A couple of weeks ago Ben Molloy and his Central Campus homebuilding class removed bleachers from what used to be the Tech High natatorium. But they didn’t let all of that lumber and history go to waste. The class used the repurposed planks to build two playhouses that will go up for auction on eBay. And there’s enough wood left over to use in a full-scale house that the class is constructing near Easter Lake. Click here to read an see more.
We are excited to serve you again, and our students have some great menus planned for this Fall semester. Get ready for finger-lickin’ goodness Thursday, December 2. We will be open from 10:50am – 12:30pm. Click on me to see the menu!
Over 2,400 JROTC Cadets, instructors and parents attended the U.S. Army JROTC Raider National Championships in Molena, Georgia over the past weekend. Under the leadership of instructor Robert Webb, SFC (ret), Iowa’s largest Army JROTC program earned Third Place Overall in their first outing at the annual event. Our Army JROTC Red Bull Battalion 3rd … Read more »
Many of you might remember Central Campus had a swimming pool. As renovations continue to advance our complex for better instruction of our young adults, one of the changes includes removing the pool. For a couple of years, the area has been closed from use and as of last Thursday, all the bleacher material from the … Read more »
On Wednesday, November 2 Brenda Fonseca from Kemin and Dr. Spector from DMU came to present to Central Campus Neuroanatomy students that they would be partnering to provide research opportunities in Neuroanatomy with a $20,000 grants given to DMU to sponsor students from Kacia Cain’s College Anatomy and Physiology program. This three-way partnership will provide invaluable experiences … Read more »
Des Moines Public Schools students come from all over the world, and so do visitors to the district. Today, Central Campus and Central Academy welcomed Afghanistan’s Ambassador to the United States, Dr. Hamdullah Mohib. The former war refugee met with Des Moines Schools Board members, staff and students. Click here to learn more about the 33 year-old diplomat and his message.