Frisco Centennial High School

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Frisco Centennial High School
6901 Coit Road
Frisco, Texas 75035

United States
Coordinates 33°08′10″N 96°46′05″W / 33.136°N 96.768°W / 33.136; -96.768Coordinates: 33°08′10″N 96°46′05″W / 33.136°N 96.768°W / 33.136; -96.768
Type Public
Established 2003
School district Frisco Independent School District
Principal Randy Spain[1]
Faculty 151.0 (on FTE basis)[2]
Grades 9 to 12
Enrollment 1,995 (2013)
Student to teacher ratio 13.6[2]
Color(s) ‹See Tfm›     ‹See Tfm›     Red & Navy Blue
Athletics conference UIL Class AAAAA
Mascot Titans/Lady Titans

Frisco Centennial High School is one of six high schools in the Frisco Independent School District in Frisco, Texas.

The school opened in 2003 for 9th and 10th graders, and has since expanded to include grades 11 and 12. It was the second high school opened in Frisco. It is fed by Clark and Wester Middle Schools.

By 2006-2007, Centennial had exceeded its capacity of 1800 students. In the fall of 2006, Frisco Liberty High School was opened to help relieve this overcrowding.[3]


The name comes from the fact that the school was opened on the 100th anniversary of Frisco's incorporation as a city.


The Frisco Centennial Titans compete in the following sports:

Cross Country, Volleyball, Football, Basketball, Marching Band, Dance Team, Wrestling, Swimming, Powerlifting, Soccer, Golf, Tennis, Track, Hockey, Softball & Baseball, Spelunking, and Snorkeling.


Frisco Centennial High School has gotten back to back exemplary rankings[clarification needed] in the year 2009 - 2012, and is the only school in its category to get such rankings.


  1. ^ "CHS Administrative Staff". Centennial High School. Retrieved 2014-12-17. 
  2. ^ a b "Centennial High School". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved 2008-03-05. Students: 2061 
  3. ^ "Board Highlights" (PDF). Frisco Independent School District. October 10, 2005. Retrieved 2014-12-17. 

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