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  • Josh Thatcher Credits Centennial with Transforming Him Into a Hurliman Scholar

    “I think all of my leadership roles that I have taken part in through FBLA, 4-H and National Honor Society helped contribute to me being named a Hurliman Scholar,” Josh said. “I was extremely excited to learn that I was going to be representing the Hurliman Family, and it was a big weight off my shoulders to realize I won’t have to be paying as much for college.”

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  • Centennial Bulldog's Artwork Hanging in the Nation's Capital

    Students submit entries to their representative’s office, and panels of district artists select the winning entries. Winners are recognized both in their district and in Washington, DC. The winning works are displayed for one year at the U.S. Capitol. Arianna’s piece was picked to represent District 3.

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  • Hurliman Scholarship Rick Lane's Life has Centered Around Leadership and Service to Others

    A 4.4 GPA student at Centennial High School and recipient of 7 academic letters, Rick has excelled in Advanced Placement as well as concurrent enrollment courses. He is a 4-year member of Future Business Leaders of America who twice qualified for state, a 2-year member of National Honor Society and a state qualifier in Speech and Debate.

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  • Teacher Appreciation Week

    Teaching is often a thankless job, but no one enters this profession with a desire for accolades and the spotlight. Rather, we as educators do it for the most noblest of reasons: to gift the community, and the world itself, with the next generation of leaders, scientists, lawyers, doctors, skilled laborers, journalists, public servants and, of course, teachers.

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