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Andrew’s adventures: London

April 7, 2020 9:44am | Andrew Pollack

During February break, I visited London, which with a population of about 9 million is the most populous city in Europe. London is also one of the most diverse cities in the world, being home to people of almost every culture. The city has an […]

Photo contest winners announced

March 31, 2020 12:44pm | Crimson Review staff

Freshmen happened to sweep all five categories in the Journalism Club’s first annual photo contest this month. All judging was done “blind,” meaning no names were attached to images during the selection process. The club received 125  images from a total of 29 people: 27 […]

Mr. CHS competition cancelled

March 12, 2020 3:51pm | Dionna Joyner, Ava McNamara

The junior class was going to hold its annual Mr. CHS talent show Friday, March 13, from 6-8 p.m. in the Concord High School auditorium, but the event has been cancelled. There is no word yet on whether the competition (and other school events cancelled […]

Varsity football building strength for 2020

January 21, 2020 3:37pm | Logan Keene

Crimson Tide varsity football had a let down of a season last fall between rivaling numbers of injuries and people leaving the team for various reasons. But Head Coach Eric Brown is determined to bring people back together as a team to overcome fears and […]

Sign up for ROPE

January 14, 2020 8:13am | Gaven Brown

Students looking to sign up for an elective that leads beyond the regular classroom should consider Concord High’s outdoor adventure class, ROPE, which has been mixing up the daily routine for 45 years.  ROPE, which stands for Reaching Our Potential in Education, represents an intriguing […]

CHS grad Matt Blake now Yankees pitching coach

December 30, 2019 10:33am | Andrew Pollack

Concord High School alumnus Matt Blake, the new New York Yankees pitching coach, was introduced to Major League Baseball’s largest team and television market Nov. 7. Prior to joining the Yankees he served as a minor league pitching coordinator for the Cleveland Indians. Before that, […]

Brotherhood continues

December 25, 2019 2:58pm | Daniel Rosales, Jack Sargent

Concord High School’s 2019-20 wrestling season is off to a strong start. Fifty-one athletes returning include nine Division I placers, three All State placers and a 2018 All State champ. The Tide is looking to snap rival Timberlane’s 172 New Hampshire win streak and take […]

CHS students open to a few fashion trends

December 18, 2019 7:42pm | Ally Tobey

Major stores may have stocked their shelves with bucket hats, chunky chain necklaces and tonal ensembles, but most Concord High students are definitely saying N to the O to these edgy outfit choices. They plan to stick to their “traditional” casual outfits of leggings or […]

Andrew’s adventures: Expedition #2

December 10, 2019 3:41pm | Andrew Pollack

Thanksgiving is a time for seeing family, friends and taking a relaxing break from our sometimes stressful lives. Some people travel to their relatives, while others stay home and host family and friends.  My family had the same expectations, visiting relatives in New York City, […]

So long Pizza Fina

December 10, 2019 9:03am | Emma Doko

Students hoping for Pizza Fina to reopen across the street have been watching renovation work with great interest. Alas, first generation Albanian immigrant Jani Nakuci hasn’t made any official announcement about the standing of the pizzeria since he closed the compact pizza shop at 127 […]