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Daily Announcements

  • Science Olympiad will be holding a brief meeting on Thursday after school in Mr. McCrumb's room, room 306
  • Swim team practice is cancelled today.
  • Cheerleading practice is cancelled for today. All cheerleaders need to go home immediately after school.
  • The PTSA will be in both cafeterias Thursday - Dec.18th to sell spirit wear. Students, we hope you will join the PTSA because we are having an ice cream social Jan. 23rd. Only students that have joined will be able to participate in it. Membership is $5.00. Ms. Smith will be in room 208 on Wednesday - Dec. 17th from 9 a.m until 2:30 p.m. For those who would like to purchase central T-shirts or hoodies for christmas presents:
    T-shirts: small, medium, or large are $13.00
    XL, 2L and 3L are $15.00
    ALL HOODIES ARE $25.00

  • 'Tis the season to be jolly! So come be silly with us and join in the folly! Let's have a little fun the week before break, a little effort is all it will take! Let's take it a bit further, a little competition is nice! The students will be voting for the best department each day, so check your daily themes twice!

  • Daily themes fr December 15th- December 19th
      Monday-Silly socks day
      Tuesday-Santa hat day
      Wednesday-Reindeer antler day (you can get them at the Dollar Tree 2 for $1)
      Thursday-Ugly holiday sweater day
      Friday-Christmas bow day(wear a wrapping bow)
  • Final exams are next week. The first semester ends Friday, Dec. 19.
    • Tuesday,12/16 1 & 3A
      Wednesday,12/17 1 & 3B
      Thurday,12/18 2 & 4A
      Friday,12/19 2 & 4B

    Central At A Glance

    Located in the heart of downtown Louisville, Kentucky, Central hosts some of the most academically talented students from across the district. Students are selected to attend Central through a competitive admissions process that includes achievement test scores, grade point average, personal essays, and teacher recommendations. Only 30 percent of the freshmen applicants are accepted.

    Central graduates 98 percent of its students, over 90 percent of whom enroll in college. Of those who enroll, 83 percent re-enroll in college the following year. Central graduates are ranked among some of the most notable athletes, businessmen, and politicians. Central alumni include Muhammad Ali, Lenny Lyles, Woodford R. Porter, Lyman T. Johnson, and many others.

    Central High School Magnet Career Academy offers a precollege curriculum consisting of Magnet Programs for students. These programs are offered in four distinct areas: Business, Law and Government, Computer Technology, and Medicine.

    Central, a Title I school, also offers Advanced, Honors, and English as a Second Language programs to help students meet graduation requirements and accelerated studies. Central offers a variety of courses to challenge students at the highest level. Students may earn college credit by taking AP and/or Dual Credit courses.

    Originally called The Louisville Colored School, Central High School was one of the largest progressive schools for African American education. Today, Central continues the rich tradition by providing students with a diverse educational experience.

    Home of State and Regional Championship Athletic Teams combined with an Award winning music department, Central also offers over 60 groups and clubs students can engage in to enrich their overall academic experience. Central's success is also evidenced by the millions of scholarship dollars seniors earn each year, as well as the students who are chosen as Kentucky Governor's Scholars and National Merit Semi-Finalists.

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    Student of the Month

    Congratulations to our student of the month, Kiana Gilbert. Kiana is a senior in the Computer Tech. Magnet. She has a 3.5 gpa and is also a member of the yearbook staff. Our athletes of the month are Jodia Bishop and Stevon Beason. Jodia has been a cheerlearder for four years and has help the team win several competitions. She has a gpa of 3.3 and is a senior in the Law & Government magnet and is on the yearbook staff. Stevon is an senior in the Speedway magnet. This year, he had 13 touchdowns (78 points) and rushed for 1,612 yards. He was instrumental in getting our football team to the State Championship this year.