About Centerville Senior High School

About Centerville Senior High School  

Centerville Senior High has an enrollment of approximately 500 students in grades 9 through 12.

Our Mission

Centerville Senior High School, in partnership with parents and the community, prepares students to analyze information, apply technology, and communicate effectively as responsible citizens.

State of the Art Facilities

Our building was built in 1961 with additions added in 1976 and 1981. In 1994, the building was remodeled and up-dated. During the 2000-2002 school year, four new science rooms, a wellness center, and air conditioning were added. The structure includes 36 classrooms, a family and consumer science area, 2 gymnasiums, a guidance area, a pool, an auditorium, 2 music areas, a library, a kitchen, and a cafetorium. Grades K-12 use the music areas, the pool, the gymnasiums, and the auditorium.

In 2012, our Data Center underwent a complete overhaul. 15 servers were virtualized, resulting in a significant energy savings. All buildings are now on an 802.11ac wireless network supporting smart classrooms and 1:1 computing. All classrooms are outfitted with Smartboards. Our internet service went from 5 Mbps in 2011 to 750 Mbps today with room to grow after converting to fiber optic service.

Building Hours

School hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The building will be open to students at 7:30 a.m. and will remain open until 3:30 p.m. Students staying after 3:30 p.m. must be under the direct supervision of a staff member.

7:30 am. Students staying after the 3:00 pm dismissal time must be under the direct supervision of a staff member.

Indiana Youth Survey – Grades 7-12

About the Survey

The Indiana Youth Survey, previously known as the Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Use Survey, has been serving Indiana schools and communities since 1991. Funded by the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction, the survey is administered in the spring of even-numbered years, free of charge, in any Indiana school that wishes to participate. The self-report survey asks students in grades 6-12 a variety of questions about substance use, mental health, gambling, and potential risk and protective factors for these behaviors.
The survey is administered by the Institute for Research on Addictive Behavior at Indiana University-Bloomington, which was housed within the Indiana Prevention Resource Center (IPRC) prior to 2017.

Purpose of the Survey

The Indiana Youth Survey is conducted for two purposes:

  • To provide local schools and their communities with valid estimates of the prevalence of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use among their students, as well as mental health, gambling behaviors, and levels of risk and protective factors present in the students’ lives.
  • To provide the State of Indiana with similar estimates of prevalence on a statewide basis.