From June, 2016

Proud to Graduate From Centereach High School!

  By Julia Prigl The Centereach High School graduation took place on Saturday the 25th of June, and was a ceremony filled with many emotions. This day being the last day for all of the seniors as high school students marked a big milestone in their lives. Following the great speeches made by the salutatorian…

Principal Bell Honors Class of 2016

Graduation Speech 2016 By Principal Thomas Bell Graduation Day has arrived!  Amazing weather for an amazing Senior Class.  It is truly an honor to be recognized as your principal. As you entered ninth grade, I received phone calls from colleagues at the middle school and even the elementary level regarding how this is an exceptional…

A Night to Remember

  By: Class of 2016 Since we’ve entered high school we’ve been hearing all sorts of prom stories; stories about how it’s quite possibly the most stressfully dramatic time of your adolescence, but at the same time it’s the best night of your life. For Centereach’s Class of 2016 it was a well deserved, entirely…

Mordente, Michelli, Monthie Say Good-Bye!

    Ms. Mordente Is Retiring!  Say It Isn’t So! By: Alexandria Ortiz   One of the beloved teachers of Centereach High School is leaving us this year. That teacher is Ms. Mordente. Ms. Mordente has been a teacher for 17 years, 16 of these years in our school. She has taught business law, accounting,…

Congratulations to all the new Class Officers!

By Emily Tirado Congratulations to all the winners in this year’s student elctions. Next year is going to be great with these new leaders stepping up to help their class. The officers are already bursting with new ideas for the next school year. These hard working students are helping their classes in many ways and…

Students Showcase Art At Hecksher Museum

    By Jacob Siegelbaum   These past two months schools from all over Long Island had artists enter a competition submitting pieces to Heckscher Museum. The Heckscher opened a competition for Young artists (grades 9 through 12) from schools on Long Island that could submit their pieces. Each piece had to be inspired by…

Death at Disney Case Solved at Penultimate Nick of Time Before Final Bell!

By Gianna Boscarino On May 26, 2016 Centereach High School transformed into a crime scene staged at Disney. Straying from last year’s theme, this year featured the death of Detective Brennan and Mickey Mouse himself. Fifty staff members took part in this year’s event, taking on the personas of their Disney characters through both attire…