Centreville High School serves southwestern Fairfax County students living in Centreville and Clifton. Centreville High School is part of Cluster 8 and the Centreville High School pyramid, falling within the Fairfax County Public School System (FCPS) district. The FCPS system is the largest public school system in Northern VA. The mission at Centreville High School is to provide a high quality learning environment which encourages students to use their gifts and talents to be productive and responsible. Teachers in this school help each student strive to achieve academic, artistic, and athletic success.
Centreville High School serves students in grades 9 through 12 and offers several diploma options including a standard diploma, advanced studies diploma and a modified diploma.
A diverse group of students attend Centreville, feeding in from one middle school (Liberty Middle School in Clifton) which is located near to the high school and five elementary schools, including: Bull Run, Centre Ridge, Centreville, Powell and Union Mill.
Students living in homes in communities such as Little Rocky Run, Centre Ridge, Faircrest, Compton Village and Singletons Grove are all within the boundaries that report to Centreville High School. The Fairfax County Public School system has created a convenient boundary locator that assists residents with removals eastbourne in determining which public school their child is eligible to attend based on where houses are located.
In addition to providing academic services to students in grades 9 through 12, students at Centreville High School participate in a tutoring program known as STEP CATS program (Saturday Towards Excellence Program). Any Fairfax County student attending a school in the Centreville pyramid in grades 3 through 12 is eligible to receive free tutoring through this program.
The school mascot, a wildcat, is proudly displayed throughout the school and on uniforms, along with the school colors blue, black and silver.
Centreville High School students strive for excellence in academics, artistic fields and athletics. A high percentage of the student body take Advanced Placement Courses and Honors classes in preparation for future college study. Centreville has many computer labs and is considered to be one of the more technologically advanced high schools in the county. This has added to the continued success that the academic program has experienced.
The Music and Theater departments at Centreville High School have been repeatedly awarded with many honors and awards. The Choral Program has six different ensembles for students to be a part of and continually received high ratings at local and regional competitions. The Theater department has put on many productions, many of which have won awards, including Cappies. Centreville’s Theater program has also won state championships in some of their productions.
Centreville has numerous sports teams and has won many state championships in football, indoor track, cross country, lacrosse and outdoor track and field. Centreville fans can cheer on the Wildcats in one of the largest stadiums in Fairfax County.
Centreville High School was awarded the “Good Schools” Foundation Grant for the excellence the school has demonstrated with regard to inclusive programming for students with special needs.