It’s Academic History Bowl

Words: Vaishnavi Mahalingam Centennial’s It’s Academic participated in the National History Bowl in Crystal City, Virginia, over the weekend of April 23 and 24. Centennial sent five teams to the tournament, but there was a total of almost 300 teams from all over the country participating in the 16-hour competition. The JV A team, Varsity B team, and … Continue reading


Competitions This Past Weekend

Words: Vaishnavi Mahalingam This weekend, Model UN, Model Arab League, and Science Olympiad held tournaments, competitions, and conferences. Centennial’s Model UN participated in the Baltimore Area Model UN conference, hosted by Mount Saint Joseph and Seton Keough. Jack Grandolfo placed first and was named best delegate on the Security Council, Dora Delmelo was named best … Continue reading


Get Out and About

Words: Caroline Chu This week Ellicott City has seen temperatures in the seventies and even eighties. Since students will not be seeing freezing temperatures for a while, the opportunity for outdoor activities increases. Listed below are a few options. Sandy Spring Adventure Park This zipline and ropes course located in Sandy Spring, Maryland, includes 190 … Continue reading


Awkward’s Final Performance of the 2015-2016 School Year

Words: Caroline Chu On Monday, April 18, Awkward, Centennial High School’s improvisation group, held its last performance of the year. The event started at 6:00 p.m. and ended at 7:00 p.m. The Awkward team performed fan favorites, “Surprise Lines” and “Party Quirks.” Junior Jack Goodman acted as Kim Kardashian in “Party Quirks.” In the game … Continue reading