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Team 1721 Is going to the ‘ship!

A love of robotics was able to get Team 1721, Concord High School's Tidal Force, close to the FIRST robotics championships next week. But love isn't enough to cover costs, so students have put a tremendous amount of work into raising $8,000 to make it down to St. Louis over April break. As of today they have already $7,604 but donations are still welcome. To contribute to the team, vis…

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Cameron Clarke

Fresh from our newsroom

  • Crack’s destructive capabilities Exemplary student work being celebrated by English 10 teacher Meredith Vickery this month includes informational writing by David Venator,
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  • Warming up Sincere Thomas, senior, warms up for a unified basketball game against Merrimack Valley Thursday, Feb. 23, in the Concord High School gymnas
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  • 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
  • Anna Makris: “Senior year goes fast” Anna Makris will be heading off to Endicott College in the fall after a busy senior year at Concord High School. President of the Key Cl
  • Pablo Rubin: “Be yourself” As the school year comes to an end, seniors are ready to graduate and finally begin life in the “real” world. Concord High Senio
  • Sara Neema: “Take more classes” Graduating senior Sara Neema arrived in America in the summer of 2013 knowing little about her new country or new school. With the he
  • Caterina Righetto: “Talk to everyone” Caterina Righetto is an exchange student from Pesaro, Italy, who arrived in New Hampshire last August to live with a host family and att

Class projects

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    Cooking up credits
    Now that Quarter 4 is underway, seniors have just weeks to enjoy last classes at Concord High School. And enjoy they a
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    Crack’s destructive capabilities
    Exemplary student work being celebrated by English 10 teacher Meredith Vickery this month includes informational writin
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    Animal as teacher
    Clyde Littlzz sits in his cage as he looks at the Concord High School seniors who share him for their animal behavior pr
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    Language of the unheard
    Exemplary student work being celebrated by English 10 teacher Matt Skoby this month includes informational writing by
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    Strenuous dreams
    Exemplary student work being celebrated by English 10 teacher Meredith Vickery this month includes “Strenuous Dre
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    Black flame
    Exemplary student work being celebrated by English 10 teacher Matt Skoby this month includes “A Black Flame in a

Clubs

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    Sign up now for CHS Idol
    Students interested in performing in Concord High School’s upcoming CHS Idol competition need to sign up now. Th
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    Serves up!
    The Concord High School volleyball tournament will take place Monday, November 7, from 3:30-6:00 p.m. in the Concord Hi
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    Homecoming pride
    Senior Lea-Ann Downs watches the scoreboard as she sits by a rainbow flag at the Homecoming football game Sept. 24. Var
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    Spenser Beaupre: “Just stay calm”
    Graduating senior Spenser Beaupre has learned a lot about himself as he’s moved through four years of Concord Hig
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    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 hall
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    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 pa

Sports

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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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    Girls Ice Hockey opens today
    Concord High School girls ice hockey opens its season today with a 3:30 p.m. home game vs. Exeter  at Everett Arena. Co
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    Serves up!
    The Concord High School volleyball tournament will take place Monday, November 7, from 3:30-6:00 p.m. in the Concord Hi
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    Lace ’em up
    Concord High School sophomore Evan Makris leans over to tighten his skate before stepping onto the ice during a public s

Opinion

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    Celebrate the pen
    “It took 60 years and 3 inventors for the ballpoint pen and the ballpoint pen to be made of a metal ball of ink,” ac
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    "Hey" you
    It’s Friday night, and you and your girlfriends decide to watch your high school’s hockey team take on another
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    Let's cheer the cheerleaders for once
    It’s Sunday afternoon at Pinkerton Academy. Judges check the blue mats for hair pins. Team moms hang posters and
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    Not worth it
    When you think of a school fundraiser, what comes to mind? Maybe a couple of kids at a bake sale or some going door-to-d
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    Count the hours
    15,120 hours of grade school. 2,160 nights of homework. 840 tests. 410 classmates. Uncountable selfies. Infinite memorie
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    Help the homeless
    The streets of Concord can be seen as lively, diverse and beautiful, particularly in the last few weeks with trees and p

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    Team 1721 Is going to the ‘ship!
    A love of robotics was able to get Team 1721, Concord High School’s Tidal Force, close to the FIRST robotics champ
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    End the word
    Concord High School’s Week of Action continues Wednesday, April 19, with Best Buddies’ “Spread The Wo
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    February is CRTC sign-up month
    Students who will be juniors next year are invited next month to enroll in Concord Regional Technical Center programs
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    Girls Ice Hockey opens today
    Concord High School girls ice hockey opens its season today with a 3:30 p.m. home game vs. Exeter  at Everett Arena. Co
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    Canned food drive ending soon
    Concord High School is finishing its annual Canned Food Drive to help families in need. Collections are continuing thro
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    SAT, ACT exams approach
    Some Concord High School students busy with assignments and college applications  may also have testing to consider. Th

Random

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    Alone and together
    Feet are the most underappreciated part of the human body. When you think about it, our feet are what move us to be with
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    Local scouts active year-round
    Though many New Hampshire residents are desperate for an end to snow, some local Boy Scouts feel a little less antsy: th
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    Students embrace art
    “I’m using the hair dryer to dry the film faster,” explains Danielle Drewes, a student in Shannon Riley-Martin
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    Reading out the clock
    Senior Morgan Martin reads in front of her Commons D locker just before the start of winter break. Like many of her fe
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    Earning their way
    Concord High School freshman Nour Salif stocks shelves at the Ft. Eddy Road Market Basket on a recent Saturday afternoon
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    Riding the bus
    Bright and early, Deerfield students who attend Concord High School get on dimly lit buses where the only sources of lig

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