Centennial High School Student Expo

CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE a special partnership between its own in-house makerspace (The SPaCE) and STE(A)M Truck, a new mobile makerspace.  The collaboration between the two will further introduce Centennial students to a dense, multi-faceted curriculum that is designed to pull them, and their teachers, out of their comfort zones and build skills that will contribute to their career success.

“We are very pleased to bring the STE(A)M Truck to Centennial High School,” said Principal Kibbey Crumbley. “As the first high-school makerspace in our district, it is fantastic when we get the chance to build community collaboration and make even more innovative learning experiences available to our Knights family.”

Four “Student Spark Days” throughout the school year offer a fast-paced, hands-on, festival atmosphere using a range of tools and technologies for students to engage the connections between science, technology, engineering, arts and math.

At the end of the year, the school will host a Student Expo Day on May 2, 2018 from 6 - 8PM in the Centennial Learning Commons, where its makerspace is housed. The expo event will showcase student work created in the SPaCE throughout the school year. The entire community is invited to attend the expo and to speak to students about their experiences. The partnership between the Centennial SPaCE and the STE(A)M Truck this year was won by Centennial High School through a Fulton County Seed Fund grant.