Upcoming Community Events

Please see link below for summer workout schedule.


Science Opportunities for Students

Engineering Mentorship Program with Stipend for Rising 10th and 11th graders--deadline extended to June 4

The University of Pennsylvania's Summer Mentorship Program in Engineering is still accepting applications until June 4. The program is currently underpopulated, meaning that applicants have an excellent chance of acceptance.

Participants experience hands-on, experiential learning, through a creatively designed virtual curricula developed to highlight and offer exploration in various career choices and featured professions offered by the Provost’s Summer Mentorship Program. The Engineering program focuses on robotics, including computer science and electrical systems. Each participant will be shipped a robot and electronics kit. Participants will be paid $400 for participation.

To apply, please visit: https://smp.vpse.upenn.edu/

The 2021 STEM-UP Leadership Experience for current 8th-10th graders. Applications due June 1st.

STEM-UP is a virtual summer program and is organized to prepare students for college, while increasing awareness and interest in STEM careers, through activities and experiments involving coding and research/robotics projects. Students attend the camp free of charge. Students currently in grades 8, 9, or 10 are eligible to apply. The deadline for applications is June 1, 2021. Application and more information is here.

Transition to College: Ready, Set, STEM Program for rising 12th graders. Applications due June 6.

Math and chemistry are gateway courses for many STEM majors. This program, for students entering 12th grade in the fall of 2021, will challenge students with math and chemistry coursework, analytical reading and writing in STEM areas, and authentic research experience. The program is offered at no cost and will run in-person at Temple University's Main Campus from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Mondays through Thursdays beginning July 5th and ending August 12th. There is an application process and the deadline for applications is June 1, 2021. For more information and the application link, visit http://stem.cst.temple.edu/.

CHOP Internship for Rising Juniors

There are a few slots available for the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s CHOP-RISES program. CHOP-RISES is a two-summer STEM-M internship designed to build science confidence in high school students that are typically under-represented in research. The 6 week program begins July 6th and includes 3 days onsite at a CHOP research lab with an additional 6-8 hours of virtual learning. Student must be a rising junior to participate.

Central High School's Voter Registration Team will be receiving the Governor's Civic Engagement Gold Award (GCEA) for the third straight year for registering 87% of eligible students!

Join the Virtual Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, May 25 at 1pm to watch Central's Team Captain Sheyla Street introduce Governor Tom Wolf!

The following team members will receive GCEA certificates for their participation: (* = will also receive the Poll Worker Award).

  • Sajda Adam*

  • Laqueenda Adu

  • Rebecca Allen

  • Benita Balogun*

  • Rokibat Bamidele

  • Maryem Bouatlaoui

  • Sofia Cavicchia

  • Mahala Garcia-Bartch

  • Ibtihal Gassem

  • Calvin Macatantan

  • Deedee McClendon*

  • Gauri Nair

  • Anabel Richardson

  • Samyah Smalley

  • Sheyla Street*

  • Zion Sykes

  • Abigail Thomas

  • Julia Trachtman

Link to watch the ceremony: tinyurl.com/GovAward2021

Widener Engineering Virtual Engineering Camp for High School Students!

Dates: July 26-29 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Cost: $100 (Includes shipment of Arduino Kit)

Registration https://www.widener.edu/events/engineering-summer-camp-high-school-students (closes 6.22.21)

Congratulations to all the Central students whose artwork is part of this year's annual Young Artists Exhibition (skip to 50:35 for Central's students' works). Nine of our students are also receiving awards recognizing their excellent talents. We are super proud of all the students and hope that you'll join us in congratulating them.

Kaisa Huang (280) - received the Women's Caucus for the Arts Award

Amelia Jeoung (281) - received the PFT Award

Charlie Yon (280) - received the Center for Learning Through the Arts Award

Daisy Dong (281)- received the Debra Cooperstein Award

Lilly Radon (281) - received the Women's Caucus for the Arts Award

Atari Woodward (281)- received the Debra Cooperstein Award

Ivy Liu (280) - received the Debra Cooperstein Award

Amanda Le (280) - received the Debra Cooperstein Award

Karina Lad (283) - received the Debra Cooperstein Award

Eugene Hamilton (280)

Tierra Brown (280)

Charilize Lopez (280)

Madeline Ashenfelter (280)

Tina Yang (280)

Crissna Keang (282)

Jennifer Salazar-Barrera (282)

Xiushan Ling (282)

Orysya Khmil (282)

Please see amazing opportunity below. If you have any questions contact Ali Shabazz 7340851@philasd.org

  1. The Overbrook Environmental Education Center is looking for minority (BIPOC) students who are interested in environmental or STEM fields and who would like to apply to a scholarship that they are giving out.

