Orientation & Early Laptop Pick-up

Orientation will be held Monday 8/1- Friday 8/5. The schedule below details when students should arrive each day based on their last names and grades. 

  8/1 8/2 8/3 8/4
  Seniors Juniors Freshmen Sophomores
Time Last names beginning with the letters    
All sophomore students will arrive a 6 o'clock PM. Mr. Faulk and school representatives will highlight important changes to students career pathways. Students will also complete their orientation during this time. DINNER WILL BE SERVED!
7:30 A-B A-B
7:30 Females
8:30 C-F C-F  
9:30 G-K G-K  
Closed for Lunch 10:30-11:30
Males attend from 11:30-2:30
10:30 L-O L-O
11:30-12:30 Closed for lunch
12:30 P-S P-S  
1:30 T-Z T-Z  
2:30 Closed Closed Closed

Students will only be able to participate at their scheduled times. Thursday and Friday (8:00 -2:00) will serve as make-up days for those who cannot attend their scheduled times. 

Obligations from the 2015-2016 school year must be cleared before orientation! Please be reminded that only cash payments for obligations will be accepted! Call the front office (261-3438) for more information.


Students who wish to pick up their laptops early can do so starting Wednesday July 27th-29th. 


New Photographer

Attention 2016-2017 Seniors: 

Central High School now has an official photographer: 

Eric Frank Photography
12416 Hooper Rd. Suite B
Central, La 70818
(225) 262-5500
Please contact him using the above information to schedule your portrait appointments.  These will be the official ones used in the yearbook.  Any questions contact Ms. Winter at awinter@centralcss.org Thanks!


 Summer Information

<span style=">Central High School 2016-2017 Dress Code and Other Rules

Human Geography AP Summer Assignment

Human Geography AP Maps

Summer Reading List 2016-17



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Central High School is a Title I school. We receive funds to provide additional academic support and learning opportunities to help low-achieving children. The purpose of Title I funding is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high quality education and reach, at minimum, proficiency on challenging state academic achievement standards and state academic assessments.
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