your student has completed their senior project. The letter N after Senior Project indicates that your student isn’t proficient on their senior presentation and either they will need to present or they are not working toward passing the senior project requirement at this time. The first round of make up presentations are scheduled for April 24th and 25th. Students who have not passed their presentation and would like some help can meet with Mr. Grant in room 218 after school.