CLUBS AT CENTENNIAL HIGH
Advisor: Phil Huff
Meetings in Room 126
Advisor: Rob Havrilla
Meetings when Announced
Close-Up is a life-changing educational trip to Washington DC to get a first hand look at how our government works. Students spend a day at the Capital building, Arlington Cemetery and much more.
Advisor: Betty Munoz
For meeting times and days go to College & Career Ctr. For info.
College Possible is a college access & success program that helps students achieve their goal of earning college admission & degree. Applying sophomore year with coaches following students to and through college graduation.
Advisor: Ehren Schneider
Wednesdays in 113
Kids learn the process of rewarding grants to non-profits to better their local community.
Advisor: Elizabeth Cortez
Meets Tues & Thurs 2:45pm – 4:15pm
For 9th and 10th graders. Geared to all backgrounds to help students gain, leadership skills, cultural identity, team building, career & college exploration and field trip opportunities.
Meets or State Meet.
Advisor: Cece Young
See the Athletic Office.
Registration for Oregon High School Equestrian (OHSET) closes on Jan 1 2018. Students wanting to join must register by Jan 1 2018 (fee is $350.00) have a horse available to them (either own, lease or borrow) for the entire season which is November 1 to May 25, and have a way to transport the horse to practices and the district meets (there are 3 Feb March and April). Practice has started as of November 1, we practice 3 days per week(Tuesday and Thursday from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM and Saturday from 10:00 Am to noon) at the Portland Gun Club. OHSET teaches, responsibility, commitment, team work, and leadership. Each athlete will participate in their chosen event at practice and in competition at the 3 district OHSET meets. If they qualify for state then they will travel to Redmond for our State Meet. A student may also join as a Grooms. A Grooms will assist the riders in getting ready for competition, grooming and exercising the horses but may not compete at the District Meets or State Meet.
Advisor: Suzy Gurney
Meetings TBA, 1 to 2 times per month
FBLA (Future Business Leaders)
Advisor: Adriann Hardin
1st & 3rd Wed. of the month
Community Room / 2:45pm
FBLA brings business & education by volunteering in the community and building our personal & academic resumes.
Advisor: Emma Wood & Cory Brooke-deBock
Meets Wednesdays from 2:50pm to 3:30pm
The purpose of the club is for students to connect with other LGBT students and allies, organize school events and learn about community resources.
Human Trafficking Awareness Club
Advisor: Kristy Ree
Meets the 1st Tuesday of the Month in room 169 at 7am.
Building awareness about Human Trafficking and Slavery in the Portland Metro Area.
INTERACTIVE MEDIA CLUB
Advisor: Sasha Johnson
Wednesdays 2:40pm to 3:30pm
Kids of like interests in leisure games can meet after school and engage each other in conversation and competition. Students are afforded the opportunity to play games in a controlled and monitored environment. Participants are encouraged to discuss the impact of certain games in their life as well as the difference between fictitious situations and reality
Advisor: Jennifer Morgan
Volunteering in the community and making the world a better place.
MINI BIKE CLUB
Advisors: Mark Watts
Meets Tuesday Nights 6-9pm/ Metal shop
For metalshop students (only)
Cost is $200
Learning fabrication and welding
And ending up with their own mini bike.
Advisor: Julia Kirkpatrick
Member Meetings on Wednesday 3:00 – 4pm
Officer Meetings on Monday 3:15 – 4pm
A Latino leadership club that focuses on community involvement, academic excellence, cultural awareness and leadership.
Advisor: Brice Cloyd
Meetings 1 day a week / Tuesday 2:45 – 3:30pm
Oregon MESA is a pre-college academic program hosted by Portland State University that equips underrepresented students with science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), invention, and 21st-century skills. MESA reframes these skills into how students can help others in their daily lives, connecting academic work to their real lives and aspirations. As a result, they are better prepared to graduate from high school, enroll in postsecondary education, and compete in a global marketplace.
NHS (National Honor Society)
Advisor: Kathy Thiebes
Meets the 1st Tuesday of every Month
National Honor Society is a national organization of members that represent the qualities of Leadership, Scholarship, Service and Character. As an organization at CHS, we focus our efforts on community service and leadership – running the Red Cross Blood Drive, fundraising for organizations such as Children’s Cancer Assoc. and volunteering with groups such as Friends with Trees and Oregon Food Bank.
Advisors: Daniel Shelton & Nicole Johnson
Meetings on Tues. at 2:45-4pm
Thurs. all 3 lunches
Room 145 (SUN room)
A multi cultural leadership program designed to empower student voice, personal growth and civic engagement. Definition of REAP “The Next Wave of Leaders”
SPEECH AND DEBATE
Advisor: Jen Loeung
Meetings Wed for team 7:15-8:30am and afternoons 2:38-5pm
Speech kids meet M,T,TH & F 7am-7:35am
Speech and Debate is an academic sport that teaches you public speaking and analysis skills while getting to speak about anything you’re passionate about.
Advisor: Kellie McCarty
Meetings every other month TBA
For kids who are interested in or already involved in the drama program.
All Sports need to see the Athletic Office for information, practices and sign-ups.