Monday, November 3 will be a scheduled delayed start for the district. School will begin 2 hours after the usual start time. Buses will run 2 hours later than their usual time.
The Men's Cross County Team advanced to the State Finals at Saturday's regional meet in Portage. Marissa Mohney also earned a trip to the State Meet with an 11th place finish in the women's race and a spot on the all-time Top 10 list for senior ladies.
A full ACT practice test for juniors will take place on Tuesday, November 4 from 7:50am-12:10pm. There will also be a parent meeting to go over the results and answer any questions parents may have about the test or test prep on Tuesday, November 18 at 6pm in the library.
7th Grade COUNTY CHAMPS!
Left to right, back row: Mrs. Roxane Rice, Kenleigh West-Wing, Ainsley Webb, Isabel Stauffer, Zoey LaBarre, McKenzie Sheteron, Joanna Larsen, Coach Jane Rumsey. Front Row: Lauren Rice, Austyn Payne and Madison Schrader.
8th Grade COUNTY CHAMPS!
Left to right: Samara Schlabach, Samantha Bartelt, Macey Schrock, Molly Kirby, McKenzie Troyer, Ivy Lewis, Abby Nighswonger, Logan Jourdan, Whitney Morris, Coach Mallory Palmer.
CENTREVILLE HIGH SCHOOL NAMED A 2013-14 REWARD SCHOOL
CHS has been identified as a High Progress Reward School showing significant improvement and sustaining this growth over several years. Click the link below to read the letter from the State Superintendent.
Centreville Public Schools mission is “to educate all students to succeed as productive citizens in a global community.”
Thank you for visiting the Centreville Public Schools website. The Centreville Public School district is located in St. Joseph County in southwest Michigan. Our school is a small district with approximately 1,000 students K - 12. Centreville Public Schools is a very special place for students. We have a long standing commitment to continuous improvement, through systematic collaboration. All teachers, support staff, and administrators share a common focus and a common goal of improving students learning. Our goal is to provide an excellent education in a safe and secure environment for all our students. We are committed to providing students with the opportunity to obtain a quality education and a variety of programs that all students deserve. Our core curriculum provides learning experiences that give students a solid foundation of skills, knowledge, and understanding that is necessary for continuous growth and development. Centreville Schools is proud of the community, parents, staff, and students that make our school district committed to and deserving of excellence. Centreville Public Schools is the place to receive an “Education of Excellence”.
Our district recently received several outstanding accolades. In 2012 Centreville was the number one school of choice in southwest Michigan. The Class of 2013 was ranked number one in St. Joseph County in five of the six core subject areas of the ACT/MME. The Class of 2014 was 1st or 2nd in every subject area. The high school has also been named a "Rewards School" in the state of Michigan. This recognition means that Centreville High School ranks in the top 5% of Michigan high schools in the state's top to bottom ranking. It is also based on academic progress over the previous four years. These positive acknowledgements are further evidence of the dedication of our staff and their commitment in the pursuit of educational excellence.