The Lions Den

All About Jeremy

Jeremy Johnson, aka, the most helpful freshman.  He tutors his classmates with anything that they may need help with from math to basketball.  He is also an assistant coach for junior varsity and varsity sports.  His perfect principals honor roll proves that he is the real deal.  Jeremy loves to learn and  help others in his free time.  Can you say ‘role model who sets the standard’ for a Lion at CBCS?!?!

Junior-Senior Banquet

The Junior-Senior Banquet is always a fun end-of-the-year event. The Sugar Factory/Disney Springs was the venue.                                                              This day was devoted to just spending time together . . . amazing!










Sophomore Disney Trip 2021

The class of 2023 recently visited Animal Kingdom. Some of the rides they went to include Mount Everest, The Pandora, several water rides, and many more. Lunch was enjoyed at a burger place. The class is excited for the sophomores who take biology next year, because they had a great time. Chick-fil-A was the final stop . . . to end the night on a good note.

Hello, Summer!!!

Goodbye school, and hello to Summer!  Thank you to everyone who has read our posts this year. We leave you with this Bible verse as we head off into summer break:

“For the Lord God is a sun and shield;

The Lord will give grace and glory;

No good thing will He withhold

From those who walk uprightly.”

-Psalm 84:11

Romans 12:2

Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—His good, pleasing and perfect will.

Lady Lions Beach Volleyball

Central has added a new sport that has everybody excited. This sport is Beach Volleyball. Beach Volleyball is a very tough sport, even tougher than regular volleyball, but it is fun in so many ways. All of the players do their absolute best. We just want to thank all of the players (Jenaya, Valeria, Ileanis, Haylee, Jenna, and Ashleigh), and of course, Coach Maddox. The next tournament will be held May 15 in St.Pete. We hope to see this sport again next year.











National Honors Society

Some of your fellow classmates were given the opportunity to be a part of the National Honors Society to acknowledge their academic achievements. Mrs. Young and other teachers have selected the individuals according to their GPA and discipline report. Congratulations to Jared Alonso, Marcos Ferrer, Faith Martin, Valerie Peneloza-Perez, Haylee Truitt. Ileanis Ferrer, Jake Gallagher, Trinity Heine, Emma Kerzan, Melody Martin, Ethan Newell, Brittany Santillan, and Jenna Zotz!

CBCS 2021 Hats!

Our school’s athletic department is currently doing a fundraiser of selling hats. These hats come in two colors: maroon and black. The hats will cost only $20 each and can be purchased from the office or the gym. The hats can be worn on all days of the week as long as they are not worn in the buildings. You can wear the hats for free in the buildings on days like Jean, Hat, and Hoodie Day. All the money they raise will go towards our athletic program. It will pay for things like new jerseys and equipment for our school’s sports. These hats are a great way to support our school and its athletics and also show your amazing school spirit!

CBCS 2021 Volleyball Camps

This summer our school’s Athletic Director Bill Williard is offering volleyball camp.  The goal of this camp is to give participants the opportunity to learn and practice their volleyball skills.  There will be three available camps: the first will be for 5th-9th graders on Saturdays only [May 15th-June 5th from 10am to 12pm], the second will be for 3rd-5th graders [Week of June 14th- 18th from 9am to 11am], and the final one will be for 6th-9th graders [Week of June 21st-25th from 9am to 11am]. The cost is $40 per camp, each lasting for 2 hours. Volleyball camp registration will be on a first-come basis.  If you would like to improve at volleyball, these camps are perfect for you!

Bookstore Adventures!

Our Book Club recently went on a field trip to Barnes and Noble. They spent time together browsing for books and eating lunch at the food court.  Miss Portervint purchased some Sherlock Holmes books.  The group got to see a Bible encyclopedia.  They were there from lunch until the end of the school day.  If you would like to take enjoyable trips like this next year, consider joining Book Club!