The intent of academic work at Centennial High School is for students to demonstrate their learning in a wide variety of ways, to allow them to explore both the breadth and depth of the academic disciplines. Evidence of student learning may include: class assignments, labs, written responses, presentations, group work, tests, research projects, and quizzes. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that the work that they are submitting, in whatever form the work may take, is evidence of their personal learning and is free of any academic integrity issues.
Student academic integrity issues are defined as: plagiarizing, submitting another student’s work as their own or submitting one assignment in two classes without discussing with the teacher. Cheating is receiving or giving information unbeknownst to the evaluator, and using materials not allowed on a test or written response. Students will be referred to an A.I.M. panel (Academic Integrity Mentorship) through their classroom teacher. More information about the A.I.M. panel can be found in course outlines.