Team will go on to compete in National Science Bowl in Washington, D.C.
Centerville High School
Centerville High School is a comprehensive public high school serving more than 2,800 students in grades 9-12 who reside in Centerville-Washington Township. CHS offers a rigorous curriculum with the purpose of preparing students for college and careers, as well as co-curricular programs. With combined efforts of home and community, the mission of the high school is to graduate responsible and motivated citizens prepared for post-high school education and careers. Our emphases on academic excellence and a caring environment foster graduates who possess competencies in basic skills, effective communication skills, analytical thinking skills, problem solving skills and positive attitudes toward self and others. These attributes will enable students to become life-long learners capable of meeting the challenges of a changing world.
|Click here to register online for AP Exams. |
Also new this year is the ability to pay online. Open registration ends on Feb. 25. Late registration ends March 4 and incurs a $5 late charge for every exam.
|Graduation is scheduled for 8 p.m. on May 26, 2018, at the WSU Nutter Center. Watch this page for additional information.|
Forte A Cappella will compete Feb. 23 in the first round of the ICHSA/ICCA a cappella competition