What It Means To Be A Bulldog
Ivory Martinez, Sports Staff
Being a Bulldog means following the tradition of respect and dedication to whatever you put your mind towards.
It's about being 1-0.
Being a Bulldog means tradition. Everyone win my family has gone to Centennial from 1928-2019.
It means you are apart of a family, people that will support you through anything and just a fun time.
Being a Bulldog means that you get to be apart of something special at this school, a place that everyone can be their own person but at the end of the day we all get to call ourselves Bulldogs and we will always be.
It means that I'm one of a thousand people that can call themselves a Bulldog.
Being a Bulldog means being courageous and never being afraid of what's ahead.
Being a Bulldog means that you are apart of something bigger than yourself, apart of a family that comes together to concur anything.
Being a Bulldog means friendship.
Being a Bulldog means a lot to me. A lot of my family members went to school here, and the school spirit is the best. I love going to games because of the spirit, it's honestly a second home.
The tradition at Centennial is huge, which makes school spirit super important, which I enjoy. I also love that Centennial is like a melting pot and everyone is so different, but manages to get along pretty well.
Being a Bulldog is an amazing thing. I attended Centennial when I was in high school so it feels like my second home.
Being a Bulldog is being apart of a family, deep tradition, and academic excellence! I graduated a Wildcat and when I came over, wearing red felt a little foreign. I sent my kids here and the experiences and education they received- outstanding! I am grateful I have been able to wear red and blue with pride!!