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Winter Formal

Winter Formal

It’s time for another night of dancing here at Century, and New York City is this theme for the 2019 winter formal. The school will be decorated in all things like taxis, Lady Liberty, and hot dogs. The dance falls on Saturday, January 19th; two […]

The HSD Bond and CHS Improvements

The HSD Bond and CHS Improvements

During the month of November in 2017, Oregon voters decided that the Hillsboro School District would be approved for a $408,000,000 bond. Improvements to technology, structures and equipment, have gone from end of 2018 until the end of 2022. Bigger projects include new turf and […]

Spring Sports Preview

Spring Sports Preview

With winter sports coming to an end mid February to early March,  it marks the preseason of spring sports. All sports hold their first practice on February 25th and although it’s too early for registration, it’s not too early to begin thinking about what spring […]

The Canned Food Drive

The Canned Food Drive

The Canned Food Drive started on December 3rd and ended on December 18th. Students deposited their canned foods in their day 2 period 2 classes. The goal this year was 27,000 cans and 100% class participation. We were still the school with the most cans […]

Foreign Exchange Students

Foreign Exchange Students

        The 2018-19 school year has brought in 6 foreign exchange students. A month and a half into school, we remain with 5 students. The students’ homelands range from all around the world, most coming from Asia and Europe. They all said […]

Losing Space at Lunch

Losing Space at Lunch

        As returning Century students know, the school has recently closed off the hallways that were previously open during lunch. This is one of the causes contributing to amount of students in the cafeteria. Although outside and upper central is open to […]

Winter Break 2018

Winter Break 2018

        Many students at Century are excited for winter break this year.  It lasts from December 22nd to January 6th, which totals 16 days of no school. People are delighted to use these chunk of days to spend time with family and […]

Printing Problems

Printing Problems

        Some students are extra stressed this school year, their teachers are asking them to print and are facing issues. Nothing has actually happened to the printers, but the access points to the printers are disappearing. As most students have noticed,  all […]

A Tribute to Alter Wiener

A Tribute to Alter Wiener

        On December 11th, 2018, the Portland Metro area lost a pillar of the community.         Local Holocaust survivor, Alter Wiener, died in a fatal accident late that tuesday night.         He was well known in […]

Social Media

Social Media

        In the past decade, social media has made an enormous impact in the modern world. One’s social media accounts can completely alter the perspective that people are seen in. Teenagers tend to be the most affected group of people influenced by […]