Champaign Centennial High School
913 S. Crescent Dr.
Champaign, IL 61821
Phone: (217) 351-3951
Fax: (217) 351-3730

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To teach students the knowledge and skills needed to be life-long learners, good citizens, and productive members of society.

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I am pleased to welcome you all to the Champaign Centennial High School website. Champaign Centennial is dedicated to helping all of our students actively plan for success in their post-secondary lives, and as a result, our dedicated and enthusiastic teachers continually challenge themselves to meet the academic, social and emotional needs of our students. We recognize that the need to do so requires a focus on just and responsive teaching methods, frequent and purposeful communication with parents and the community, and daily collaboration with our colleagues. We are proud to offer a curriculum that consists of Academic and Honors level courses in our core disciplines, including an array of courses for Advanced Placement. Additionally, our elective programming in Fine Arts, Music, World Languages, and other disciplines is designed to help our students develop the multiple literacies needed in our increasingly complex society. Please take some time to browse the site, noting in particular the means by which you can access information about specific courses and departments. Any parents or community members interested in learning more about the school or serving on our building committees are welcome to stop by the high school, or email the administration.

Greg Johnson, Principal

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January 25, 2015

Centennial is honored to recognize seven students who recently received Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Advocacy for Justice scholarships!

Han Tran, Centennial
Deanne Edwards, Centennial
Sonie Toe, Centennial
RaeVonne Powell, Centennial
Maryjoy Eduarte, Centennial
Shameen Razack, Centennial
Priscille Levi, Centennial​

The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Advocacy for Justice Committee awards scholarships annually to high school seniors who display need and excel academically. Each student will receive a $1,000 scholarship for each of the four years they attend college. Additionally, if the students attend the University of Illinois, the University will triple that amount, resulting in an award of $3,000 per year for four years. Tougaloo College in Jackson, Mississippi will double the scholarship amount if students attend their school, resulting in an award of $2,000 per year for four years.







5th Annual AP Honor Roll Recipient