Centreville High School
Centreville High School
CENTREVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
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Centreville is one of the most technologically advanced schools in the county. Centreville has six computer labs. Each academic department also has its own wireless computer lab (laptops with wireless Internet access) as well as three wireless labs that the media center allows teachers to sign up for. There is wired and wireless network and Internet access in every room of the school, including the cafeteria. Centreville currently has 992 computers and 83 wireless access points.
Centreville’s Theater program won the first State Championship for the school in Theater and went on to represent the State of Virginia at the Southeastern Theater Conference and placed there as well. Two years later, the Centreville Theater again won the top prize in the State of Virginia for an original work entitled, "Alpha and Omega" written and produced by Centreville Theater students Darren Biggs and Jon Janis the prior year in 1994, and remounted with new direction by Roy A. "Skip" Maiden. The play then went on to win the Southeastern Theater Conference of 1995.
The Centreville Chorus Department, consists of students in six different choral ensembles, spanning from grade 9 to 12: Men's Ensemble (Beginning Men's Chorus), Women's Ensemble (Beginning Women's Chorus), Concert Choir (Intermediate Mixed Chorus), Bella Voce (Intermediate/Advanced Women's Ensemble), Symphonic Choir (Advanced Mixed Chorus), and the Madrigal Ensemble (Advanced, extracurricular, mixed ensemble).
Centreville High School is categorized as a AAA-class high school, as defined by the Virginia High School League.
Centreville has athletic teams in 28 different sports. Men's Sports include: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Ice Hockey (club), Indoor Track/Field, Lacrosse, Outdoor Track/Field, Soccer, Swim/Dive, Tennis and Wrestling. Women's Sports include: Basketball, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Dance Team, Field Hockey, Golf, Gymnastics, Indoor Track/Field, Lacrosse, Outdoor Track/Field, Soccer, Softball, Swim/Dive, Tennis, and Volleyball.
The school's athletic program is one of the most storied and successful in the Washington D.C. metro area, with both individuals and teams earning titles and championship berths across its sports program since 1991.
Centreville has one of the largest high school football stadiums in the county. Centreville's stadium, named after William E. Trussell, Jr., the school's first principal, has capacity seating of about 7,000.