PARCC Student Reports

PARCC Student Reports with results from the Spring 2015 PARCC test will be sent home with students Monday, November 16th. Click here to view a video to better help you interpret the results.

Central High School Receives an "A"

Congratulations to Central High School students and staff! The Louisiana Department of Education has released the School Performance Scores of all Louisiana public high schools and Central High School received an “A” with a score of 105.9. This score reflects an increase of 8.5 points over the score received last year. We are so proud of the continued efforts of our students and staff to achieve at such high levels.


Apply for Lunch is an easy and convenient way for parents and guardians to submit applications for school meal benefits online. There is no fee for using the ApplyforLunch website to submit your application for benefits. This service is provided to you free of charge. Entering your application online is quicker, easier, and more accurate than filling out a paper application. Our step-by-step process and guided help makes applying for school meals simpler and easier to understand than ever before. Click here to get started.

Registration Information

Centralized Registration (click here) Please note: The centralized registration times will change beginning August 17, 2015 at the Central Community School Board Office. Click on the link for detailed registration information.

Intent to Register

Complete this form if you intend to register your child in the Central Community School System for the school year 2015-2016. List only children NOT currently registered in the Central Community School System. A separate form should be completed for each child to be registered.




Superintendent's Corner

Please watch Central Today,
Fridays at 6:30 P.M. on the following channels:

Cox Cable:  Channel 21
AT& T/U-Verse:  Channel 99
Computer/Mobile Device:

Michael Faulk
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