Centennial Park School is an alternative school for 160 high school students in the Centennial School District who are seeking a small, active and challenging educational alternative. CPS students apply their knowledge and develop a deep sense of civic responsibility as they acquire the academic and critical thinking skills necessary for college or a career. Founded in 1993, CPS has a long history of offering a high-quality educational program.
Please note: We have updated our attendance line. Please use this number to report any student absences or late arrivals. 503-762-7456
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The event location is accessible to persons with disabilities. A request for an interpreter for the hearing impaired or for other accommodations for persons with disabilities should be made at least 48 hours before the event to the Building Lead Secretary at 503.762.3202
to discover their passions and develop the strong academic
and life skills required for healthy, vibrant lives of learning,
and positive participation in the community.
CPS Students Update School Hallways With Student Designed Art
Students are participating in updating and beautifying the bland school hallway walls with their own original ideas and handiwork! The decorated walls look a hundred percent better already and everyone is eager to see the finished work! Students love engaging Learn More
CPS qualifies as Title I school
As CPS heads in to the second half of the year, it does so with some exciting news on the horizon—we will be receiving some additional grant money due to our new status as a Title I school. This means Learn More
In December, CPS students successfully completed their third season of volleyball. Donna Brent coached the team, with support was provided by Brianna Wilson and Liz Koetje. Lupita Espinoza served as team captain. Several alternative schools in the area partnered together Learn More