|May 17, 2013 |
The Wyoming Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction has been asked to write a report on the status of all schools in the state. As part of this report they are collecting input from educators, parents and the community. You thoughts and feedback are essential to this process and could be extremely helpful to the development of future educational policy. Please take a few minutes to respond.
Below are links to the three different surveys: Educator, Parent, and Community Member. Please fill out the survey(s) most applicable to you.
Central High (9-12)
Dr. Steve Newton, Principal
|Central High School has a well-deserved reputation of high academic achievement, championship athletic programs and successful clubs and organizations. Central High School has an extensive offering of co-curricular activities that includes DECA, FBLA, FFA, FCCLA, speech and debate, SkillsUSA and We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution. These activities and others earn state, regional and national recognition on a consistent basis. Central is a comprehensive, four-year senior high that offers a varied curriculum to its student body of approximately 1,300 students.||
General Information ~
|Advanced Placement courses are available to students in English literature and English composition, French, Spanish, chemistry, physics, biology, U.S. government, U.S. history, world history, art, music theory, statistics, calculus AB and calculus BC. Concurrent enrollment agreements with community colleges now exist to allow and encourage students to earn college credit while in high school in computer science, physics, calculus, English composition, construction technology, auto body, drafting, health occupations, culinary arts and Army JROTC—the oldest core of cadets in a public high west of the Mississippi. All students have extended learning opportunities through the Education Station and extended-day classes. As an NCA-accredited institution, Central is proud of the faculty and students who work together to achieve academic performance that exceeds state and national norms on the PAWS, SAT and ACT tests.|