Active Minds (activeminds.org) is the nation’s leading nonprofit organization promoting mental health awareness and education for young adults. Through award-winning programs and services, Active Minds is empowering a new generation to speak openly, act courageously, and change the conversation about mental health for everyone.
This program fosters a positive learning environment in to facilitate students' pursuit of excellence by attaining, maintaining and exceeding a 3.0 grade point average, the minimum required for membership.
"To save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer."
Our mission is to create a club where students can get together and learn American Sign Language. Meetings will include quick informational lessons on deaf culture, learning activities, and socialization through a new language.
Amnesty International will campaign and support various human rights movements and activists throughout the world. We also research human's rights and expand our knowledge about political refugees and prisoners.
Aquila is a student-edited literary magazine featuring the poetry, short stories, art, and photography created by those at Centennial.
Awkward Improv is Centennial's premier improvisational comedy club. We strive to make improv accepting and fun for all and to engage audiences with our interactive and hilarious shows.
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The Badminton Club is a welcoming place, for anyone with an intimate passion for racquet sports, to those who just want to have some fun with friends! You don’t need to be skilled, you just need to be here!
Provide/foster a sisterhood for young girls in our community through virtual activities (poss: in person). Teach the importance of leadership, self-love, and education. Discuss a monthly topic.
Gain awareness of disabled students. Pair students with disabilities with a typical peer encouraging relationships and friendships. To promote inclusivity among the population at CHS.
Black students and allies dedicated to providing a safe space for Black students. Strengthen and amplify the voices and experiences of Black people through education, discussion, celebration, service.
C# is a student-run a cappella group that gives students an opportunity to sing together outside of the school day, and explore pop literature.
Chinese club is an inclusive space that promotes Chinese culture and bring cultural awareness through group activities.
Help students feel comfortable in what they wear, conversations about fast fashion industry with effects on the environment. Teach practical sewing skills. Inclusive to all.
A public health club that aims to spread awarness about important issues in the public health field, through creative means - from health care disparities to public policies. Students collaborate and implement projects that will have a direct impact on communities
We develop members' competitive programming/algorithmic problem-solving abilities, provide lessons on algorithmic programming concept, and prepare for competitions, enabling students to improve their problem solving skills and learn about computer science.
Cranes4kids brings a smile to children's faces by making orgami cranes(symbolizing good luck). Monthly we will deliver the cranes to local children's hospitals, possible to earn service hours!
We are a student-led organization with an initiative to help younger kids with social and academic learning through various service activities (letters, read-aloud, origami, etc) and partnering with daycares.
Learn how to knit/crochet in a fun environment to donate projects to hospitals.
To bring food lovers together to celebrate the art of cooking, increase our knowledge of skills, techniques, and recipes, and cook delicious meals from all countries and cultures.
What We Do - Learn skills to secure and harden a multitude of Operating Systems such as Linux, Windows and Cisco
Award Opportunities - Compete on state and national levels. Join a network of experienced high school coders
No Experience Needed. Join a team of passionate and dedicated coders. We welcome all members regardless of your experience.
Eagle Ambassadors are a group of student leaders who will introduce CHS to our feeder schools and community.
To educate all students to the highest levels of academic achievement, to enable them to reach and expand their potential, and to prepare them to compassionate members of society.
The Empire Mock Trial team shares a love of the law, public speaking, and advocacy and competes annually to represent the state at various competitions.
Equality now, Period strives to promote menstrual equity, accessibility, and provide a more inclusive environment by supplying menstrual products to school bathrooms and bettering our community by donating products to those in need.
Practice oral speaking, debate, and collaboration skills and prepare for the National Ethics Bowl Competition
Provide students an opportunity to draft, trade and strategize over fantasy sports.
FBLA-PBL inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences.
To lead every coach and athlete into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and the Church.
Gaming club is a social club for students to meet and play various types of games; these include tabletop, board, and card games.
A United Nations organization whos mission is to unify girls to change the world encouraging standing up for each other through the promotion of health, safety, and education.
WE DO MORE THAN TEACH GIRLS TO CODE. WE PREPARE THEM TO THRIVE AND LEAD IN THE TECH WORKFORCE. Girls Who Code values diversity, equity and inclusion as essential to our mission. We focus our work not only on gender diversity but also on young women who are historically underrepresented in computer science fields.
Promote affordable housing by fundraising for the Habitat for Humanity Chesapeake Chapter.
The Honors Humanities Club provides extracurricular opportunities for enriching activities for those involved in the Centennial Humanities program.
We will teach a fusion dance that comprises Bollywood and classical-style following the beat of the most famous Indian film songs.
Interact is centered around taking action in your community and school and learning about the world to develop leadership skills and friendships while discovering the power of Service Above Self.
The It's Academic club at Centennial competes at numerous quiz bowl tournaments throughout the year, where participants answer questions covering a broad range of subjects, from history to chemistry to even sports. These competitions test not only your depth of knowledge in certain areas, but also your ability to buzz quickly, similar to Jeopardy. It's Academic itself is a televised academic quiz bowl competition aired on CBS. Every year, our club sends a team of three top players to compete against other teams in the area.
