CENTAURI HIGH SCHOOL graduation was a huge success. Thank you to all our school community, relatives, families, and all who supported our great kids. We look forward to having another exceptional year where we will again see a top-shelf effort from staff and students!
Mr. Curt Wilson, Principal, Centauri High School, is now the current Colorado High School Activities Association President .
Curt Wilson has previously served 3 ½ years on the Legislative Council (formerly known as the Board of Control) as the representative for the Intermountain League. He was then elected to serve on the CHSAA Board of Directors for the last three years representing District 8, (Intermountain, Southern Peaks, Fisher’s Peak, and Black Forrest Leagues). With this move to CHSAA President, Curt will serve his final year of a four year term as the Representative of District 8 and CHSAA President, with one additional year added to his service as President per CHSAA bylaws. The vote by the Board of Director’s was held at the CHSAA Board of Director’s January 23rd meeting, and was announced at the Legislative Council meeting on January 24th.in Denver.
Curt was nominated for the MetLife/NASSP Colorado High School Principal of the Year and interviewed with the selection committee, finishing as runner-up to Columbine's Frank DeAngelis.
Curt has been CHS Principal of Centauri High School what will now be his 10th year. Previous to this position he served as an English teacher for North Conejos Schools for 13 years, CHS Head Football Coach (coaching NFL player Tony Dunn), CHS Head Baseball Coach, Asst. Basketball Coach under ASU’s Larry Jo Hunt, Asst. Track coach and was a Disney National Teacher of the Year nominee. Curt is the proud father of Taylor Wilson (graduate attending the University of Northern Colorado) and Mitchell Wilson, Jr, and Melissa Wilson, 7th grade with his wife of 23 years ,Cindy, who met while Curt played football for ASC under ASC Hall of Fame Coach Jeff Geiser and was a member of the 1988 squad who played for a National Championship (All-American in 1989) while Cindy played volleyball for ASC.