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Athletics

Our Program

ATHLETICS PROGRAM CORE VALUES

Excellence

By offering a variety of team experiences, we foster a culture of opportunity and discovery in which scholars gain practice at developing vision and showing courage to become positive impactful leaders. As scholars learn lessons in sportsmanship, teamwork, competition and how to win and lose gracefully, they develop a healthy life-style as well as a strong sense of self.


Collaboration, Community, Integrity

These scholar experiences will help to positively develop students physically, mentally, socially and emotionally. Competitive activities also improve school spirit and help scholars develop and strengthen a sense of pride in community. Although scholar participation in athletic activities contributes to the development of individual critical thinking skills and emotional well-being, participation on teams is a community effort, and, therefore, a privilege. Scholars must recognize that this privilege carries with it responsibilities to self, family, teammates, team, Centennial Academy and the entire community of Heroes we represent.


Eligibility Requirements

In order to do our best to ensure the safety and educative value for the children who participate in these school-sponsored activities, we require adherence to certain responsibilities and regulations as follows:
  • Academic Eligibility: All scholars must maintain a passing grade in all subjects in order to participate in co-curricular activities that might take them away from regular study, remediation, and/or tutoring opportunities.
  • Attendance: The scholar must be in school 95% of the days enrolled. In order to participate in practices and games, the student must be present at school for the majority of the school day on the day in question. If a scholar has been absent and wishes to participate in activities, she/he must have the absence excused by receiving permission from the Associate Head of School.
  • Behavior / Citizenship: Scholars must be in good disciplinary standing and abide by school rules and classroom expectations.
  • Physicals: Athletic physicals are required on a yearly basis. The pre-participation Physical Examination Forms must be accepted by the School Nurse prior to any participation in school-sponsored activities. Centennial Academy uses the form provided by the Georgia High School Association, which must be completed by a licensed physician.
  • Athletic Physical Examination Form.pdf
  • Parental Engagement: In order to understand the philosophy, standards, safety measures, risks, and educational approach, parents are asked to attend to one or more of the following informational sources:
    • Parent Athletic Season Meeting held prior to each of the Fall, Winter and Spring athletic seasons
    • Meeting with the Athletic Director (by appointment)
  • Age: Must not participate if he/she becomes 16 years of age on or before May 1st of the current academic year.


Teams

Fall Sports

Flag Football

 

 

Winter Sports

Basketball Icon Basketball

 

 

Spring Sports

Spring Baseball icon Baseball


Track and Field iconTrack & Field


Year Long Sports

A+ Squash logo

A+ Squash


Cheerleading Icon
Cheerleading

Coaches


Julien Siah
Athletic Director


Coach K. Davis
Cheerleading

Allen Henderson
Girls Basketball

 


Coach R. Blackshear
Boys Basketball


Coach Aisha Chadwick
Track/Cross Country



Coach A. Willis
Cross Country



Coach P. Skowronski

News

2019 Middle School Track & Field Schedule   

March 2nd @ Lakewood
March 9th @ Grady
March 16th @ Lakewood
 (Finals for all Middle School Field Events & Prelims for Running)
March 23rd @ Lakewood
(Finals for all Middle School Running Events – “Atlanta Track Classic”)

Order of Events

Field Events @ 8:30AM

  • Long Jump, High Jump, Shot Put

Running Events @ 9:00AM

  • 1600m girls
  • 1600m boys
  • 4 X 100m
  • 400m
  • 100mH
  • 100m
  • 200m
  • 4 x 400m

 

*Rain Dates @ Lakewood 
Lakewood Stadium (Lakewood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30315)
Grady Stadium (929 Monroe Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30308)

2019 Centennial Heroes Baseball Schedule

National League Division

Date

Day

Opponent

Time

Place

March 2

Saturday

Opening Picture Day

10:00 a.m.

John Smoltz Field (Carver YMCA)

March 5

Tuesday

Kindezi

6:00 p.m.

John Smoltz Field (Carver YMCA)

March 16

Saturday

Dekalb County

1:00 p.m.

John Smoltz Field (Carver YMCA)

March 23

Saturday

Bunche

6:00 p.m.

John Smoltz Field (Carver YMCA)

March 27

Wednesday

Interleague

4:00 p.m.

Lakepoint Sports Complex

March 30

Saturday

Genesis

2:00 p.m.

John Smoltz Field (Carver YMCA)

April 13

Saturday

Interleague

T.B.D.

T.B.D.

April 16

Tuesday

AYA

6:00 p.m.

John Smoltz Field (Carver YMCA)

April 23

Tuesday

Jackson

6:00 p.m.

John Smoltz Field (Carver YMCA)

*April 27

Saturday

Quarterfinals

6:00 p.m.

John Smoltz Field (Carver YMCA)

April 30/May 1

T/W

Semi-finals

6:00 p.m.

John Smoltz Field (Carver YMCA)

May  Saturday Championship  7:00 p.m.  John Smoltz Field (Carver YMCA)

ALL HOME GAMES ARE BOLDED
*League Playoffs begin **Top four teams from each division make playoffs

Carver YMCA- 1600 Pryor Rd. SW Atlanta, GA 30315
Wade Walker YMCA- 5605 Rockbridge Rd. Stone Mountain, GA 30088
Lakepoint Sports Complex- 755 Georgia 293, Emerson, GA 30121

 

 

 

 

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