Some call it the Superbowl of golf, but it’s more like the Daytona 500 in that it is the first of the four majors each season. It is The Masters, and unlike most tournaments, it is an invitational and always played at Augusta National. Therefore, the field is smaller and loaded with recent tournament winners. On…Details
Kailey McKnight tried out for Team USA Volleyball. Tryouts were held in 32 cities across the United States, and this Centennial Eagle was one of fifty-five girls selected to move to the next level of competition. Kailey will compete with the best this summer as part of USA Volleyball HP (High Performance) A1 National Select Training…Details
SLW Centennial student Sloan Sizemore competed in the State swim meet in Stuart. She placed 8th in the 50m and 5th in the 100m race.
The girls softball team at St. Lucie West Centennial High School has again been chosen as a finalist in the Allen Sportswear “Dress the Champion” contest. Votes are cast by logging in to the attached link below and voting for the school up to once daily. The winner receives home and away uniforms and coaching attire. Pictured,…Details
Senior Karina Sotolongo anxiously awaits the opening of the IRSC Writing Contest Awards ceremony. The contest has competitors from more than twenty area high schools, and there are three places for each of the four high school grades. Karina won third place as a sophomore, first as a junior, and first as a senior. As…Details
Prince Edouard, Vice-President of the National Honor Society at SLWCHS, has been accepted by Cornell University in New York. Cornell, a prestigious Ivy League university, has an excellent program in chemistry and chemical biology, which Prince has chosen for his major. He plans to attend both medical and graduate school ultimately leading to a position…Details
St. Lucie West Centennial’s National Honor Society members visited the Elliott Museum in Stuart. Through a guided tour, the students were exposed to the museum’s collections and exhibits. The students learned about history, science and technology. It was a fun, educational and entertaining experience for all.
On July 9, 2015, the Centennial Lady Eagles Basketball Team gave back to the community by volunteering at Sarah’s Kitchen. The team volunteers twice a year; at Thanksgiving and during the summer. Thank you Lady Eagles for your time and dedication to our community.
St. Lucie West Centennial High School junior Lauren King has published her first novel entitled A Flower Named Rose. It is a teen romance in which the protagonist, a princess, flees to escape an arranged marriage. Her hope is that on her journey she will find happiness. The publisher is createspace.com, and the book may be…Details
Members of several St. Lucie County high school HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) organizations attended a leadership conference in the beautiful facility of Camp Kulaqua in High Springs, Florida, accompanied by their teachers. The Leadership Development Camp, or LDC, was definitely worth it all. St. Lucie West Centennial HOSA officers left for that weekend…Details