Seniors Who are College Bound
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Senior Athletes who are College Bound
Senior Athletes who are College Bound
Valedictorian and Salutatorian 2017
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Bhavya Girotra, Salutatorian
Hailey Langenkamp, Valedictorian

High School News
Attention Class of 2017

May 26 at 8 PM. Practice is at 2 PM in HS gym. Line-up for graduation at 6PM.
Friends and Graduates/former Students of Celina High School, click below to register for the Celina School District Alumni Association:
Senior Picture Upload for the Anilec Yearbook 
Instructions to Upload Your Senior Picture:
1. Access Herff Jones Web site at: 
2. Type in the access code for our school which is: celina  (type all lower case!) 
3. Fill in your information completely.
4. Follow prompts and upload ONE senior picture. Picture should be portrait orientation. Head to waist photos are best so there is not a lot of landscape. (Your photo is only going to be about 1-3/4 x 2-1/4 in the yearbook).
Photos should be uploaded by February 28, 2017. Your photographer may do this for you.  


Place your photo into an envelope in the front office and write your name (first and last) on the ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE ENVELOPE (NOT THE PICTURE!) , and place in the designated collection box, located in the front office. 

Important CHS Testing Dates and Times from Mr. Metz
March and April 2017 ACT & EOC Testing Schedule
Students and Parents, Please feel free to download and print this schedule of the March and April ACT and EOC Testing dates and times.
Winners in the READ Scavenger Hunt Contest
Baylee Garrett and Mackenzie Hoskins Win 2017 YearbooksBaylee Garrett (left) and Mackenzie Hoskins each won a 2017 yearbook in the first-ever READ scavenger hunt at CHS. The teachers had their picture taken with their favorite book to celebrate National School Library Month 2017. The pictures were made into posters and hung around the building. Students enjoyed finding each teacher and confirming their book title. Various prizes were handed-out and each person then had their name entered in the Grand Prize drwaing for two yearbooks. - Mrs. Baltzell
Ms. McFarlin, CHS Grad, Authors and Signs Her Two Books
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Author Shannon McFarlin grew up in Celina, OH and graduated from CHS in 1972. Now she lives in Paris, TN and is a published author of two books for sale on Amazon: Camp Tyson and As If They Were Ours. The research of McFarlin, whose parents and grandparents housed soldiers and construction workers as the Camp was being built, details the World War II Barrage Balloon Training Facility in Paris Tennessee. She said, "The people that lived in Paris, TN had opened their doors to soldiers and construction workers while the Camp was being built, and, at one time, my family had a total of 5 families living under their roof." She offers a unique perspective in her books.
A writer in high school, McFarlin was a member of the Journalism Club and wrote for the newspaper, The Citadel. Later she worked for the Daily Standard and in 1991 won First Place in the Ohio Associated Press Contest for Investigative Journalism. Since then, her life has been filled with journalistic endeavors.
Ms. McFarlin signed a copy of each of her books, and they have been placed in the Celina High School Media Center collection for students to read and use for research.
Students created a display case in her honor as well (pictured).

Cabinet Class Designs & Builds
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New Cabinetry Class Designs and Builds Kitchen

There is a brand new cabinetry class at Celina High School under the instruction of Mr. Todd Topp and Mr. Andy Mikesell. During the 2016 Fall Semester of school, the students designed and built kitchen cabinets for Mr. Steve Stewart’s Job Training class. Students involved are pictured above (with their project) left to right: Dalton Smith, Cole Lochtefeld, Hunter Goins (front), Ian Hawkins (back), Bryce Langenkamp, Hunter Markins, and Devon Kuehner. The group is currently working on a second kitchen project.

Veterans Day Project
20161116102210246_image.jpg imageTo celebrate Veterans Day, CHS students in Mrs. Watson's classes made survival bracelets for active duty military members. The classes raised funds and made a total of 150 paracord bracelets which will be sent to service members in care packages as a part of Operation Gratitude. The bracelets can be used in many ways and for many purposes, but most importantly they remind our service members that they are not forgotten. We at Celina High School sincerely thank all members and veterans of the US military for their service.
Ms. Hainline's Civil Rights Class Travels to Underground Railroad Museum November 2016
Ohio Means Jobs
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Ohio Means Jobs is a resource available by the State of Ohio.
Its purpose if to help parents, students, teachers, counselors and community members
work with students on their Career Planning Information.. Click Here for a toolkit of helpful info.

Click here to begin your Student Back Pack Planning tool.

Anilec Yearbooks - Order Now
Pre-order your 2017 Anilec Yearbook for $70.00
After December 31, 2016, the price goes up to $80.00 
Click the link below to order a yearbook 

Remember this order number 13892 as you will need it online.

The 2016 Anilec (for 2015-16 school year) has arrived.  

Current seniors, juniors, and freshmen:
Yearbooks may be picked up before or after school.
If your last name begins with the letter A-L, you may pick up your Anilec from Mrs. Bader in Rm. 116.
If your last name begins with the letter M-Z, you may pick up your Anilec from Mrs. Langmeyer in Rm. 104.
If you did not order an Anilec last year but would like to purchase one, see Mrs. Langmeyer.
2016 Graduates:

Yearbooks can be picked up in the high school office.
There are extra past years of books for sale.
Stop in the office at CHS for information or
ask for Mrs. Langmeyer or Mrs. Bader, advisors.
New Celina Spirit Squad and Celina Athletic Boosters App

 The Celina Spirit Club and the Celina Athletic Booster Club have teamed together
to bring a fun and rewarding activity to the school and community.

They have purchased a cell phone app that can be used to collect points and win prizes
when users attend events.

The app is called The Dog Pound and is free through the app store on your cell phone.

First, download the app.
Second, attend an event, open the app, and check in.
Third, your cell phone GPS will verify your location and assign your account points.
Fourth, collect points and win prizes (for students only).

Show your Spirit by attending and rooting on the Bulldogs!


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