  2. Central's Minority Mentorship Initiative is on the lookout for black males who would like to engage in helping to mentor underclassmen during the summer.

Off season training for football will begin the week of May 3rd. Tuesday and Thursday after school. We will meet in the back of the parking lot of the main building 3:00-4:30. Saturday mornings at 9:00 on the football field.

Biomedical Research Academy

Grades 9-11

July 1 - July 23, 2021

Scholarships for SDP students!

Application deadline extended to May 10


The Biomedical Research Academy introduces the experimental basis of cellular, molecular, and genetic aspects of biology, focusing on relevance to diseases. Fusing live daily lectures, faculty research talks, and small group investigation into current research topics, students gain insight into the core of biomedical research, including experimental design, cutting-edge technologies, and recent advances in high-interest fields of research. Students are expected to dedicate approximately six hours daily to the academy (typically three and a half hours per day for live instruction, and about two and a half hours per day working asynchronously) for the duration of the program.

Schuylkill Acts & Impacts Summer Program: FREE 2-day summer exploration of how land-use in the area impacts water quality of the Schuylkill River, water quality testing and kayaking on a portion of the river or a tributary.

The program will take place in Philadelphia June 25th and 26th, approximately 9am-5pm each day. Students will need to commit to a virtual Summit on Sunday June 27th 1-3pm, where all the students will come together to share the results of their adventures.

Contact Stacey Heffernan (Stacey.Heffernan@phila.gov) with questions

Application attached


Please see announcement below regarding Social Studies graduation Awards

Social Studies Graduation Awards 2021.docx

Central High School Virtual Tutoring: Please see link below


Hello Central!

APIU (Asian & Pacific Islander Union) in collaboration with other student orgs has organized an awesome showcase next Friday, April 23rd! Would you help APIU leaders out by posting the following description, including the attached flyer and the link for student registration on your Advisory Google Classrooms? You all are also invited to attend the opening panel/showcase on Friday from 12:30-1:30. Register here for that.

For Google Classroom Post:

May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month – a celebration of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States. Our identity is diverse. It is our heritage. It is our roots in our motherlands. Our connections to our ancestors. It is our call to continue to seek to address the multi-dimensional ways our people confront systems of power at the intersections of race, gender, class, sexuality, religion, disability, migration history, citizenship, and immigration status. Transnational cultural, economic, and geopolitical configurations of racism, capitalism, and colonialism position us differently in relation to each other and to other communities of color.

Asian and Pacific Islander Union would like to invite you to be at the very first API oriented showcase at Central High School. Please look at the schedule and register for the workshop that you want to attend on this Google Form: bitly.ws/cEVW

Exelon STEM Leadership Academy - a free, week-long, mostly virtual* program for 10th and 11th grade girls interested in STEM to learn from women working in STEM and other leaders; ‍ explore sustainability, energy efficiency, renewable energy, and climate change; and connect with like-minded peers. The Academy concludes with an energy challenge and a chance to win great prizes! Each participant will also receive an iPad to use for Academy activities and to take home at the end of the week. Information and application is here: https://exelonstemacademy.org/

Please join us in congratulating the Central Debate Team for winning the award for top school in the Philadelphia Scholastic Debate League this season. Captains Aleksandra Bani and Miller Gentry-Sharpe (both 281) earned the award for first place varsity team and Miller took the prize for top speaker overall. Fiona Gjana (second place) and Brianna Falasco (third place) took prizes in the novice division. We are looking forward to carrying this momentum into next year's season and we will be recruiting new team members soon. Stay tuned for information about our next recruitment meeting. No debate experience necessary!

Please see amazing student leadership opportunity below.

Summary of Role:

Every year the Board of Education selects two students to serve as non voting student representatives. This is an incredible opportunity that allows us to include student voice on the Board and in governing decisions for public schools in Philadelphia. These students commit to attending monthly Board meetings and engaging with Board members and their peers on the issues that come before the Board.

