Weekly Events


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  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday

2014-15 Registration

August 11th-14th
Hours: 1:00-3:00PM and 5:00-7:00PM
Each day is dedicated to a class:
Monday | Seniors - Class of 2015
Tuesday | Juniors - Class of 2016
Wednesday | Sophmores - Class of 2017
Thursday | Freshman - Class of 2018

Important Dates

September 2nd: 9th Grade First day
September 3rd: 10th-12th First day
October 10th - No School Students
October 13th - No School

Math help?

Need math help? Mr. Jennings has some websites you can find under Students> Math. Feel free to check it out!

Europe Trip

Click on the file to find out more information about the Europe Trip
March 18 meeting
Night Ferry Information
Packing details
Financial Information


Yearbooks are still $50. You can purshase them at the bookkeeper. Get them now, while they are still $50.You can still purchase one! Seniors, the senior picture requirements for Yearbook are here.

New Dress Code

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Welcome message from
Mr. Mitchell

Greetings! I am honored and excited to join the Central High family as your new principal. As we move forward, please know that I welcome and desire your input as we establish Central High School as a leading school in the region. No longer will we be the best kept secret in the Willamette Valley. Together, we can and we will rise to the top because of our commitment to join forces as a united community, declaring that our children will receive the best education possible. As educators, we must treat each child as if they were our own, relentlessly supporting their pathway to success. Central High School is bursting with great potential to far exceed expectations and to produce learners and leaders who refuse to be average – overcoming obstacles, and blazing trails that make great impacts in our community and beyond. As I join the Central High family, I am personally challenged, inspired and motivated to strengthen our school by engaging every child, every day based on their unique learner profiles. We must work together, place our trust in one another, and realize that no one person is bigger than the whole. In doing so, we will all work diligently toward a shared vision, support each other’s’ efforts and grow together as a team. Success will be the inevitable by-product of our commitment to this collaboration, conducting ourselves as lifelong learners by continually examining our practices and outcomes.

International Space Station

"A cool feather in the cap of the school."~Mr. Craven
A year ago CHS had the tremendous opportunity to have a live downlink interview with Cmdr. Chris Cassidy while he was passing overhead on the International Space Station (ISS). Chris is our own Bill Moncscko's nephew, and we were only the 21st high school in the country to be privileged with such a live downlink to the ISS. We had about 250 students in the auditorium for the event, and though technical difficulties prevented us from seeing the video feed in real time, NASA provided the video and audio file after the fact.
Here is the video: Click Me

Central High

Visit the Central Athletics website for the latest information on all upcoming athletic programs at Central High School.