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Student Voice: Hear From a Centreville HS Student
August 17, 2020
In a video and in a essay with photos, Sara shares what helps her be resilient.
September 04, 2019
Seniors and parents of seniors are invited to view these Senior Seminar presentations.
Three Wildcat Staff Members Recognized at FCPS Honors
June 27, 2019
Congratulations to Office Assistant Tina Ranslem, Diana School Counselor Diana De Jesus-Brent, and AP Computer Science and STEM Engineering Teacher Oliver Small who were recognized at the 2019 FCPS Honors Ceremony!
Boys Basketball Wins District Title
February 19, 2019
Lead by Concorde District Tournament MVP Senior Bryce Douglas, the Boys Basketball Team outscored the Oakton Cougars 50-29 in the second half to win its second Concorde District Championship in three years with a 79-55 victory.
Welcome, Principal Lehman!
January 08, 2019
Welcome, Chad Lehman, the new principal of Centreville High School!
Asha-Jyothi donates $500 to Centreville High School
October 25, 2018
5K Race Funds Will Provide Increased Technology Access for Students
Ms. Hwangpo Recognized as FCPS Cares of the Month Recipient!
October 24, 2018
Congratulations to Ms. Hwangpo who was recognized as the Region 4 July/August FCPS Cares Recipient of the Month!
Mr. Jagels, Mr. Campbell Recognized at FCPS Honors Ceremony!
June 15, 2018
Congratulations to Principal Dave Jagels, Special Education Teacher Christopher Campbell, Orchestra Director Alexandra Morrison, Administrative Assistant Angela Dorrzapf, and School Psychologist Lisa VanLahr who were recognized at the 2018 FCPS Honors Ceremony!
Centreville High Student Successfully Lobbies for Best Buddies Funding
June 05, 2018
Centreville High student Patrick lives by the advice, “Be the change you want to see in the world,” and based on his efforts, the Commonwealth of Virginia has budgeted $200,000 to fund Best Buddies clubs statewide.
Bill Proposed by Centreville High School Students will be Virginia Law
April 25, 2018
A bill proposed by a team of four Centreville High School seniors will become Virginia law in July. The bill will make it mandatory for 911 call centers to accept text messages. Centreville High School is a Fairfax County public school.