Application Guidelines:

To qualify for the role, students must: be entering the 11th or 12th grade in a District-led or charter school in Philadelphia; have a 2.5 or above grade point average; be willing to represent their peers at Board of Education meetings; value the importance of youth voice; and feel it is imperative to include youth in the public education decision-making process.

Please encourage students that you believe would be interested to apply here: https://www.philasd.org/schoolboard/wp-content/uploads/sites/892/2020/03/SY2020-21-Student-Board-Rep-Application.pdf


Hello Central community! Please see amazing summer opportunities below.

Park Youth Stewards Opportunity:

A new program from the Philly Parks Department with both hands-on and virtual components. All in-person service days (3 Friday afternoons) will be held near Central High School in Wister Woods Park. The application is open to any and all students who are interested in nature and volunteer service (no prior experience is required). The application registration deadline is Monday, March 22nd, 2021.

Info & Application: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSepVA2TiSGTlTMR2ud1mCg7sjUTxX6eibPARdHoXfr11c0zMg/viewform

(9-10th) AI for ALL Summer Program with stipend for current 9th and 10th graders. Application due April 1.

The AI4ALL@GRASP program is a great opportunity for your students to engage with a world-renowned research lab, get hands-on experience working on exciting AI and robotics projects, and connect to role models and mentors from the AI and robotics field!

Who: underrepresented 9th and 10th graders in the Philadelphia area

When: June 21 - July 2, 2021 (2-weeks, excludes weekends)

Where: University of Pennsylvania - no accomodation provided (under current CDC guidelines, the program will be virtual)

Pre-Requisites: No prior computer programming or AI experience needed. No citizenship requirements.

Application deadline: April 1st, 2021

Check out more information in the attached flyer and on the program website.

(9-12th) Summer Programs for Students at Penn

The University of Pennsylvania has a variety of awesome programs for students this summer, including many science and engineering programs. View them all in one handy flyer, and encourage your students to apply! Scholarships are based on need in most cases.

(12th) Council of Great City Schools STEM Scholarship

The CGCS-Bernard Harris Scholarship Program was established to encourage minority students to pursue college degrees and careers in science, technology, engineering and math. The scholarship was created by former NASA astronaut Dr. Bernard Harris, the first African-American to walk in space. Four scholarships, with a value of $5,000 each, will be awarded in June 2021 to two Black and two Hispanic students currently completing their senior year of high school in a member district of the Council of the Great City Schools (of which SDP is a member). Applicants must be accepted for full-time enrollment at a four-year college or university in the next academic year and pursuing a degree in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM). More information is here.

(9th-11th) Drexel Environmental Science Leadership Academy (DESLA). Virtual & residential environmental field programs in a variety of locations (NJ to MO) for studying ecology, botany, geology, field research techniques with esteemed Drexel professors. Scholarships available (through DESLA and also CHS grant). Application deadline is May 1, 2021. More information is here.

Dear Faculty and Staff,

Please join me in congratulating Christian Akili DeBrady (280) for taking 1st place in the School District of Philadelphia's Oratorical Competition! Watch his winning performance here: https://youtu.be/JD9m6ULzRiw

NHS will be hosting tutoring on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The students will be tutoring students from Wagner Middle School on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting next week and will be training this week.


Lets get ready to play some Baseball! If you are interested in joining the Varsity or JV Baseball team there will be a meeting on Wednesday March 10th starting at 3:15pm. The zoom link is below. If you have any questions please contact: Coach Micah Winterstein @mwinterstein@philasd.org


Dear Faculty and Staff,

Join me in congratulating Youma Diabira (280) for being named the School District of Philadelphia Senior of the Month!

Here is the link to the story that was posted on the school district website:


Youma was nominated by her counselor Ms. Kelly Coutts.

Be well and stay safe.


Recently, 26 students (listed below) from Central HS participated in the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (PJAS) Virtual Science Fair Competition. This competition required students to form a unique Research Question, form a Justified Hypothesis and Collect and Analyze data (either their own data or from publicly-available data sets). The good news is that all our students earned either a first award or a second award which is very impressive. First award winners qualify to advance to the State PJAS Competition in May. The 3 highest scoring projects were from Mona Juraboeva, Samar Oubarri and Leandra Powers. Congratulations to all our science researchers!!! Many of these students will also be participating in the Carver Science Fair Competition with the hopes of advancing to the Delaware Valley Science Fair in April.

