Talk:Centaurus High School

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Comment by Victuallers[edit]

nice page, needs refs, infobox, alumni, welcome — Preceding unsigned comment added by Victuallers (talkcontribs) 16:04, 4 April 2007

IP comment[edit]

centaurus if full of cool people and i would like to rename the school into a new name and a new schedule for the ham division of the school and rename the school Taco Island peace dawgs holla holla get dolla- this one time i ate penuts and id like to get sick —Preceding unsigned comment added by 161.97.204.202 (talk) 19:39, 17 April 2009 (UTC)

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History[edit]

For the school's first 30 years the attendance area for Centaurus High covered Lafayette, Louisville, Superior, and parts of Erie. In 1998 Monarch High School was opened near the Louisville/Superior border to relieve severe overcrowding at Centaurus. Most Louisville and Superior students transferred to the new school leaving Centaurus as one of the three smallest traditional high schools in the district.

Today[edit]

Centaurus is filled with a diverse student body. There are many different ethnicities in this small high school. This school also has an AMAZING Pre-Engineering Academy. This consists of 5 main classes you take all 4 years (Engineering in Global Society, Robotics, Civil and Architectural Design, Biomedical Engineering, and Senior Design).

Population[edit]

Centaurus is one of the most ethnically diverse high schools in the Boulder Valley School District, with one-third of the students registered as non-Caucasian.[citation needed]

  • Centaurus High School's population as of September 2007 is approximately 1037 students.
  • Student to teacher ratio is 17:1

Academic programs[edit]

Centaurus High School was rated "High" in the 2006 Colorado State Accountability Report. Course offerings include the following programs:

  • Advanced Pottery
  • Pre-Engineering Academy
  • IB program
  • ESL (English as Second Language)

Athletics[edit]

Centaurus High School is a member of the 4-A JeffCo League and the 3-A North Metro League (American football|Football) of the Colorado High School Activities Association.

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Arts and Music[edit]

  • Instrumental Music
    • Marching Band
      • 2009 CBA Marching State Finals: placed 5th.
      • 2010 CBA Marching State Finals: placed 4th.
    • Concert Band
    • Jazz Band
    • Orchestra
    • Winter Percussion
      • 2007 Rocky Mountain Percussion Association - "A Class" State Champions
  • Choir (3)
    • Fermata the Blue (Jazz Choir)
    • Festival Choir
    • Concert Choir
  • Theater
    • Dionysus Theatre Company

Clubs[edit]

Centaurus High School has many student-organized and teacher-supervised student groups as of March 2006:

Notable alumni[edit]


 Chzz  ►  02:50, 5 March 2011 (UTC)