3505 SE 182nd, Gresham, OR 97030 • Phone 503-762-6180 • Fax 503-661-5296

Centennial High School-Gresham, Oregon

Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle - Centennial School District
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Senior meeting has been moved to May 21st in the Auditorium during 3rd period!

Senior Calendar of Events

Senior Letter of Events

Graduation Ticket Request Form

Parent Permission Ticket

Important Dates for Seniors (Spring)



Mid April: Graduation mailing arrives at home

May 1: Inform 4 year Universities that you will attend by this date for Fin. Aid.

May 4: Graduation ticket request form due by 3 pm

May 14:  Graduation ticket list posted next to attendance window

Senior Meeting Period  

June 4th: Senior Awards Night  6 – 7:30 PM in the Auditorium

June 4 – 8: Senior Finals

June 8th: Last Day for Seniors – Must complete all coursework, clean locker and

pay all fees.

June 13: Graduation Practice and Graduation

Meet at the stadium at 8:45 am

Return to CHS between 12:30 pm and 1 pm

Graduation tickets will be distributed at practice

Graduation (details to follow at a later date)

Arrive at The Memorial Coliseum by 5:45 pm


The dates on this list are subject to change.



Money Smart Teen: 300 word essay and the only requirements are high school students 9th-12th in Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington Counties.1-$3000 award and 2-$1000 awards.

MESA (EXTENDED- Eastern Oregon): Further details click here.

FAFSA: Opens October 1st, be the first to fill it out for maximum $ for college.

OSAC Scholarship Application (For a step by step video, click here)

Oregon Promise

Oregon Opportunity Grant:


PSU Four Years Free Tuition: For students with a 3.4 unweighted GPA and who qualify for the Pell Grant Scholarship.

Wendy Heisman: For students who’ve played in a high school sport and maintained a B average.

United States Senate Youth Program: For students enrolled in any student government position.

Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF): For students who identify with Asian and/or Pacific Islander.

Association of Computer Professionals in Education (ACPE): These scholarships are available to graduating high school seniors who have been actively involved in the use of technology during their high school careers and are planning to pursue studies in a technology-related field.

The Promise of Oregon is giving away a $ 1,000 scholarship. Find more information on how to apply on their website http://promiseoregon.org/

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