Centennial High School (Corona, California)

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Centennial High School
1820 Rimpau Avenue
Corona, California, 92881
United States
Coordinates 33°51′32″N 117°32′44″W / 33.859°N 117.5455°W / 33.859; -117.5455Coordinates: 33°51′32″N 117°32′44″W / 33.859°N 117.5455°W / 33.859; -117.5455
Type Public high school
Motto Together We Can, Together We Will
Established 1989
School district Corona-Norco Unified School District
Principal Ben Roberts
Faculty 119
Enrollment 2,910
Color(s)      Red
Team name Huskies
Rival Norco High School

Centennial High School (commonly referred to as CHS or CeHS) is a California Distinguished,[2] public high school in the city of Corona, California. It is one of eight high schools in the Corona-Norco Unified School District and is the only high school in the district that provides the International Baccalaureate program of study.[citation needed]


The school was constructed in 1989 and is Internet-connected throughout.

The campus covers an area of 1,742,200 square feet (161,860 m2). It has the following facilities:

  • 6 tennis courts
  • 2 baseball fields, 2 softball fields, 2 soccer fields
  • 4 outdoor volleyball courts
  • 5 outdoor basketball courts
  • A dance room
  • A wrestling room
  • A weight-lifting room
  • A gymnasium and performing arts center which includes a Drama, choir and band room.
  • A library/media center
  • A football field
  • Track and field facilities
  • An outdoor pool
  • A TV Studio


Centennial High was a member of the Mountain View League, however in the 2007-2008 school year the Mountain View League combined with another league and is now the Big 8 League.


The 2008 Centennial football team was undefeated and won its first State Championship.[3]

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