LGBTQIA+ Community

At Centennial High School, we embrace the joy of diversity within our community. We support our LGBTQIA+ community and strive to support and enrich their time at CHS. We are committed to providing an educational and social environment that affirms and promotes an inclusive, equitable space which values diversity. Keep up on what is going on in the larger HCPSS Pride community at their website.


Steven Parker, Media Specilaist, is the CHS Rainbow Rep. You can find him in the media center or email him at  Please reach out with any questions or concerns.

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LGBTQIA+ Announcements and News:

Our next Read the Rainbow bookclub will occur on Tuesday, June 4th at 7:00PM and feature the book Late to the Party. The book's author, Kelly Quindlen, will be present at our bookclub meeting to answer questions and talk about her writing process. . Register here to participate. 


Priide Prom will be June 8th.  Click here to register and to get more details.

HCPSS Pride website always has great info to catch up on.

HCPSS has in place comprehensive supports across all of our schools:

Rainbow Representatives
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

CHS Rainbow Representative: Rainbow Representatives ensure that schools are allies and advocates for LGBTQIA+ students, staff, and families. The school Rainbow Representative attends quarterly meetings; receives and disseminates information regarding LGBTQIA+ topics of interest to the school and school community as appropriate; and provides instructional support for educators. If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Centennial High School Rainbow Representative, Steven Parker at

CHS has an LGBTQIA+ Club called SAGA (Sexuality and Gender Alliance). SAGA is a club designed to give students a safe place to gather socially, expand friendships as well as a place to learn about and discuss topics related to the LGBTQ+ community. Both LGBTQ+ students and allies are welcome to attend.  SAGA meets on Wednesdays from 2:35-3:15 pm  Location: Room 507(Mrs. Seker's room).  Advisors for SAGA: Steven Parker, Amy Seker & Rus Van Westervelt