91HUB

Mission

  • 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

  •  Craft

    Academy of Craft Training Students

    We are tremendously proud of our Academy of Craft Training students. These students have the opportunity to learn directly from construction industry professionals in a workplace-style environment, work as interns with local construction companies and receive job offers upon graduation. Congratulations to these fine, hard-working students.

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  •  Tour

    Regions Bank Tour

    Our students, with the sun glaring in their eyes, took a photo prior to taking a career readiness tour to Regions Bank. Students learned about banking, and they also had an opportunity to assist customers in the drive-through lane.

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  •  Students of the Month

    Students of the Month

    Congratulations to these fine students in Grades 9-12 for being selected as our "Students of the Month."

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  •  CPHS 2023-2024 Varsity Cheerleaders

    CPHS 2023-2024 Varsity Cheerleaders

    We are pleased to announce that the 2023-2024 Center Point High School cheerleading team will be competing in the AHSAA Central Region Varsity Co-Ed Cheerleading Competition. Congratulations, team!

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  •  Blood Drive

    Center Point High Blood Drive

    Our CPHS Health Science class organized a blood drive. Our student donors gave blood to help the Red Cross maintain a stable blood supply to help save the lives of others. Remember, when you give, others live.

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  •  Honor Roll

    Honor Roll Ceremony

    Students were recognized for their Quarter 1 A and AB Honor Roll success. May these students continue having academic success and achieve honor roll status during Quarter 2 - Quarter 4.

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  •  University of Alabama Tour

    University of Alabama Tour

    Center Point High School students visited the campus of the University of Alabama. Students received information regarding academic options, campus life, dorm room types, financial aid, and the benefits of attending the University of Alabama. We are elated that our students are more knowledgeable regarding college opportunities.?

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  •  Outstanding

    Outstanding Achievement Award

    Congratulations to Amy Taveras for receiving the A+ College Ready Achievement Award. Amy, we are proud of you.

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  •  Dual Enrollment

    Dual Enrollment

    Students researched dual enrollment programs and gained valuable information regarding opportunities that would enable them to receive college credit while still in high school. They decided to take a US History dual enrollment class during Spring 2024. Moving forward!

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  •  Tutoring

    Center Point High Tutoring

    Center Point High School? tutoring is available to students on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:10 p.m. to 4:10 p.m.? Please click on the QR code to sign up to receive free English, mathematics, reading, homework or ACT tutoring. Always remember, assistance is available.

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Announcements

  • CIP Spring 2024 Surveys

    We are in the process of conducting an evaluation of our Title I Parent and Family Engagement Program, and we would like to know what you think. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey. The responses will be used to improve next year’s Parent and Family Engagement program.  Please click below to access the survey.

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  • Parent Involvement

    Parent involvement in a child’s education is important. Research from the National Coalition for Parent Involvement in Education shares that “no matter the income or background, students with involved parents are more likely to have higher grades and test scores, attend school regularly, have better social skills, show improved behavior, and adapt well to school.”

    Caleb

    Patent

    Parent Involvement

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  • New CPHS Online Store

    Please visit our CPHS Online Store to purchase CPHS apparel and take advantage of our grand opening offer.  Please click below or go to "Resources" and select CPHS Online Store. Thank you for your support.

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  • eSchool Payments

    Please click below to access information regarding 91HUB' new online payment system.

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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.

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  • Center Point High School Facebook

    Click on the image to access the CPHS Facebook page.

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District News

  • 2024-2025 Jefferson County International Baccalaureate Applications

    2024-2025 Jefferson County International Baccalaureate Applications

    The application window is now open.

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  • 91HUB Journal - February 2, 2024

    91HUB Journal - February 2, 2024

    View the 91HUB Journal for February 2, 2024

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  • NOTICE: DESTRUCTION OF RECORDS

    NOTICE: DESTRUCTION OF RECORDS

    According to the Alabama Administrative Code, 290-8-9-08 (2) (h), an education agency must retain a copy of education records for five (5) years after the termination of the special education program for which they were used. At the end of the five (5) years retention period, the education agency will provide written notice to parents to inform them that the special education records are no longer needed and will be destroyed. This serves as a notice that special education records for students who attended 91HUB and whose birthday is on or before December 31, 1997 will be destroyed after February 9, 2024. Parents or students may request the records by sending a written request to the Director of Exceptional Education at The Jefferson County Board of Education at the following address:
    Susan R. Wirt
    Director of Exceptional Education
    Jefferson County Board of Education
    2100 18th Street South
    Birmingham, AL 35209

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  • Clay-Chalkville High School Names New Head Football Coach with Championship Experience and Deep Community Ties

    Clay-Chalkville High School Names New Head Football Coach with Championship Experience and Deep Community Ties

    The Clay-Chalkville Cougars didn’t have to go far to find their next head football coach.? Assistant Coach Stuart Floyd was officially promoted to Head Coach during Thursday’s 91HUB’ Board of Education meeting.??

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