Gabriel DeVine

Paola Juaniza

Brian Niedermeier

Yatri Patel

Jessica Wu

Benita Balogun

Aliyana Banner

Maria Calderon-Marrero

Ashlynn Daniel

Oscar Gerber

Mahogany Hill

Michaela Jaeger

Jesica Jojo

Mona Juraboeva

Mehonuma Naureen

Samar Oubarri

Leandra Powers

Alexander Poyda

Hudah Rana

Devshree Shah

Yen To

Dennis Lam

Amanda Le

Ifaz Rahmat

Maab Taha

Joseline Tlapaya-Ceron

Dear Central faculty and staff,

Please join me in congratulating the Central High School Scrabble team, which has won the Philadelphia Scholastic Scrabble League for this season and is the 2020-2021 PSSL champion! This has been a wonderful season and, although the season is over, scrabble continues! There are several upcoming tournaments still remaining and the club continues to meet, so if you have any students who would like to participate, please have them contact me at cecopeland@philasd.org

PSSL Scrabble Team

Dejenae Smith

Jessica Wu

Queenie Chiu

Chloe To

Gabriella Putra

Alison Chen

Amanda Chen

Serenity Freeman

Nina Gao

Christine Le

Olivia Dirienzi

Davide Kedeme

David Lu

Lets celebrate our awesome Coaches Mr. Fitzgerald and Mr. Meinhart along with our amazing students listed below for their big win! Central's Science Olympiad club, which is new this year won 1st place this past weekend at the Southeast Urban Regional tournament by a big margin. Great job!

Ashley Xu

Adimchimma Odor

Algjerta Profka

Alison Chen

Andy Dong

Anthony Price

Anupta Argo

David Kedeme

Francis Nguyen

Jaira Marcos

Joseph Oronto-Pratt

Junjie Jiang

Kateryna Suprun

Kevin Eap

Layla Fadheil-Cruz

Luofei Li

Mary Liu

Michael Zavinouski

Nina Gao

Sevinch Rakhmonova

Tasnim Taifa

Tina Dong

Shadowing Announcement

Central High School is pleased to offer a new “shadowing” program, in which students will have the opportunity to visit classes that they are interested in electing for next year’s roster. The shadowing period will take place between March 8-19th and will provide students valuable insight into course dynamics, and help them make a more informed decision about course preferences.

Students are permitted to shadow up to 2 courses. Central’s entire course load will be available, and shadowing is not limited to only AP, IB, and/or Honors classes. The period to sign up for shadowing is February 23-26 and the sign-up can be found HERE. After students select the course(s) they want to shadow, they will receive a Google Classroom Join Code to use exclusively on their assigned shadowing day. It is imperative that students do not join Google Classroom until the morning of their shadowing day, or the District’s system will remove them after 24-hours. By joining the Google Classroom for each shadowed course, students will be able to attend class though the posted Google and/or Zoom Meet link. Students are also encouraged to scroll through course materials, resources, and assignments before attending class.

Although shadowing is an excused absence, students who participate must notify their current teacher(s) in advance, and are responsible for any missed assignments. If course choices change following a shadowing experience, email chsrosteroffice@gmail.com with updated preferences.

Hello all - Thanks in advance for sharing with your families, students, colleagues and partners and posting on your websites, or it could be a topic for You!

PHEAA PAForward March webinar series will be on the following topics:

Borrowing for Education: which loan should I pick (what’s right for me)

As families receive their financial offer letters from schools and determine that education loans may be needed, they’ll find that there are many options to consider – including loans from the Dept of Education and private loan programs. Doing the research and knowing what to compare and consider will be important to overall education debt, keeping it affordable and finding the right fit. Join Daniel Wray and Linda Pacewicz of PHEAA PAForward in a 1 hour webinar to review the different options and details of education loans to assist in sorting out this information.

Register here (click ‘more’) for March 4th -6:30 pm; March 9th – Noon; March 18th – 6:30 pm and/or March 23rd –Noon

Refinancing Education Debt – Is it right for you?

