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About Us

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Centerville Elementary, located in Centerville, prepares students for a successful today and tomorrow! Caring staff, respectful students, and a small-town feel distinguish this school, serving 572 children from kindergarten through grade five. Our neighborhood school has a rich history of high academic achievement, parent and community involvement, and a dedication to building strong supportive relationships.

Our staff work as a team and genuinely care about each other, creating a culture of collaboration and cooperation. They are committed to having all children learn at a high level and grow socially and emotionally in a safe, friendly environment. We call this “Cougar Pride” - growing in respect, responsibility, right choices and readiness.

What We Offer

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Supportive Community

Our families and the community play an essential role in its success. Dedicated partnerships, parent and community volunteers, and an active PTA help provide unique learning experiences, additional classroom support, and create a comfortable small-town feel.

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We are deeply committed to building strong personal relationships with every child and parent to help all students grow academically, socially, and emotionally.

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Our welcoming environment ensures all students feel safe, respected, comfortable being themselves and share a sense of belonging.

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We focus on student-centered, high-impact instruction with challenging activities to engage learners and meet their individual needs.

By the Numbers

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Serving the community since 1854, Centerville Elementary was built in 1959 with a new addition in 2022 and proudly serves 572 students

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Graduation Rate

Centennial has an above average graduation rate at 95% while the state average is 83.6%.

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Centennial Pride

Over 1,000 students open enroll in the district annually