Center Point High School

  • Our mission is to develop critical thinking individuals who will graduate from high school prepared to meet the demands of the 21st century, be college and career ready, be lifelong learners, and become socially responsible members of society.

School News

  • Congratulations to the CPHS Cheerleaders

    Congratulations to the 22-23 CPHS Cheerleaders for winning the Top Team Trophy, for exemplifying best cheerleading techniques, skill incorporation and performance, and for having squad members identified as All-American Cheerleaders. CPHS, we are proud of your Soaring ability!

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  • Center Point and Erwin Leaders

    Center Point and Erwin leaders shared successes, challenges, opportunities for growth and their appreciation for the support provided to their schools at the Chamber of Commerce luncheon. Yes, we are tremendously grateful for the unwavering support from our Center Point community.

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  • A Chorale Performance at the COB

    The Center Point High Chorale performed at Jefferson County Board of Education to provide a glimpse of the exceptional talent of our students and our chorale director.

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  • FBLA

    Mark Hatten, Jr. received 1st Place in the FBLA Help Desk competition. Kamiya Williams won 1st Place in the FBLA Network Infrastructure competition. Both students have advanced to the National level competitions in Chicago from June 29-July 3.

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  • National English Honor Society

    Our National English Honor Society members visited Center Point Elementary School to help spread the joy of reading to our feeder-pattern students.

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  • Youth Leadership Conference

    Congratulations to junior, Jackie Hurst on his graduation from the Youth Leadership Forum. Jackie, we are proud of you and your participation in the 2021-2022 leadership class.

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  • Congratulations to our DECA Winners!

    We are elated that our CTE students competed in the DECA competition and received first and second place in the Business Growth and in the Innovation Plan competitions. DECA is essential because the organization prepares emerging student leaders  in the areas of marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges.

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  • Ready to Work Field Trip

    Students traveled to Valleydale Baptist Church to visit a Ready to Work Expo with other Jefferson County and Birmingham schools. We are providing and supporting our students with post-high school career opportunities. 

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  • CTE Networking Bonanza

    The CTE Networking Bonanza provides juniors and seniors the opportunity to demonstrate their values, skills, and professionalism while simultaneously receiving face-to-face training in effective business networking by some of the leading professionals of Jefferson County and beyond.

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  • FCCLA Competition

    CPHS students display a uniform presence at the FCCLA competition. Eagles, you are showing a professional demeanor.

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  • 2022-2023 Center Point High School Cheerleaders

    Let's congratulate the 2022-2023 Center Point High School Cheerleaders. Let's be appreciative of their leadership and cohesiveness and be motivated by their enthusiasm and spirit.

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  • AAMU Scholarship Tour Bus

    AAMU Scholarship Tour Bus made a stop at Center Point High School to provide scholarships and make college possible for our worthy students. We thank AAMU for making hopes and dreams come true for our scholarship recipients.

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  • SkillsUSA Competition

    In the SkillsUSA Central District Competition, Bria Hayes received 2nd place in “Job Skills Demonstration A", and Destiny Alexander has advanced and will compete in the "Class Project Individual” at the State level in April. We are proud of our students' accomplishments!

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  • Feeder Pattern Annual Title I Meeting

    Parents, our Feeder Pattern Annual Title I Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, September 13, 2022, at 6:00 P.M.  We will discuss our school-parent partnership, opportunities for parents and students, and our commitment to ensuring the success of your child. We look forward to your attendance.  

    To join, please click on the link below.

    Feeder Pattern Annual Title I Meeting


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  • Free Tutoring is Available

    Free Tutoring is Available
    Assistance with reading, math, ACT prep, and homework is available from 3:15 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. daily. Please sign up to receive free evening academic assistance at CPHS.  

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  • Third Semester SOAR Program 

    Jefferson County Schools will continue to offer the Third Semester SOAR program. This program will enable students to gain mastery of concepts that were not learned during the regular school year. The Third Semester SOAR program is by invitation only, and the application must be completed by May 1, 2022. Please click the button below to access the SOAR Program application for 2022.

    SOAR Program 2022

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  • 2021-2022 Second Mile Teacher


    Congratulations to Dr. Tara Donald Walls, the Center Point High School 2021-2022 Second Mile Teacher. Dr. Walls provides quality instruction, teaches with purpose and ensures a climate of high expectations. Dr. Walls, thank you for all that you do!

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  • CPHS Administrative Professionals


    We celebrate our indispensable administrative professionals. The professionals ensure a smooth and orderly office work environment every day. These support individuals are flexible, efficient and welcoming to the community of Center Point. They coordinate our school’s appointments; ensure budgetary spending; adhere to financial reports protocol; draft letters; and schedule teacher and parent meetings. Our administrative professionals are tremendously vital to our daily school operations. We congratulate them and we sincerely appreciate their commitment to work effectiveness.

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  • Get Caught Reading 


    At Center Point High School, we anticipate seeing everyone having their eyes and thoughts deeply immersed in a reading journey. Get Caught Reading was established in 1999 by the Association of American Publishers (AAP) to encourage people of all ages to spend time spreading the joy of reading.

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  • eSchool Payments

    Please click below to access information regarding Jefferson County Schools' new online payment system.

    Online Payment Letter

    Online Payment Instructions

    ePay QR Code

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  • Schoology and Technical Support Resources for Students and Parents

    We are pleased to announce that Schoology and technical support is available to students and to parents. Please click on the link below to access the needed support.

    Student Technical Support

    Parent Technical Support

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