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Welcome to Central High School
Whether you are a student, a parent, an alumnus, a faculty/staff member, a friend, future Warrior or simply a web surfer, we're glad you came to visit. Our web site tries to meet the needs of all the communities that make up Central High School. It is our hope that you will find the information you need here and that you will continue to use this site as a resource towards your educational success.
Central High School's mission is that, "Through RIGOR, RELEVANCE and RELATIONSHIPS, we strive for academic excellence by following the Way of the Warrior." Under the direction of our administration, we strive to encourage and promote every student to live up to his or her individual excellence. Welcome to our virtual home.
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To view all of the Newsletters from this year, please go the "Newspaper Tab" on the left, towards top.
Summer Service Opportunities ~ Conservation Crews!
Join the Student Conservation Assocation in Colorado. In partnership with Shell and Dinosaur National Park is offering a special opportunity for Colorado high school students to take part in a unique 3-4 week summer conservation work experience. Doing trailwork, habitat restoration, or other projects to help preserve our nation's national parks. for more information and to apply online, click here. If you have questions about applying after visiting the website, call 603-534-1700, etx. 1499, or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA)!
This is a year-long program that teaches middle and high school students how to start and run their own REAL businesses. YEA! was developed at the University of Rochester and the Grand Junction Area Chamber is excited to be introducing this program to Grand Junction and Mesa County. YEA! guides high school students through the process of starting and running a legitimate business or social movement over the course of a full academic year. YEA! has graduated almost 600 students over the past 7 years, who have started almost 450 businesses and social movements! Space is limisted to 24 spaces. Please click here for further details and application!
SAFE KIDS AMERICA
Alcohol & The Affects on the Teen Brain Class
Sponsored by Mesa County Sheriff's Office & Crime Stoppers, of Mesa County
The much anticipated Alcohol and the Teen Brain class has been scheduled for May 28th, 6:30 p.m., at the Canyon View Vineyard Church Chapel. This class is a 90 minute class and will include a series wrap-up that ties all of the classes together, click the attached link and RSVP today, www.safekidsamerica.org. Get first shot at the classes by liking our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/safekidsamerica. Go to the website today to see what classes are being offered this month.
And, yes ... the application for the summer workshops for teens will be on hand! We can accept only 12 teens. If your teen is a peer leader and would like to work with the sheriff's office to teach teens about the dangers of drugs, then have them apply early!
Keeping You And Our Students Informed!
Click here to view Drug Video.
STEM Program Here at CHS
Recent reports have shown that students are shying away from careers in math and science, but that's not the case at Central High School. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and math. This program is the only one offered on the Western Slope. Click here for more information.
Seniors ~ Cap & Gown Order
If you still haven't completed your order, contact the local Jostens office today,
ACT Prep Resources!
Juniors will take the free ACT college entrance test on Tuesday, April 23rd, here at CHS. This test is tied to graduation and is very important, used for scholarships, college admission and class placement! Below are resources for your student.
Thank you Amber Campbell and students for making my day! Click on title to review video. Jody Diers
CHS Welcomes Cameron Brown as our new Band Director.
For quick and easy access: Go to the Department Tab at the top, choose the Music Department and then Band.
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District 51 Launches Program Exclusive to CHS !!!
Project Leads the Way (A Pre-Engineering Program)
Click Here to follow link about the program presented by KJCT8 News
Attached Support Parents in Working at Home with Their Students! Also, please utilize our Math Department Tab for further resourses and to check time and place of our math tutor.
This link will direct you to the district website. Look at the top-right corner for alert information.
School Advisory Committee
Our School Advisory or Accountability Committee meets on the first Wednesday of every month, in the library. Call the office, at 254-6200, for more information.
Keep up-to-date on important happenings in the Counseling Office with updates on College Financial Aid, Scholarships, and opportunities!
Parent Bridge is the ultimate way to check your student's grades, attendance, lunch account, testing history, and e-mail your child's teachers-the list goes on and on! If you don't yet have a Parent Bridge account, print the attached form, fill it out, and drop it off at the attendance office. Completed forms can also be e-mailed to Meagan.Degroot@d51schools.org or faxed to 254-6169. Thanks for taking the time to check up on you child's progress!