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Vacations can bring adventures

June 8, 2018 2:17pm | Michaela Hayes

While many Concord High School students will be working or babysitting all summer, some may have a chance to travel across the country or even outside the United States, as older members of Girl Scout Troop 20507 did in April when they headed south for a […]

Recycling needs more support

June 7, 2018 10:03am | Ayla Jehlicka

While Concord High School makes an effort to recycle through a single stream Dumpster system, keeping two of five units behind the school strictly for that purpose, too often recyclables end up mixed in with trash. Members of the CHS EnviroCorps club recently found 550 plastic […]

Security grant to fund improvements

June 6, 2018 2:40pm | Ayla Jehlicka

Concord High School has been issued a $755,000 grant to combat issues regarding school safety. Some of the money will be spent on installing both interior and exterior cameras and on a new access control system, according to Principal Tom Sica. Concord High Schools resource […]

Rush of events

June 6, 2018 8:53am | Sierra Boots

As the school year comes to a close, schedules grow crowded with events that can be a little hard to keep track of. Recent weeks have seen the distribution of yearbooks, a New Hampshire State Scholars trip to see the Fisher Cats in Manchester, observance […]

CHS student wins national award

June 5, 2018 10:37am | Eben Bragg

Ethan DeAngelis, a junior at Concord High School, has been working with his dad for two years using a mapping system to mark veterans’ graves at the New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery. Once this system is up, family members and friends can simply look for […]

Summer plans beckon

May 31, 2018 10:30am | Lilly Egounis-Musumeci, Grace Leonard

As summer gets closer, people start to get more excited about the end of the school year and plans for vacation, regardless of whether those plans include travel. A few students, like freshman Cooper Leppard, do plan to leave town. “I’m going on a cruise […]

Who’s a celebrity? And why?

May 24, 2018 6:14pm | Allison Silverstein, Corban Thibodeau, Jacob Wescott

There are a number of ways to measure the popularity of celebrities. These can range from how talented they are for their age, how often they are mentioned, the number of followers they have on social media, the amount of advertisements they participate in, or […]

Construction causing a commotion

May 18, 2018 9:04am | Eben Bragg

Water line replacement that started April 12 and will continue until the end of the school year is happening on streets around Concord High School, impacting bus and car drop-offs. This work has also impacted the senior parking across the street from CHS. The entrance […]

First annual job fair today

May 17, 2018 8:38am | Molly Bragg

 With school coming to an end and college starting in the fall, many students are going to need jobs to cover upcoming expenses. They should definitely attend the Concord High’s first annual job fair Thursday, May 17, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Main […]

HOSA hosts blood drive

May 16, 2018 7:25am | Sierra Boots

The HOSA club at Concord High School, supported by students in the Health Science and Technology class at Concord Regional Technical Center, is holding a blood drive Wednesday, May 16, in the CHS gymnasium. The event will take place for most of the day. Some students […]