The Accolade

New Principal, New Plans?

Marjorie Hsu, Co-editor-in-Chief

January 22, 2020

Centennial is searching for a new principal - again. After just one and a half years as Centennial's principal, Dr. Anthony Newbold left last semester to be principal of the South Fulton Magnet STEM school set to be open Fall...

German Club Food Drive Helps Community

Marjorie Hsu, Co-editor in Chief

December 11, 2019

Every year, it is wonderful to celebrate Thanksgiving and Christmas with friends and family on a full stomach. And, organizations like North Fulton Community Charities (NFCC) help low-income families meet their needs with ...

Centennial Student Awarded Scholarship for Peaceful Protest

Marjorie Hsu, Co-editor in Chief

September 18, 2019

Centennial student senior Ethan Asher has been awarded a $36,000 scholarship for leading the organization "March for our lives Georgia," (MFOLG), an organization that advocates for gun regulation. Asher started the movemen...

Dragon Con Returns for 32nd Festive Year

Marjorie Hsu, Co-Editor-in-Chief

September 9, 2019

One of the biggest conventions in Georgia, Dragon Con, celebrated its 32nd, year attracting a record 85,000 and raising more than $110,000 for Dragon Con's 2019 charity, American Heart Association’s Georgia affiliate.  Dragon Con has grown the last ...

Attend Centennial’s First Job Fair!

Marjorie Hsu, Staff Writer

May 6, 2019

Centennial will have its first job fair in the gym on May 9 and 10 during all lunches. It's a great way to not only find a summer job, but to see internship opportunities. Job experiences can help college applications and ...

Newbold offers students a forum to speak out on recent vandalism

Derek Rehberger, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 25, 2019

Students, staff, and the Centennial community as a whole were disturbed by the vandalism of February 4. The drawings of swastikas on the school's front pillars were viewed by many as an anti-Semitic attack and hate speech. In...