Graduation 2023

We have exciting news to share as we continue to prepare for a wonderful spring celebration of our graduating students.  We have confirmed our booking at the Grey Eagle Events Centre – a venue that comes extremely highly recommended as a host for High School Graduation ceremonies and banquets. 

As we want to give you as much advanced notice as possible regarding dates, times, locations, and all things Grad, we are including a significant amount of information today.  We will continue to share Grad-related information with our Grade 12 students and families throughout the school year, including via SchoolMessenger and on our website.

Date:                     Friday, May 19 (Ceremony in the morning, Banquet in the evening)

Location:              Grey Eagle Events Centre

The link below will take you to our Centennial High School Graduation 2023 Information Package.  This detailed document has all kinds of information that will answer many of your questions, and as mentioned above we will continue to be in regular communication about all the details so that students and families are well-informed.  For those who have asked about Grad Hoodies – yes we will be selling them again this school year.  More information about hoodies and ordering will come early in Semester 2.

On behalf of our Graduation Committee and indeed all of us at Centennial High School, we hope you and yours have a fantastic weekend.

 Graduation 2023 Information Booklet.pdf 

Grad Jewelry

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