Join us for this informative one hour webinar on refinancing education debt. Current or previous students of any age with student loans may be overwhelmed with their current repayment options or are moving closer to the repayment phase and wonder if refinance may be a better solution. Join Linda Pacewicz and Daniel Wray of PHEAA PAForward to cover the pros and cons, availability of programs and help those interested in understanding more about this topic.

Register here (click ‘more’) for March 2nd – Noon; March 11 – 6:30 pm; March 16 – Noon and/or March 25 – 6:30 pm

AI Camp (www.ai-camp.org) is offering 10 scholarships just for CHS- for their Introduction to AI (Artificial Intelligence) lecture series. This lecture series is the same series that offered at Stanford University last summer and will introduce AI and careers in tech to you. No coding experience is needed. The opportunity is first-come, first serve, and the deadline for registration is at the end of this month. You can register it here: www.ai-camp.org/free-lesson. AI Camp is founded by Stanford Ph.Ds and advised by a Stanford Professor and CTOs in Silicon Valley.

Please share in congratulating the following art students on their awards at this year's High School Sketch Club Show.

Selected images of award winning works

Madeline Ashenfelter (280) ~ Best in Show!!!

Charlize Lopez (280)

Eugene Hamilson (280)

Yvonne Lau (280)

Daisy Dong (281)

Amelia Jeoung (281)

Gianna Fahy (280)

Kaisa Huang (280)

Chelsea Abramowitz (283)

Elle Kesler (283)

Sophia Phen (280)

Raphael Swingley (280)

Hawa Barry (280)

Henry Deng (281)

Ivy Liu (280)

Molly Coats (280)

Attention all students! The Social Studies Department invites you to attend our second annual "Social Studies Elective and Advanced Course Expo" from 2:30-3:00pm on February 16th. Stop by to hear more about our course offerings as well as speak with students who are currently enrolled in these courses. Check out this spreadsheet or visit the Social Studies Department website to view the list of courses, teachers, and zoom links. Question? Email Dr. Drago at EDrago@philasd.org. We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday!"

Please find the NHS flyer for the week. Next week, the schedule will change to accommodate the upcoming Middle School tutoring program.

Also, please find the sign up sheet for tutoring.



Sports Announcement

  • Central winter sports are beginning. If you'd like to participate it's not too late. Please see contact information for coaches below.

  • If you are interested in playing football email Coach Drayton at rdraytonjr@phialsd.org

  • Coach Crawford for boys basketball at jlcrawford@philasd.org

  • Coach E Williams for girls basketball at ebwilliams@philasd.org jv medwards@philasd.org

  • Coach Julien for wrestling at jdjulien@philasd.org

  • Coach Royal cheer at codiroyall@gmail.com

Congratulations to the following students for having their art recognized and awarded by Scholastic Art & Writing

Winning Art Students

Hawa Barry (280) awarded two Silver Keys

Daisy Dong (281) awarded two Honorable Mentions

Kaisa Huang (280) awarded one Silver Key

Amelia Jeoung (281) awarded one Honorable Mention

Luna Moore (280) awarded three Gold Keys, one Silver Key, and three Honorable Mentions

Dejenae Smith (281) awarded one Silver Key

Malyna Soun (281) awarded one Silver Key

Atari Woodward (281) awarded one Silver Key

Xuiwen Zhen (282) awarded one Honorable Mention


AI4ALL@GRASP is a high school summer program run in partnership by GRASP Lab (the University of Pennsylvania's center for robotics) and AI4ALL (a non-profit with a mission to increase diversity in artificial intelligence).

The AI4ALL@GRASP program is a great opportunity for students to engage with a world-renowned research lab, get hands-on experience working on exciting AI and robotics projects, and connect to role models and mentors from the AI and robotics field!

A huge challenge in AI and robotics today is the lack of racial and economic diversity. AI4ALL@GRASP is committed to changing this. As such, we strive to make our program inclusive and accessible to students from a variety of economic backgrounds. Therefore, our program is tuition-free and we offer a stipend for all students.

Right now, they are recruiting for the AI4ALL@GRASP 2021 summer camp.

Who: underrepresented 9th and 10th graders in the Philadelphia area

When: June 21 - July 2, 2021 (2-weeks, excludes weekends)

Where: University of Pennsylvania - no accommodation provided (under current CDC guidelines, the program will be virtual)

Pre-Requisites: No prior computer programming or AI experience needed. No citizenship requirements.

