Commemorating the centennial years of our province and city, Centennial Collegiate officially opened its doors in fall 2006 to 370 students in Grades 9 and 10. Our enrolment has since grown to almost 1,000 students, Grades 9 to 12.
Located in Saskatoon's northeast, Centennial is an integrated shared-use facility (the first facility of its kind in Saskatoon), involving a partnership with the SaskTel Sports Centre and the City of Saskatoon. Along with our school's full-size gym, Centennial students and staff have access to a large multi-use auxiliary gym and fitness centre in the Soccer Centre, which is adjoined to the school. Centennial's 450-seat theatre, band room, state of the art library, and dance studio make it a unique school with countless opportunities for students.
Centennial's unique programming includes a Soccer Academy and Dance Academy. Other innovative programs include: French Immersion, The History Study Tour Program, High Performance Physical Education, English as a Second Language (ESL) / English as an Additional Language (EAL) Programming, Leadership 30, a full range of music offerings, and three Advanced Placement courses (Calculus, English, and Studio Art).
In order for all students to experience success, make a connection to our school, and make a connection with at least one significant adult in our school, Centennial's Charger Time Advisory Program matches every student with a teacher advisor for their four years attending high school. This connection means that every student has an advocate.
Centennial has become the hub of Saskatoon's northeast community. We are immensely proud of our parents, our community, and our site partners for being such supportive partners in the education of our youth. Together, we will insure quality education for our future leaders.
CENTENNIAL'S CODE OF CONDUCT
Centennial Collegiate and its community strive to create a positive and safe school environment that empowers students personally, socially and academically. Chargers value HONOUR, which involves conducting one's life with honesty, fairness, courtesy, integrity, and sincerity. Chargers value RESPECT for self, for others and for property. Chargers value citizenship, a belief in SERVICE beyond self. The "Home of the Chargers" is a place to realize one's potential, to aim high, and become a life-long learner.
THE HOME OF THE CHARGERS IS A PLACE TO REALIZE ONE'S POTENTIAL AND BECOME A LIFE-LONG LEARNER