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  • A conscious community Humanity is at a crossroads as the effects of climate change become more apparent. The warming climate has affected a variety of species fro
  • The good, the bad, and the pretty Over half the news we see or hear today is negative. This is why I believe in seeing five pretty things everyday. I want to make my life mor
  • True dreams The night settles around us. The quiet thrum of car tires on the gravel road is felt deep in the souls of our shoes as we cut through the Ka
  • Mini Harvest-Fest continues today The New Hampshire Scholars program at Concord High School is holding a get together in the courtyard beneath the catwalk during all lunch pe
  • Crack’s destructive capabilities Exemplary student work being celebrated by English 10 teacher Meredith Vickery this month includes informational writing by David Venator,
  • Strenuous dreams Exemplary student work being celebrated by English 10 teacher Meredith Vickery this month includes "Strenuous Dreams," a blog created by C
  • Black flame Exemplary student work being celebrated by English 10 teacher Matt Skoby this month includes "A Black Flame in a Dying Ocean," a narrative
  • Warming up Sincere Thomas, senior, warms up for a unified basketball game against Merrimack Valley Thursday, Feb. 23, in the Concord High School gymnas
  • Being an athlete If you are not an athlete, You don’t know the pain, You can’t know the pain. >As athletes we know when we play any game The pain
  • Unsung heroes: Renee D’Allesandro and Mary Palm "Unsung Heroes" is a new series of interviews and photos of Concord High School staff members who are underappreciated. They all help the s
  • Nicholas Matte: “Senioritis is inevitable” Transitioning from middle school to high school is hard, but spending your freshmen year in three different schools is even harder. This is
  • Bizzy Willing: “Try new things” As the end of senior year approaches, Bizzy Willing has been reminiscing about all sorts of things: time spent in hallways, friends soon
  • Bryce Currier: “Don’t be intimidated” Deerfield's Bryce Currier says coming to Concord High was intimidating when he started here four years ago, in part because he spent the fi
  • Cailin Casey: “Do what you want to do” There are plenty of extracurricular activities at Concord High School for students to partake of. Clubs and sports are a great way to get i
  • Courtney Reyes: Going military and college Courtney Reyes will remember lots of things when she graduates from Concord High School June 18: gym classes, English and algebra; favorite

Heads Up

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    Rush of events
    As the school year comes to a close, schedules grow crowded with events that can be a little hard to keep track of. Rece
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    First annual job fair today
     With school coming to an end and college starting in the fall, many students are going to need jobs to cover upcoming
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    International Night tonight!
    Concord High School students will be showing off their various cultures tonight, Monday, May 14, at the annual Internat
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    Les Miserables opens tonight
    Actors and actresses have their costumes; the set is built. Les Miserables opens tonight at 7 p.m. The cast of Les Miser
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    AP Exams underway
    AP exams are underway for a number of students at Concord High School this week and next. These exams are taking place i
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    Best Buddies meet parents tonight
    Concord High School’s Best Buddies club is hosting a Meet the Parents Night tonight from 6-8 p.m. in the Student C

Clubs

Sports

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    Nordic skiing champs again
    Concord High School’s coed varsity Nordic Skiing team won the 2018 Division 1 Cross-Country Ski Championships Marc
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    Friday night lights
    Concord High’s football team just had its Homecoming game Oct. 14 against the Bedford Bulldogs. The Crimson Tide ended
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    Keep supporting sports
    Taxpayers across the country sometimes struggle with funding schools and extracurricular activities. When budgets lack
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    Tide Puck says final goodbyes
    Banquet and tradition.: two words that define what we have at Concord High School every year, every season, every spor
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    Concord wins a close one
    Senior Edward Johnson, #90, goes down low for some cheer from the crowd during Thursday’s unified basketball game
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    Warming up
    Sincere Thomas, senior, warms up for a unified basketball game against Merrimack Valley Thursday, Feb. 23, in the Concor

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    A conscious community
    Humanity is at a crossroads as the effects of climate change become more apparent. The warming climate has affected a va
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    The good, the bad, and the pretty
    Over half the news we see or hear today is negative. This is why I believe in seeing five pretty things everyday. I want
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    True dreams
    The night settles around us. The quiet thrum of car tires on the gravel road is felt deep in the souls of our shoes as w

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