Catch the Vision

Principal: Stephanie Lock


Admission Process

Centennial High School utilizes six hexters per year. A hexter is a six-week grading period.  Approximately 25 new students are admitted to Centennial every six weeks.  The students who are admitted with start in the Discovery program for the first 6 weeks of their time at Centennial.  Upon successful completion of Discovery, they will then enter into the dominant culture of CHS. Students are selected based on the criteria below.

All prospective students must:

  • Attend an Orientation.  The orientation sessions are held every six weeks promptly at 1:30/5:30 pm in our gym.  If you are an out of district student, please bring a copy of your transcripts with you.  Otherwise, there is no need to bring anything with you.  Make sure you are early.  You will not be considered for acceptance if you are late.
  • Complete Required Paperwork. You will be instructed at Orientation what this means.
  • Attend a one-one-one counselor interview.  Appointments are scheduled at Orientation.  Arrive early for your appointment.

Once these steps are completed, students are notified of acceptance or non-acceptance before the hexter begins.


Orientation Dates

All Orientations are held at the Centennial High School gym promptly at 1:30 and 5:30pm

Next Orientation - 

                           Hexter 1  Tuesday, July 30th  1:30 & 5:30pm

                           Hexter 2  Tuesday, September 3rd  1:30 & 5:30pm 

                           Hexter 3  Tuesday, October 22nd  1:30 & 5:30pm

                           Hexter 4  Tuesday, November 19th  1:30 & 5:30pm

                           Hexter 5  Tuesday, January 28th  1:30 & 5:30pm

                           Hexter 6  Tuesday, March 11th 1:30 & 5:30pm

Plan now and ask for a reference letter from a trusted adult (not a parent, peer, or self)

You can bring the letter to your interview after Orientation or have your reference email it to Kim Lang

Ask your reference to address the following details:

How long have you known this student? How did you meet the student?

Please address the student’s desire to identify areas of change to explore and offer evidence of his/her/their potential success.

PSD does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, veteran status, age or disability in access or admission to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities. A lack of English speaking skills will not be a barrier to admission or participation.