Mitchell G. Swenson
305 East 2320 North
Provo, Utah 84604
Phone: (801) 370-4621
Fax: (801) 370-4626
August 19, 2009
to May 28, 2010
See link to monthly calendar
Seventh and Eighth
8:10 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.
August 11 - New Students
All other students will receive a registration packet in the mail.
President: Lisa Jensen
Fees: $2 per year
Word Power Challenge
Ballroom Dance Nationals
National Jr. Honor Society
High Stakes Standards dictates that students who are proficient in the 8 th grade will be promoted to their traditional feeder high school.
Students who are not proficient in the 8th grade, will, on a case-by-case basis, be scheduled for coursework to insure proficiency. In general these students will be referred to Independence High School for remediation.
Special Needs Students
Centennial offers services in counseling, psychology, speech and special needs. Contact the school for further information. Individual students needing special accommodations should notify Mr. Swenson.
School fees will be assessed in compliance with District fee schedules and will vary based on individual needs and enrollment.
Please contact the office at 370-4621.
Centennial Middle School was built in 1996, Utah's Centennial Year.
Centennial Middle School is a standard-based, high stakes school for the 2009-2010 school year.
Centennial offers services in counseling, psychology, speech and special needs.
Centennial Middle School operates under a closed campus policy. Students are expected to stay on campus from the time they arrive, until dismissal. Students can only be checked out of the school by parent or legal guardian.
The Centennial staff reflects a broad range of training, academic preparation and post-graduate study.
Approximately 1000 students from Canyon Crest, Edgemont, Provost, Rock Canyon, Wasatch, Farrer and Spring Creek elementary schools.
Centennial offers the standard core curriculum as well as a wide range of elective courses as well as co-curricular enrichment activities.
Parents are encouraged to monitor their student's performance by using the PowerSchool link shown above.
Computers & Technology
Centennial has two PC's labs for technology classes as well as a Writing/Research Lab and portable lab.
Centennial has had success in helping students transition from the elementary to the high school experience. The Wolf Pack (homeroom) is a place where students develop relationships with a close peer group and a significant adult advocate. Wolf Packs average twenty-one students for each adult mentor.
Centennial works to meet the needs of academically and ethnically diverse student population.
Parent & Community
Centennial Parents are active in supporting teachers and curriculum. Last year they offered approximately 1000 volunteer hours. The PTA is fully functioning and meets weekly to support Centennial academic and social programs.
Please check in at the office prior to contacting students or faculty.
Parents and other adults visiting the school are welcome. We invite them to report directly to the Main Office. We will provide a visitor's pass and assistance.
Provo School District Policy stipulates that no student visitors be allowed on campus during and after school hours.
U.S. Nationals DanceSport Formation Championships 5th place
We The People: The Citizen and the
Constitution Champions 2005-2008
Utah State Mock Trial Champions Spring six times Champions 1996-2008
State Honor Choir Participants
Participant in State Geography Bee Finals
BYU DanceSport Division II Latin Formation Champions 2007
Readers' Digest Word Power Challenge State Champion
National Anti-Violence Essay Contest – Utah State Winner and Runner-up
Utah State Martin Luther King Essay Contest Winners – 7 th & 8 th Grade Winners