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First Place: Pedro Da Silva
Second Place: Cynthia Vu
Third Place: Amaodo Oguagha
All of the winners from the city-wide
Contest were from Mr. Gulliet's class.
Drafted by Texans
UConn Early College Experience
After a long night Friday patiently waiting for a phone call that never came, Trevardo Williams was hoping that the wait would not be so long on Saturday in realizing his dream of being selected in the NFL draft.
That special phone call came about 90 minutes into the fourth round, with the Houston Texans selecting Williams, the former Central High School star, with the round's 27th pick (124th overall).Read Story Here
Coach Cadelina Retires
After sixteen years and 93 victories, Coach Cadelina has retired as the Central football coach.Click Here
Chorus PicturesCoach Gordon
Art AwardNEASCPeer to Peer Program
Brian Gordon knew he had as good a chance as anyone to become the Central's next head footballcoach.Being a teacher at the school, not to mention the team's defensive coordinator, put him in greatposition. But regardless of the Bridgeport school district's choice, Gordon was going to make sure thecity's strongest football program remained in tip-top shape.Click Here for Story
Central High School is proud to offer support for students that are struggling with substance abuse issues. Counselors and social workers are available at ALL times during the school day to provide support. Small groups meet periods 1, 2, 3, 6, and 7 in room E107A, or students may seek individual counseling or referrals to community based programs. Additionally, there is a Substance Abuse Counselor available every day after school from 2:30-4:00 with whom students may meet if they do not wish to miss important class time during the day or if they would like support that is more intensive. Please contact any administrator, counselor, or social worker for more information.School Uniforms
Pants/Shorts/Skirts/Skorts = black or tan/khaki
Polo shirts = black, red, or whiteSchool Uniform Letter (Click here)All students must be in school uniform, effective August 29, 2011
Central High School has unveiled the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS). PBIS is a systems' approach to discipline that emphasizes prevention, instruction on social skills, and data-based decision-making to both reduce problem behavior and improve academic performance. Adult Education
For more information, like our behavior matrix and how PBS works, please click on the link :Link
BRIDGEPORT — Bridgeport Adult Education is currently holding registration for fall classes, including high school diploma classes, GED classes and English as a Second Language classes. All are free to Bridgeport residents, ages 18 and older.Letters
Day classes are offered at the Adult Learning Center, located at 48 Kossuth Street. For more information on this program, please call 203-576-8097.
Evening classes take place at Central High School. For more information, call 203-275-1509.
Prom Pictures!Annie 2013 - 2014 CalendarPoetry WinnersBaseball Aims for States
Central Aims for StatesHarlem ShakeBridgeport Juneteenth Contest
BRIDGEPORT -- The mantra the Central baseball team has adopted this spring is a very simple one: one game at a time. Although this may seemed cliched, the Hilltoppers' one-by-one approach to the schedule has a definite purpose in mind. Central wants to win at least eight games in order to break a six-year state tournament drought.Read Story Here
Central Seniors swept the Bridgeport Juneteenth Contest.
Mr. Juneteenth : Jordan Lane & Joshua Colon
Miss Juneteenth: Emiley Charley
Miss Juneteenth Second Runner-Up: Margaret Meghie
Central Wins FCIAC Basketball
What: Central High Football Golf Tournament Fundraiser
Where: Whitney Farms Golf Course Monroe, CT
When: Friday June 28th 11:30 Lunch 12:00 noon shotgun start.
Join us for a day of food, fun, and golf. All proceeds to benefit the Central High SchoolFootball team. Please contact Brian Gordon Head Football Coach at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Parent Center Essay Contest
Central defeated Trinity Catholic 75-67 to win the FCIAC Boys Basketball Championship.
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Central's Science Fair Winners
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"What is the X Factor"
How do different drinks effect how long a person can hold a note?
First Place City Winners and College Scholarship Winners
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AP Computer Science
Standing with Coach Dave Cadelina and surrounded by his teammates, Andrew Louis holds the John E. Johansen Memorial Trophy as most valuable player following his team's victory over Harding, 30- 22, on Thansgiving. The victory also gave Central the City Championship with wins over its two Bridgeport rivals, Bassick and Harding.
Barnum Essay Winner
Raquel Maldonado had one of the top 5 scores among Puerto Rican females in the US on the AP Computer Science Exam.
Monsurat Olaosebikan had the highest score among black students in Connecticut on the AP Computer Science exam.
US History, Spanish Language and Computer Science had 100% passing rates last year on the Advanced Placement exam.
Central Alumnus Wins Congressional Gold Medal
Jeleeza Davis won the 127th Annual Barnum Essay Prize Contest. Jeleeza's's topic was Keep Dreaming, Keep Pushing, and Keep Living.
Jeleeza's teacher is Ms. Ann Trapasso.
to go to the Barnum Essay page and read Jeleeza's's essay
| |Central High Alumnus Knighted
BRIDGEPORT -- Shortly after graduating from Central High School in 1943, 17-year-old Lavell Lynch heard African-Americans could join the U.S. Marine Corps. He figured he would try it out. "I was an adventurous type of young man," he recalled.Lynch's parents didn't know their 5-foot-7-inch, 130-pound son had enlisted. "My father had a fit," Lynch said. His mother simply said, "Let him learn for himself."
On Tuesday, Lynch, now 85 years old, will receive a Congressional Gold Medal in Washington, D.C., for his service as one of the first African-American Marines in the country.
Lynch was a member of the Montford Point Marines, a segregated group of African-American Marines based in Jacksonville, N.C.
Parent and Family Engagement
Bridgeport's soon-to-be British knight eschews shining armor -- and for that matter, he doesn't often wear white tie and tails, which is the usual getup for a man in his position.But on Tuesday, May 15, Antonio "Tony" Pappano -- a 1977 graduate of Central High School -- has an invitation to join Queen Elizabeth at London's Buckingham Palace. And for the occasion, he will be "dressed to the nines," wearing a morning outfit -- daytime formal wear that includes full tails, a waistcoat, tie, striped or black trousers and a top hat.
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