Central High School
Registration for Central High School is open. Please follow this link to the online paperwork that needs to be filled out to register your child or you can stop by the school and pick up a registration packet. If you need assistance please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (603) 624-6363 x 1135. We can set up appointments to assist families as well.
The district is recruiting Para Educators for the upcoming school year. Minimum requirement is a high school diploma. Interested individuals should apply online.
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Holiday wishes from the CHS Music Department
Central Chamber Choir, accompanied by Sue Howard, singing John Williams' "Merry Christmas, Merry Christmas," from Home Alone II.
Congratulations to all of the Central Little Green Athletes!
Check out this special recording of Hail Alma Mater by our Band and Chamber Choir. The Chamber Choir members all sung individually to the band's recording of the song during remote learning and the Director of Choirs, Mr. Seniow, mixed them together. Enjoy!
National Honor Society hosts food drive
On Saturday, December 12 the Central High School National Honor Society hosted a socially-distanced food drive. The drive was an incredible success as the group collected non-perishable food items for the food pantry.
Key Club supports Make-A-Wish at holiday "reverse parade"
On Saturday, December 6 members of Central's Key Club volunteered to support local families through Make-A-Wish. Central students made signs and dressed in festive attire and cheered the families who drove through this reverse parade, lifting the spirits of all who attended.
Voice of Democracy winners
This year's Voice of Democracy essay topic was "Is This the Country our Founders Envisioned?". There were three winners from Central who will move on to the regional competition. Congratulations to Matthew Blair, Caroline Foti, and Ellie Marr (pictured left to right below). We also extend a congratulations to the runners up: Amelia Tsecaris, Allison Hermann, Ainsley Rippett-Swales, and Grace Mayhew.
Ava Ryder Recognized for Exemplary Service
Congratulations to Ava Ryder who received a Certificate of Excellence for being in the top 10% of Prudential Spirit of Community Award applicants. This recognition has qualified her for the President's Volunteer Service Award.
Liddy Houghton Signs with Providence College
Next year Liddy will be attending Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island where she will be majoring in Business as well as competing on their NCAA Division 1 Women's Track & Field team.
Excellent job, Liddy!
Raiyan Bayumi Accepted to MCPHS
Senior Raiyan Bayumi has been accepted to his top choice, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. He intends to get involved with student government and major in Premedical & Health Studies.
Keegan Pepin Signs with Sacred Heart University
Congratulations to Keegan Peppin for signing to attend Sacred Heart University for Cross Country, Indoor Track and Outdoor Track. She will be going into the 3+2 Masters Program to get her Bachelors in Exercise Science and her Masters in Occupational Therapy.
Way to Go Keegan!
Emma Dudley Accepted to Florida Southern University
Emma Dudley is a senior here at Manchester High School Central, who was accepted Florida Southern College.
Emma will be playing lacrosse and has recently signed her National Letter of Intent.
She will be majoring in Physical Therapy.
Way To Go Emma!
Four Seniors Accepted to Top Choice Colleges
Anthony Vo will attend Northeastern University to study Computer Science with a focus in artificial intelligence.
Andrew Hoang has committed to Boston University where he will be majoring in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology with a hope of becoming a forensic scientist in the future.
Brandon Wu will be attending Brown University to study Biomedical Engineering and plans to pursue the Physician’s Assistant track.
Isaiah Sapp-Consaul will be attending Dartmouth College as a Biomedical Engineering major on the Pre-Medical pathway. His greatest excitement is to graduate from the Little Green to the Big Green and keep his Green and White Pride.
Central students recognized at the New Hampshire Scholastic Art Awards
Congratulations to our Central High School winners in the Scholastic Art Awards of New Hampshire. The competition is the most competitive for the Visual Arts and has a long history of famous winners. Submissions from students all over the state represent the most talented art students and only half of them will receive awards.
We congratulate our students at Central for doing so well.
Natalie Bell, Senior – Art Portfolio, Silver Key
Laryssa Bonassa, Junior – Painting, Silver Key
Madison Desautels, Senior – Art Portfolio, Honorable Mention
Painting, Silver Key
Painting, Honorable Mention
Tinotenda Duche, Senior – Drawing & Illust., Honorable Mention
Alysha England, Senior – Art Portfolio, Honorable Mention –
Painting, Honorable Mention
Autumn Forsing, Junior – Photography, Honorable Mention
Anna Grondin, Sophomore – Printmaking, Silver Key
Molly Heath, Senior – Drawing & Illust., Silver Key
Helen Huynh, Sophomore – Drawing & Illust., Silver Key
Drawing & Illust., Honorable Mention
Rebecca Jiminez, Sophomore – Painting, Honorable Mention
Carter Melanson, Junior – Painting, Honorable Mention
Samantha Wheeler, Junior – Drawing & Illust., Silver Key
If you are interested in attending the exhibit, it is located at the Stockbridge Theater at Pinkerton High School in Derry, New Hampshire.
January 20 – February 16, 2020 with Closing Awards Ceremony on February 16