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Orchestra Concert

Words: Mehnaz Ashraf On Tuesday, December 13, the Centennial High School Music Department held their Orchestra Concert. Many parents and students came out to show their support and dedication for the musicians. The showed started out with the String Ensemble playing “Midsummer Night’s Dream” and featured many soloists from Amanda Wang, Thomas Luo, Amilee Huang, … Continue reading

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Holiday DIY Ideas

Words: Laila Abughaida Ornament Wreath: Start off with a foam or straw wreath and an assortment of decorative glass ornaments in various sizes. To attach the ornaments, remove any hanging hooks and hot glue them to the wreath, starting with the largest ornaments then filling in any gaps with the smallest. Mini Snow Globe Ornament: Add … Continue reading

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Winter Spectacular

Words: Mehnaz Ashraf Centennial High School held their annual Winter Spectacular during on Thursday, December 1 and Friday, December 2. The music and arts groups, led by Mrs.Clark, produced a riveting show for the community. The show featured the Madrigals, Senior Dance Company, Junior Dance Company, Color Guard, Jazz Band, Orchestra, and Musical Theatre. The … Continue reading

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Harvey Review

Words: Lien Hoang The Centennial High School play production of Harvey began on Thursday, November 10 and ended on Sunday, November 13. Performances started at 7pm on the first three days of production and 3pm on the last day. Harvey is a hilarious and entertaining play about a charming man named Elwood Dowd, played by … Continue reading

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Disney Live

Words: Mevie Henderson As children of the 1990’s and 2000’s, Centennial students are no strangers to the copious amounts of classic Disney movies. Recently these movies have been turned into live performances with famous actors from either Broadway or Hollywood. The opinions have been mixed on whether the students like these performances or if they … Continue reading

Artist of the Week
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Artist of the Week

Words and Photo: Vaishnavi Mahalingam Senior Mary Yu has been taking art at Centennial since freshman year, but she has been drawing since before elementary school. A piece that she is proud of is on display in the hallway, an oil painting displaying a girl holding her hands up to shield her face. Yu worked … Continue reading

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The Drowsy Chaperone

Words: Diana Cagas This weekend was a big moment for Centennial’s theatre program. On March 17-20, the school’s auditorium was illuminated with colorful beams of light and the stage was decorated with amazing set designs as the theatre department performed The Drowsy Chaperone. Centennial theatre does an excellent job when it comes to engaging an … Continue reading