Oklahoma Centennial High School

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1301 Ne 101st St

Oklahoma City, OK 73131

(405) 587-5200

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Grades: 7 - 12

School Type: Public

Student Enrollment: 400

Students Per Teacher: 8

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7 Parent Reviews for Oklahoma Centennial High School

This is really nice school. I am a former student from Centennial mid-high school. Its not the school, it is the students. So to all the people out there saying it a bad school, you are wrong.The building isn't bad, It is the students. The students aren't serious so the teachers aren't serious. For ...  Read more

Posted by a student on 11/24/14

Students play loud music and cannot stay quiet for learning to occur. They get up and walk around the class. When you ask them to do their work, they throw the papers on the ground and say "don't care". Many of them talk back to you and ask repeatedly if they could leave class. The behaviors are so bad ...  Read more

Posted by a teacher on 05/29/14

This is beyond the worse school in history. They have so many fights. They have lock downs every other month because of gangs or fights. The school has no teachers there that can handle the kids. The kids run the school. The principal talks to the parents as if they are dogs and talks about the kids. ...  Read more

Posted by a other on 07/09/13

This school is horrible I do not recommend this school at all. To many fights so your child has a small chance of learning teachers quit on us. It's only and handful of teachers that care. Bad attitudes throughout the whole building. Even the staff in the office gossip about the students. Nothings good ...  Read more

Posted by a other on 06/19/13

This school is the worst I've ever seen. The teachers can't teach because of the violence. There is no respect for adults or authority. My son is a special needs child while there he was bullied every day and physically attacked. His jaw was broken and 3 teeth was knocked out. The principal acted like ...  Read more

Posted by a parent on 04/11/13

This school isn't the best school iin Oklahoma Public Schools but its not the worse. there are many things that can be done to this school to make it better. The teachers doesnt care as much as they shoud.

Posted by a student on 05/05/10

It is a well academic school and my child is well educated you can play sports and all kinds of activities

Posted by a parent on 04/07/09

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OCCT EOI* Test Scores

Grade Level: All

Test Year: 2009
Oklahoma Centennial High School
Oklahoma City Public Schools
Oklahoma
* In 2008-2009 Oklahoma used the Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests End-of-Instruction (OCCT EOI) exams to test students in high school in algebra I, algebra II, English II, English III, geometry, biology I and U.S. history upon completion of each course. The OCCT EOI is a high school graduation requirement. The OCCT EOI exams are standards-based tests, which means they measure specific skills defined for each subject by the state of Oklahoma. The goal is for all students to score at or above the satisfactory level on the test.

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Oklahoma City schools — Oklahoma Centennial High School is located at 1301 Ne 101st St, Oklahoma City OK 73131. 1301 Ne 101st St is in the 73131 ZIP code in Oklahoma City, OK The school district for Oklahoma Centennial High School is the Oklahoma City Public Schools. Oklahoma Centennial High School is a Public school that serves grade levels 7 - 12.
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