The Just Dance Club aims to encourage friendships, relaxation, and physical health through following online dance routines.
Korean American and any students to inquire about the different cultures.
Largest international student led service organization. Serve through our core values: Leadership, Character Building, Caring and Inclusivity. We work to serve and contribute to our community both in and out of the school setting. Fundraising for UNICEF.
LEFA focuses on economics, finance, business, & entrepreneurship and provides resources, opportunities, etc. to prepare students for the real world. With weekly meetings, monthly events, bi-monthly competitions, and semi-annual conferences, LEFA prepares students for business on Wall Street or success in any facet of life.
LetterPals is dedicated to supporting senior citizens and hospital patients through letters, artwork, and communication.
We are a Socratic seminar for your poetry; a safe space to share your words. Join us to find your poetic voice, develop it and learn to what audience you want to direct your work..
We're your gateway to the exciting intersection of medicine and technology. Dive into engaging, hands-on projects, explore the profound impact of machine learning in healthcare. Your skill level doesn't matter—all that's required is your interest in the fusion of medicine and machine learning.
Help secure wishes for kids with terminal illnesses.
Be the change in the world, one wish at a time.
Maryland Voices is a state journal based at CHS and run by CHS students! We publish an annual journal with the the 50 best creative nonfiction pieces written by high school students.
For guidelines, visit: https://marylandvoices.home.blog/want-to-be-published/
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
The CHS Math Journal provides students in our community the opportunity to explore intriguing mathematics topics outside of the classroom. Students produce articles about topics in the fields of both pure and applied math and physics. Students are encouraged to explore new and creative aspects in these broad fields.
Check out past editions on our website: http://chsmathjournal.weebly.com/
The mindfulness club aims to discuss and educate people about the importance of the present moment, perspective thinking, meditation, affirmation writing. We will learn about outside validation, authenticity, and how our belief systems inform our reality. We will incorporate teachings from A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle.
Mock trial promotes public speaking, advocacy, and legal studies in students interested in pursuing careers in law, theater, and public policy.
To better public speaking skills and to better educate students in public events.
Music Mentors provides free music lessons to middle and elementary school students that are a part of Centennial High School's feeder system.
To provide an outlet for Centennial music students to perform in the community.
Support animal rescues through fundraising, donation drives and raising awareness of animal welfare issues
Promote Pre-Medicine education to help students with their understanding of pursuing a career in medicine
To promote the understanding of psychology in everyday life, and to facilitate interaction among students interested in learning about the field of psychology.
Pyoneers is Centennial's programming club that promotes computer science education through student-organized, county-wide programming lessons and tournaments to expose students to programming and inspire them to explore the field of computer science.
Prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
Focus on services, both direct and indirect, which provides for our community. Under the authority of our local Headquarters, our Club is dedicated to strengthen the values of compassion, responsibility, and leadership throughout the whole school.
We identify qualified girls, especially African American high school girls with an unweighted G.P.A. of 3.0 or higher, to actively participate in program planning/execution, support fellow Scholars, and to become involved in the community by carrying out our vision.
Dedicated to opening the path for STEM-based interest in the youth by inspiring and connecting students to future opportunities. To us, research is not just about science in the lab—it is also about the problems we solve, the lives we change, and the people we hope to benefit. By spreading our vision of science for humanity and by making resources more accessible, we hope to inspire the next generation of scientists and leaders.
We compete in 23 different events like biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering, and explore diverse and unique fields, fostering a curiosity to inspire future scientists by participating both locally and nationally. Some competitions may be virtual. We are the number one team in Maryland and have represented our state at nationals for the past 7 years.
To provide a forum for students of South Asian heritage to come together to share ideas, have discussions, and spend informal time with one another.
Speech & Debate teaches crucial skills like public speaking, communication, & critical thinking applicable in any area or field and promotes the mastery of oration & its facets of persuasion, eloquence, and storytelling through a multitude of competitive and educational events.
Contact us email@example.com or Instagram @centennial_speechdebate
The CHS Technology Journal is a great place for all technology enthusiasts. It provides students with opportunities to interact with other students who have a shared interest in innovations and to broaden our knowledge of emerging technologies. The main goal of the journal is to provide an opportunity for students in our community to research, discuss and write articles about technology, and to explore and engage in novel topics outside the classroom.
We play Ultimate Frisbee! We teach each other strategies and techniques and share our enthusiasm for the sport with anyone who joins us. All are welcome!
Helping the world's children: UNICEF engages students (through fundraising, advocating, informing, and hosting events) to empower children in our local community and across the 190 countries in partnership with the initiative.
Dedicated to fundraising and donating to veterans in need. Club affiliation with WWP to give back to the people who served this country. Anyone may join! Email us: WWPatchsclub@gmail.com.
Learn how to develop a web application using React.js! Collaborate with peers in a community of programmers. No previous experience needed.
Raise awareness/provide support for the Wounded Warriors Project through organized fundraising benefiting veterans/families. Educate peers/community about their sacrifices/challenges.