NEWS: Centennial High School
Date: 8/4/2012 Album ID: 1512229
Photos by Shari V. Hill
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Victoria Soto, left, snaps photographs of the Centennial High School time capsule Thursday as her granddaughters Rayette Soto, 16, and Rani Soto, 14, read the monument during their tour of the new facility. The time capsule will be buried on Sept. 22 and will be opened in the year 2037. “This blows my school away. I really like the gym,” Rayette Soto, of Shiprock High School, said.
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Shari V. Hill/Sun-News Al Krueger along with numerous fellow curious citizens tour the new high school with a price tag over $100 million. “I’m going to be a Hawk supporter. I have nothing against the other three schools, but I may as well go for the one who is closest,” Krueger said.
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Shari V. Hill/Sun-NewsCentennial High School incoming freshman Haley Whiteley, 13, left, Analyssa Martinez, 14, and Arianna Martinez, 14, are all smiles Thursday as they check out one of the classrooms in the Freshman Academy building of the school Thursday.
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Robert Chavira, left, and Juan Ortiz of Gerald Martin install the new marquee at Centennial High School, home of the Hawks.
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Shari V. Hill/Sun-NewsMichael Montoya, principal of Centennial High School, shows off a faculty member’s office during the tour. Montoya said each teacher at CHS will be given an office to work from, in addition to their classrooms.
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Shari V. Hill/Sun-NewsThe Art Studios at Centennial High School offer students a great amount of natural light thanks to windows near the ceiling that have retracting sun shades.
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Shari V. Hill/Sun-NewsThe Art Studios at Centennial High School offer students a great amount of natural light thanks to windows near the ceiling that have retracting sun shades.
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Shari V. Hill/Sun-News The ceramics studio at Centennial High Schools has two pottery kilns for students’ use.
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Centennial High School’s state-of-the-art industrial kitchen.
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Shari V. Hill/Sun-NewsTwo energy-efficient, high-volume, low-speed Big Ass Fan can be seen in the freshman cafeteria of the school and numerous other locations throughout the campus.
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Shari V. Hill/Sun-NewsA prominent element of the Centennial High School campus is the clock tower that is 60-feet tall and illuminates at night. With such a large clock students will never have an excuse to be late, Principal Michael Martinez said.
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Centennial High School is located at 1950 S. Sonoma Ranch Blvd and has a host of eye-popping attractions within the building and school grounds.
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Shari V. Hill/Sun-News A group of students take advantage of open-gym during the summer months at Centennial High School.
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Shari V. Hill/Sun-News The physical education locker room at Centennial High School offers student top-of-the-line equipment.
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Shari V. Hill/Sun-News Centennial High School, home of the Hawks.
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Shari V. Hill/Sun-News The football players’ locker room at Centennial High School offers athletes a large amount of space to get ready in before they take the field.
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Shari V. Hill/Sun-News The athletic weight room at Centennial High School offers athletes top-of-the-line gym equipment.
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