Central High School Welcomed Osborn Middle School 8th Graders to Campus

Posted by Communications on 2/7/2018

Central High School welcomed Osborn Middle School 8th graders to campus, January 31.  Calling them the Class of 2022, each student received a passport and collected stamps for exploring the many opportunities.  They went to a physics class to se how energy is being stored and transferred, and learned that they need three years of science for high school graduation.  They stopped to pick up a copy of Central’s newpaper,The Central Echoes, learned about Career and Technical Education (CTE) progams such as marketing, business, culinary, child development, engineering science and sports medicine. There were stops at the bookstore, gymnasiums, library (where students check out 15,000 books per year), learned about the 16 Advanced Placement offerings, completed an anatomy experiment in science, checked out the flagpoles representing the Global Studies magnet, learned about visual arts including digital and traditional photography and picked up some Phoenix Suns swag from the Suns-Central program.  Central also has 43 student clubs, and AIA sports across the board, including swimming and badminton.