Students at Centennial enjoy access to many visual arts activities and events such as
Urban Art crew, mural wall painting, and the ArtWorks festival.
Centennial's Urban Art Crew is a group of graffiti artists and other artists (with a unique artistic style) that are into urban art (it's more than just graffiti) . They paint murals and canvases. They get to work with a professional artist.
ArtWorks Festival promotes careers in all Art disciplines to senior students (especially grade 10). Students get to interact with professional artists through workshops (Dancers, actors, painters, DJ's, etc.).
"Color Me Happy" is CRHS art club; selected artists get together to work on various art projects (murals, cards, posters, etc).
The CRHS Junior Play is performed in March by our talented students in Secondary 1, 2 and 3. An original production written by Ms. Lesley Webb and directed by Ms. Lesley Webb and Ms. Debbie Edayanjilil, it is always a crowd-pleaser!
We have wrapped up the 2017 Senior Play: 21 and the audience loved it! Well done to our Sec. 4 & 5 actors and to Ms. Joyce, Ms. Marriott and Mr. Jude.
The music program at Centennial Regional High School offers students the opportunity to select an instrument and learn how to play music. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced level player, all students will have the opportunity to learn how to play and develop their skill level throughout their high school experience.
Our music program has something for everyone. These options include:
Concert and jazz band where students can play a woodwind, brass, or percussion instrument;
The pop/rock stream which includes guitar, bass, piano, drums, and vocals;
Electronic music where students will learn the development of digital sound using circuitry based music software and technology;
Students can also choose to participate in Vocal Instruction Tech, where they will receive coaching and learn proper singing, breathing, and harmonizing technique.
Not only will music students learn how to play, but also how to express themselves through music. They’ll learn how to read music notation as well as the rudiments of music theory and ear training.
Class time is spent developing their playing skills and working towards the end-of-year concert where they get to showcase their talent and hard work for family and friends to see.
In addition to the end-of-year music show, beginner-level and advanced students have many opportunities to perform outside of class time through various school shows and extracurricular activities. This includes out-of-school competitions like Glee Club, MusicFest and community performances, for those who choose to participate.
My door is always open at lunchtime for students who wish to practice, form bands, get additional instruction, or for those who are simply looking for a safe, fun, and friendly environment to spend their lunch hour. It’s a great opportunity to make new friends and to learn a skill to carry with you forever. Everyone is welcome!
If you are interested in what our music program has to offer, check out the links below from Centennial Regional High School’s YouTube channel, where you can see performances from previous years’ Music Shows.
For more information, please contact music specialist Ms. Barrasso at email@example.com