Central High School
Our very own Ms. Sears was recently recognized for her excellence in teaching. 12 educators from the Manchester School District were awarded a commemorative Christa McAuliffe coin thanks to a donation by the SEE Science Center Board of Directors. Natalie Sears is an English teacher at CHS and serves as the BLIL of the department. Congratulations, Ms. Sears!
Sophomore Akshay Manchanda has ranked #17 out of 773 teams in DECA, Inc's North Atlantic Region Stock Market Game. The top 25 from each region will move on now to compete at the International Career Development Conference in Atlanta this coming April in the hopes of earning DECA Glass. Congratulations, Akshay!
Congratulations to Senior Matthew Blair who was selected as a delegate for the United States Senate Youth program! This prestigious honor was bestowed upon only 2 students in the state of New Hampshire. Along with an intensive experience learning about the United States government, Matthew was awarded a $10,000 scholarship for this selection. To learn more about Matthew's incredible accomplishment, click here.
Music Department Rocks Their Socks!
The Central Music Department held a fundraiser that raised over $1,500 for the program. Students sold sets of "Crazy Socks". As a community effort, each pair of socks sold resulted in a pair of socks donated to the Central Clothing Closet. Patrick DeFelice, a sophomore member of the chorus and jazz band, built shelves in the closet in completion of his Eagle Project.
L to R: Lucas Laventure, senior; Lilly Tague-Bleau, senior; Patrick DeFelice, sophomore; Tess Beckman, junior.
Boys Hockey team volunteered with the local Boys and Girls Club to talk to young club members about social-emotional learning and coping skills through the Choose Love Movement.
AP Art & Design and Portfolio Prep students visit the Currier Museum of Art.
National Art Honor Society students paint pumpkins in an after-school meeting.
Here is a digitally mixed version of our school song "Hail Alma Mater"