Our current course offerings can be viewed here. Our online curriclum fair can be viewed here. Our course catalog can be downloaded here. We have two course selection sheets this year. This course selection sheet is for rising 9th graders. This course selection sheet is for rising 10th - 12th graders. Some of our courses require an application and/or recommendation form. Click here to see our list of courses that require one of these.
The CVHS Career Center is located on the first floor, in the classroom just off of the cafeteria. It is open M-F (7:15-2:45) or by appointment. The Career Center provides information and access to college and career computer programs, college resources, financial aid, testing information, career information, job listings, summer opportunities, and volunteer programs. Click here to learn more about the Career Center.
Some testing dates (such as the SAT/ACT tests and the AP tests) have met set for the school year. Others (such as the SOL tests and final exam schedule) will be made available when they are finalized. Click here to see our testing schedule.
Click here to download our SAT/ACT testing guide. This includes the registration dates, the testing dates, new procedures for each test, what to bring to the test, how to send scores to colleges, waiver fees, information about students with disabilities, and anything else you might have questions about regarding the SAT and/or ACT. Click here to download a copy of our SAT/ACT Frequently Asked Questions.
Centreville High School is excited to offer all students the opportunity to access the SAT Method Test Prep programs FREE through their Family Connection account. Since the programs are available online, students can have access from any web-enabled computer, making it easy for them to study when it's most convenient. With SAT Test Prep Method, students can hear audio explanations of test questions, access strategy guides for each test, complete full-length practice tests, track their strengths on each test and much, much more. Access to the FREE Method Test Prep program is available 24/7 by logging on to your Blackboard page, click on Family Connection, then Colleges and the Test Prep link will be on the left side of the page. Questions about this exciting new program? Stop by the Career center during CATS or lunch to see a demonstration and get started on this free Method Test Prep program.
Many presentations and workshops are put together throughout the school year to help students and parents of students with academic career planning. When a student or parent is unable to attend a presentation, many times the information can be viewed online. Click here to see some of the presentations we have offered this year including our military options presentation, senior night presentation, rising freshmen presentation, junior night presentation, NCAA presentation, and our junior planning guide.
The College Partnership Program is now accepting applications for membership for the fall of 2013. The College Partnership Program is a motivational program designed to increase the academic aspiration and enrollment of students in college. Services include academic counseling, college orientation, and parent and community involvement. Factors for Applicant Consideration are as follows: (CPP Students are not required to meet every one of these criteria.)
1. Represents first generation college attendance
2. Demonstrates the ability to achieve and maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5
3. Is a member of one of the “No Child Left Behind” subgroups identified as being in the achievement gap.
4. Demonstrates a willingness to pursue advanced coursework
5. Demonstrates leadership in school or community activities
Applications are available in the student’s school counselor’s office. College Partnership Program Application Deadlines:
* Applications due to CPP Advocate (Nancy Schneider): March 15, 2013
* Applicants notified of acceptance: April 30, 2013
* Orientation and induction for students and parents: Fall 2013
For more information about the College Partnership Program, contact Ms. Schneider at NWSchneider@fcps.edu, or visit http://www.fcps.edu/is/schoolcounseling/collegesuccess/cpp.shtml.
Graduation requirements differ slightly depending on what year a student entered a Fairfax County Public School. Click here to see the graduation requirements based upon the entry year of the student.
To enroll a new student at Centreville High School please call Karen Clifton, the school registrar at 703-802-5422 or email her at Karen.Clifton@fcps.edu to setup an appointment. For setting up the appointment a phone call is the preferred method. The parent/guardian of the student must be the ones making the appointment. For the registration appointment itself, the student and at least one parent/guardian must be present. Click here for more information.
School Tours for New Students to Centreville High School will be available to students and parents by appointment. To make an appointment, please contact Karen Clifton at 703-802-5422. Tours will begin promptly at 2:45. Students with their parent should meet in the Office of Student Services. After the tour concludes, you will have an opportunity to meet with a member of the counseling team to answer any questions you may have.
Tour dates will be March 19th, April 24th, May 22nd, and June 12th.
Current students should use this PDF file to request transcripts. Based on the application deadline, seniors should have all necessary paperwork for recommendations turned in and transcripts requested by these dates.
Family Connection is a web-based service designed especially for high school students and their parents. Family Connection is a comprehensive website that helps students as they make decisions about academic plans, colleges, and careers. Family connection is linked with Counselor's Office, a service used in FCPS school counseling offices to trank and analyze data about college and career plans, so it provides up-to-date information that is specific to each student's school. Click here for more information on how to access.
Students may turn in schedule change request forms with consent of their parents, teachers, and counselor. Because of spacing and availability, changes may not be possible. Click here to download the forms.
The senior seminar page is useful place for seniors to look to as they go through the college application process. Click here for more information.
The Undergrad Awards Ceremony will be held on May 28th at 7 pm in the Theatre. Department and community awards will be presented. Students who are being recognized will receive an invitation to this event in the mail.
The Senior Awards Ceremony will be held June 4th at 7:30 pm.Seniors who have accepted academic/merit scholarships will be recognized. CVHS Departments will also recognize excellence in their individual subjects. Invitations will be mailed to the families of seniors who will be recognized.