Our Students

Students should enjoy going to school and learning new things.

Centennial Academy is an inclusive environment that welcomes students with a wide range of learning challenges, including ADHD, dysgraphia, dyslexia, and autism spectrum disorders.

Our students share a desire to feel respected and accepted, to enjoy going to school, and to experience success.

“Centennial has really impacted my school life in only positive ways and I am looking forward to ending secondary 4 on a strong foot and next year succeeding and getting into a good Cegep.”

Testimonial Brandon Glazer - Grade 10
Brandon Glazer - Grade 10

“From day one, I felt the learning environment change, the smaller classes and more attentive teachers. To me, I find it wasn’t the work that became easier, but the way I was taught it became easier to understand the material. For example, math, Mr. Elbling has become one of my favorite teachers because of his way of teaching is much more comprehensible, and because of that I managed to increase my grades by just over 20%, from a 70% average to a 91% average. Mr. Elbling isn’t the only teacher who has helped me out, and I have been seeing improvements in all my grades.”

Testimonial Jesse Castelli - Grade 10
Jesse Castelli - Grade 10

“Before attending Centennial Academy I was going through a lot of pressure mostly because of my school work. I was very nervous before coming to Centennial, I wasn’t sure if I would fit in and make as many friends as I did at my old school. The first few days of school went by and I was very surprised how I managed to fit in and get much better grades than I did at my other school. The teachers want you to succeed and they are much more implied to help us.  The pressure I felt was instantly gone, my grades were a lot better and I was surprised  of how much I liked the school.”

Testimonial Anonymous - Grade 10
Anonymous - Grade 10

We guide our students on this journey of self-discovery and achievement.

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Although they are unique, our students share a desire to learn how to learn, to feel respected and accepted, to enjoy going to school, and to feel prepared to move ahead in life.