• School Tours


    Red Wolf

    Centennial Campus Magnet Middle invites you to #JoinOurDen! As a University Connections and Leadership magnet, we offer many opportunities for our students to grow and learn. We are excited to share our story with you. 

    Tour Dates/Times

    *Please note that some tours are VIRTUAL and some are IN-PERSON. Our in-person tours will include seeing the 6th-grade area, the cafeteria, and outside space.  All persons on the tour MUST wear a mask at all times (even when visiting the outside area). Only 3 people per family (including the future Red Wolf) may attend an in-person tour.  The virtual tours will include seeing spaces through video clips. On both tours, you will learn our school's story.  

    • VIRTUAL October 26th | 3:00 PM
    • In-Person November 2nd | 2:00 PM
    • VIRTUAL November 9th | 3:00 PM
    • In-Person November 16th | 3:00 PM
    • In-Person November 30th | 3:00 PM
    • VIRTUAL December 14th | 3:00 PM
    • In-Person January 6th | 3:00 PM
    • VIRTUAL January 11th | 3:00 PM
    • In-Person January 18th | 3:00 PM
    • VIRTUAL January 25th | 3:00 PM

    REGISTER: https://bit.ly/TourCCMMS2122 


    We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the WCPSS magnet school application process

    The WCPSS magnet application is open from October 15, 2021, until January 27, 2022.

    Please contact the Magnet Coordinator, Lindsay Strickland, at lstrickland2@wcpss.net with any questions.


    Check us out on Twitter: @CCMMSRedWolves

    And on Instagram: @CentennialCampusMS




    “I'm so impressed with the interactions between teachers and students.  The amount of encouragement the teachers provide for these kids - at such an impressionable age  - is truly amazing. We are thrilled to be a part of this Red Wolf community! “ -Christine Carey, Parent

    “I really like that our school does community circle. We also go on field trips to NC State and we partner up with the Friday Institute.  Our Wolf Rallies are really fun, we come together as a family and engage with each other.“ -Ananiah Best, 8th-grader

    “In the first few weeks of being here, at Centennial, I found myself very interested in the different variations of afterschool activities to join.  I am very pleased with the generosity of the staff and their ability to listen to the students in need. We are also able to share our thoughts and feelings. Overall I'm very grateful for my continuous experience here.” -Bailey Crocket, 6th-grader

    Red Wolf Students