Get involved! Be part of something outside the normal school day. Help you school, your community, show your talents, or explore new interests.  Clubs and Activities are the best way to be involved, make friends, and give back! Students are required to have 80 hours of Interscholastic or Extra Curricular Activities completed by graduation.

More information is available by clicking on the website links below, or contact the sponsor listed.
Annual Staff
Ms. Shipley, Rm. 417
It is a special and honorable thing to be a part of the great Centennial tradition that spans the course of generations. Graduating generations of professionals – talented, influential, some famous, and all Bulldogs. "The Bulldog", our annual has been there to capture the brief moments in time that make our school, our community, and our legacy live and breathe. Students who are part of 'Annual Staff' have a special place in preserving and documenting Centennial history. Students can take Annual Staff as a class, and continue that work after school hours as a club.

Art Club
Dr. Doerr, Rm. 418/419
If you love art and want to share it with others who love to create Art Club may be for you!  Meetings are after school on Tuesdays until 4:00 p.m.

Centennial Ambassadors
Mrs. Kelley, Mr. Thielemier, Main Office
The Centennial Ambassadors aim is to make Centennial a welcome place for everyone! They host Freshman Orientation, help students on the first day of school, or help parents at Open House and 8th grade night.  Ambassadors are the Centennial Welcome Committee!

CMBC
Mr. Gallina, Rm. 402
Centennial’s Media and Broadcasting Club (CMBC) is open to students in Centennial’s Journalism program who are interested in broadcast, electronic, and new media endeavors. This includes live broadcast, video production and filming techniques, social media content development, and event hosting.  CMBC has weekly creative meetings and produces content during Mr. Gallina’s 2nd Hour Digital Publishing course.  By participating in Digital Publishing and CMBC, students will be prepared to pursue post-secondary Mass Communications and Media studies. 

DECA
(Distributive Education Club of America)
Mr. Petrick, Rm. 520
DECA is an international association of high school and college students and teachers of marketing, management and entreprenurship in business, finance, hospitality, and marketing sales and service. The organization prepares leaders and entrepreneurs for careers and education in marketing, finance, hospitality, management, and other business areas.

Drama Club
Mr. Montera, Ms. Khosla, Mr. Macias
Are you an aspiring actor? Always dreamed of performing on stage? Get involved with our Drama Club. We do 3 productions a year, including our yearly musical production. If you're a 'behind-the-scenes' kind of person with an artistic talent for designing sets or scenery, consider Drama Club. Lots of fun and camaraderie!

FBLA
(Future Business Leaders of America)
Mrs. Maestas, Room 519
FBLA is the largest premier student business association in the world. Our mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career developments programs.  Centennial FBLA follows this mission with opportunities for students to compete and learn business skills at school and throughout the state.

FCB
(Fellowship of Christian Bulldogs)
Mrs. Fadenrecht, Rm. 314
Students looking for Christian fellowship are invited to join us on Wednesdays, during all 3 lunches. We also have monthly game nights, and Friday fellowship and pizza. Contact our sponsor for more information.

The 2016 Centennial GAPP group in Beutelsbach, Germany. 
Frau Moosbrugger, Rm. 307
The GAPP club, or German American Partnership Program, furthers the relationship between Germany and America by helping German and American students exchange visits and experience the cultures of their cities and countries.  GAPP members travel to Germany every other year.  GAPP members also host German students and teachers at Centennial every other year.  You do not need to be in a German language class in order to be a member of the GAPP club.

Frau Moosbrugger, Rm. 307
Fun, cultural activities for students interested in the German language or German culture.  You do not need to be enrolled in a German Language course to join German Club.  German Club also host the German National Honor Society at Centennial.

Girl Up
Mrs. Odell, Counseling Office
Girls are powerful. When they’re educated, healthy, and safe, they can transform their communities. When girls stand up for girls in need, they empower each other and transform our world. Girl Up engages girls to take action and help the hardest to reach girls living in places where it is hardest to be a girl.  
Girl's Cabinet helps out at 'Cowboys Kickin' Cancer' Fundraiser
Mrs. Holly Smith, Rm. 515
Centennial Girls Cabinet is an organziation that pays it forward!  Volunteering, hosting events, or giving their time to raise funds, show appreciation or help the people in their school and community.  Membership requires teacher recommendation. Please contact the sponsor for more information.

HOSA
(Health Occupations Student Association)
Mrs. Anaya, Rm. 408
Future Health Professionals is a student organization designed to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science education students, therefore, helping students meet the needs of the health care community. Interested in a career in Healthcare? Join HOSA.

Mrs. Van Hee, Rm. 306
Benvenuti! Join the Italian club and immerse yourself in the cultures and customs of Italy. Italian club members are also eligible to be a part of the Italian National Honor Society. Members do not have to be in an Italian class in order to join.

Key Club
Mr. Petrick, Rm. 520
Key Club is an organization sponsored by Kiwanis International. Key Club assists Kiwanis in carrying out its mission to serve the children of the world. High school student members of Key Club perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. They also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions at the club, district and international levels.

Mr. Simms, Rm. 302
National Honor Society honors the best academic students at Centennial.  NHS members host the Academic Letter Assemblies and participate in community service projects. Students interested in NHS must have a 3.5 gpa or higher, and submit their application for selection. Visit our web page for more information or contact our sponsor.

Newman Club
Mr. Montera, Mr. Petrick
Newman Club is open to any student who wishes to enjoy fellowship and food.  The club meets every Tuesday during all 3 lunches, in Room 416. Students eat and discuss current issues facing students with a Roman Catholic influence. Discussions center on how to cope and face the challenges students may encounter. Students do not need to be Roman Catholic to attend.

Spanish Club
Mrs. Wejebe, Rm. 303
Join the Spanish Club and immerse yourself in the cultures and customs of Spain, Central and South America.  Spanish Club members are also eligible to be inducted in to the Spanish National Honor Society.  Members do not have to be in a Spanish class in order to join.

Centennial Speech & Debate Team ready for a meet
Mr. Montera, Rm. 210
Show off your public speaking talents! The Centennial Speech & Debate team travels to competitions throughout Pueblo as well as State and Nationally!  Founded in 1884, this organization boasts lots of tradition and talent!

STUGO
(Student Government)
Mrs. Shipley, Rm. 417
The goal of our organization is to represent the student body of Centennial. To promote harmonious relationships among the students, teachers, administrators, and the community. To promote the educational and personal welfare of the students, and to promote attitudes and practices of good citizenship by all Centennial students. Above all, excellence is our tradition! We welcome any student interested in leading and participating in school activities, parades, assemblies, and so much more! Please inquire about running for a position in Student Government in room 417 or contact Ms. Shipley. We hold elections every spring, for the upcoming school year.

Ms. Moosbrugger, Rm. 307
Are you an aspiring novelist? Dreaming of being the next J.K.Rowlings? Then writing club is the place for you! Visit the web page for links to the 'Young Writers Program' and more information!