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Center Line High School 2014 - 2015
26300 Arsenal, Center Line, MI 48015
Phone: 586-510-2100 Fax: 586-510-2119
Attendance: 586-510-2107 (Mrs. Webb)
Center Line High School News
Senior Yearbook Portraits: All senior portraits for the yearbook from studios other than Prestige are due to Mr. Hamilton by January 30th. Portraits may be submitted on disc or by e-mail to...firstname.lastname@example.org
Prestige Portraits will be at the high school on Friday, February 13 to take portraits of any seniors not yet photographed for the yearbook or composite. Students may sign up in the office beginning February 9th. The sitting fee is $20, payable to Prestige on the day of pictures.
Jeans for Teens Drive: We will be having a "Jeans for Teens Drive" at CLHS. This drive will help raise unwanted, used, new, and any kind of jeans to those that are in need of clothing. The drive will begin on Monday, January 12th, 2015 through Friday, February 13th, 2015. We will have bins for the donations thrughout the school. This drive will not only benefit those in need but our education as well by having a chance to win a $10,000 scholarship!
Center Line Mom's & Dad's Club Bowling Fundraiser This "adult only" event will be a fun night out for all parents and their friends. Please join us at Regal Lanes, 27663 Mound - South of Martin, 586-751-4770. Saturday, January 24, 2015. Check in 8:30pm- 9:30pm bowling begins. 50/50 ** Mystery ** Lottery Board ** Raffles ** Pizza. $20 includes 3 games of bowling, pizza, salad and shoes. If you don't want to bowl pay $10 for food and fun!
Math tutoring for all grades from 2:30pm - 3:30pm, Tuesdays & Thursdays in room B107
Scholastic Art Awards Congratulations to these CLHS art students for receiving a Scholastic Art Award click link Scholastic winners 2015
Snowcoming Dance Saturday, February 7, 2015 7:00pm - 1100pm K Hall Gym Tickets $15
Online College Database
This is a resource link we are providing for our parents and students to help quickly and accurately search for the best college options for their students. These colleges offer programs that specialize in math careers.
Mr. Ben Gurk - Principal
Mrs. Cassandra Conaton - Assistant Principal
Mr. Rich Ohngren - Athletic Director
Mr. William Stirrett - Student Relations Director
Mrs. Crissy Karaszewski: 9th grade Students
Mrs. Angela Gouda: 10th - 12th grade, letters A - K
Mr. Rich Varney: 10th - 12th grade, letters L - Z
Mrs. Mary Szettella - Secretary to Principal
Mrs. Sandee Miesch - Secretary to Assistant Principal
Mrs. Cozette Slupinski - Secretary to Athletic Director and
Student Relations Director
Mrs. Terri Perkins - Secretary to Counselors
"Learning For All"
School starts at 7:20 A.M. All students should be in the classroom when the bell rings each class period. Parents, please call your child in within twenty-four hours when absent. The attendance number is (586) 510-2107.
Letter to Parents
Please click HERE for important information on school safety: A Letter from the Superintendent
Students receive their initial ID.
If you lose, misplace, or forget your ID, students must pay $5 for each additional ID.
Students may call home and have someone bring your ID or pay $5 for a replacement.
No IOUs will be given out.