Application deadline: April 1st, 2021

Check out more information on the program website: https://www.grasp.upenn.edu/programs/AI4ALL-GRASP

Three students in Mr. Bevenour’s Photographic Media class had their photographs selected for the 2020 Drexel Photography High School Contest exhibition. This national contest, which is in its 20th year, received submissions from 348 schools from 39 different states. You can view each student’s winning entry at these links, and you can browse the entire exhibition below.


Sabrina Anton, 280:


Ellis Sek, 280:


Isabel Lin, 280:



  • Afrocentric Magazine is launching its winter edition! Send in your winter themed/holiday art, fashion, music, dance, and writing. Submissions close on December 30th! Find us @chs.afrocentric or email us at chs.afrocentric@gmail.com for more information.

  • "In an effort to spark teacher discussion and reflection around equity and our teaching policies and practices, I am seeking student input to participate in "Voices from the Office of Equity and Inclusion". Students are invited to submit short videos, no longer than 5 minutes, giving teachers feedback, sharing their experiences and helping us to see our blindspots in the extent to which our teaching practices and policies may prohibit equity. Students may discuss their experiences in class or school for the purpose of bridging the gap between teacher and students experiences, but may not call out any teachers by name. The office of the DEI thanks you for sharing your concerns or ideas in helping Central to be more equitable, and helping teachers to be more understanding and empathetic. Please share any questions and share your videos with Mrs. Wesley, the Director of Equity and Inclusion, at ebwilliams@philasd.org."

  • Faculty and students:

Barnwell Library is open for all Digital Services !

For any and all research related issues/ questions please set up an appointment to meet with me at this link:


  • "All Things Virtual - Craving a field trip? Hoping to visit a museum? If so, please visit the "All Things Virtual" tab via the Central High School Social Studies Department's website! There you will find plenty of virtual field trips and virtual museum experiences - the world awaits! Please e-mail Dr. Drago (EDrago@philasd.org) with questions or suggestions. Enjoy your trip!

  • Calling All Philly Juniors! Let's Get Ready is committed to helping you to and through college.

  • Youth Volunteer Corps Philly: YVC, aka Youth Volunteer Corps, is a network that branches into different cities, including Philly. Offered are different opportunities that allow you to volunteer and give back to the community instead of just being on the receiving end. Projects include: construction, planting, picking up trash, art, and more.

  • "This week is Computer Science Education Week! As a CS teacher, I am encouraging all of you to check out the daily CodeBytes this week on Code.org. Codebytes are easy-to-digest, 20 minute interactive lessons that will stream daily throughout this week (December 7-11). Every episode features a new lesson that blends computer science with real-world topics. One day, participants will use Dance Party to get creative and express themselves. Another day, they’ll explore environmental sustainability with Artificial Intelligence.

You have two chances to catch each lesson live! Episodes take place twice daily at 11:00am EST and 4:30pm EST. If you cannot watch the lesson live, you will have opportunities to watch the recordings.

The schedule and links to join each session can be found at:


If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Mrs. Schantz via email (aschantz@philasd.org)."

Barnwell Library is open for your convenience and all of your reading / research needs.

Office hours are 2:25- 3:04 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays

  • Attention all Black students! Central's Black Youth Coalition (BYC) is platform for Black students to discuss and work towards solutions for problems both inside and outside of the school environment. BYC also focuses on developing strategies for direct action in order to tackle crucial issues such as: opportunity gaps, mental health in the Black community, discriminatory educational policies, and more. For anyone interested in joining BYC or looking for more information, please email the club's president, Ali Shabazz, at 7340851@philasd.org.

  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is an international organization that serves coaches and athletes to help them navigate life, and grow as leaders on and off the field through faith. Our club meetings (huddles) are just like a real huddle on the field where you discuss the game plan, make adjustments, encourage each other, hold each other accountable, celebrate wins, and learn how to lead yourself and other teammates better. Central's FCA huddle meets on Wednesday at 3:05! For anyone interested in joining, the join code of our Google meet is 24r3sp2. We hope to see you there!

  • Any student interested in joining the wrestling team please email Coach Julien at jdjulien@philasd.org Our virtual season begins this week, you don't want to miss it! No wrestling experience is needed, just the desire to work hard, learn, and get in the best shape of your life.