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ACT Update – August 6, 2020
All four high schools in Laramie County School District #1 are planning to host a ‘state’ ACT test on October 6, 2020. This is an opportunity to test, free of charge, for those students that have not used a voucher to test. Additionally, Cheyenne area high schools will be hosting ‘national’ ACT tests on September 12th and 19th and October 10th and 24th. The national tests are not free. Please see ACT.org for details.
The ACT is not required for students in the class of 2021. However, colleges and universities may still require an ACT score. Please check with individual institutions regarding ACT requirements.
All State Plaques
If you are interested in picking up your All State Plaque please call the main office at 771-2680.
Central Graduation Pictures
2020 Graduates: Rugged Grace Photography would like to remind you the time to purchase a thumb drive of your graduation is nearing it's deadline. Once school starts you will only be able to purchase prints through their website here: https://www.ruggedgracephotography.com/centralgraduation2020
Taking care of our students is our priority, especially during this time. Please remember that we are here to support and make referrals within our community for resources.
Corbin Peterson, Courage Office Counselor (Alpha A-G)
Margie Cook, Honor Office Counselor (Alpha H-N)
Malissa Lance, Spirit Office Counselor (Alpha O-Z)
Jeff Norman, College, Career, and AP Capstone
Heather Wallace, Safe and Drug Free Schools Student Assistance Provider. Contact number (307) 631-3817
Rene Dreher, Social Worker
Don Rentz, School Psychologist
AP Exam Registration
Students must register and pay for their AP EXAMS by February 28th. There is a $40 fee, per exam, to register after this date. Students create a CollegeBoard account with their teachers and submit the AP exam registration form to Ms. Magness in the main office. For questions, contact Mr. Norman.
get your Central Gear
Three of Central's DECA members have created an online school store with Nike Central apparel for their Creative Marketing Project this year. To access the store go to https://www.bsnteamsports.com/index and enter the access code: TRIBEDECA. The items were created by the DECA students, and 10% of the proceeds go to Central DECA. You must order by October 15th.
Students in AP Environmental Science classes are partnering with Wyoming Game & Fish and Laramie County Conservation District to investigate the movement of mule deer in Cheyenne. Using radio collars and other technologies, students are tracking our backyard bucks and does as they move through our neighborhoods. Check out their project page to get updates on what they're learning
As you order official transcripts from the records office at CHS, please confirm the transcript format the college(s)/university(s) will accept as official. In most cases, faxing or emailing transcripts are not considered official. Yet, there are some exceptions. In order to assure your college applications are complete, it is important that you know and request the acceptable official transcript format for each College/university that you apply to. --Mr. Norman.
Consider taking the time to review the scholarships found at Central High School. To do so, review the document found at this link. Some applications are online, while others require a paper copy found in the Career Center.
Congratulations to Mr. Berry and FFA for having the winning door in the Christmas Door Decorating Contest.
CROSS COUNTRY STATE CHAMPS!!!!!!!