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Approximately 60 Concord High School students took part in Application Day Friday, Nov. 15, in the orange carpeted area off Main Street. Students worked with admissions officers and volunteers from a variety of colleges to complete applications for matriculation next fall. The annual event is sponsored by NHHEAF and the New Hampshire State Board of Education, according to CHS school co…

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Elliott Pollard, Matt Schulz

Fresh from our newsroom

  • GAPP visit ends German students currently visiting Concord High School as part of the German American Partnership Program (GAPP) are getting in last classro
  • Friendly card competition benefits military The Interact Club has invited students to spend some upcoming advisory time engaging in a friendly competition in which students will write
  • Pre-game pep talk Concord High School junior Peter Sargent gives his team members a quick pre-game pep talk before the annual Homecoming football game Saturda
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  • CHS passwords change All Concord High School students saw their passwords change last week. Students began using new passwords to log onto Chromebooks and int
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  • Hint of winter Heading into Thanksgiving break, the grounds at Concord High School have already been covered by snow twice. Fewer students eat lunch outsid
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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 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
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Heads Up

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    21C now hiring
    21C is hiring high school students to work at Concord elementary schools from 3-6 p.m. during the school week.  Student
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    Job fair Wednesday
    The second annual Concord High School Job and Career Fair will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 15. The
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    Blood drive May 8
    Concord High School is preparing for its annual blood drive May 8, in which Red Cross workers collect one pint of blood
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    The Addams Family opens soon
    The musical The Addams Family will premiere  Thursday, May 9, at 7 p.m. in the Concord High School Auditorium. Ticket c
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    AP exams approaching
    Concord High School students will take AP exams May 6-10 and May 13-17.  Because exams will take place in the Lecture H
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    Day of Silence Friday
    Concord High  will join schools around the nation Friday, April 12, in observing GLSEN’s annual Day of Silence. Parti

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Sports

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    Pre-game pep talk
    Concord High School junior Peter Sargent gives his team members a quick pre-game pep talk before the annual Homecoming f
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    Five-mile fun
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    Bleacher set
    Onlookers at a recent varsity volleyball match at Concord High School sometimes peer out from underneath the bleachers t
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    Concord Crew ending season with two upcoming regattas
    Rowers with Concord Crew will finish the fall season participating in Head of the Charles in Boston Saturday, Oct. 19, a
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    You ought to know: Brendan Pearl
    Brendan Pearl has been playing lacrosse since second grade. He didn’t start this sport right away, however; he went fr
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    You ought to know: Savannah Shannon
    Concord High School freshman Savannah Shannon is a competitive athlete who developed an interest in skiing at a very you

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