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You ought to know: Alyssa Stanley

March 29, 2019 7:53am | John Parker Resling

Senior Alyssa Stanley is an accomplished dancer here at Concord High School. She has been dancing for an incredible 16 years. She has done every style of dancing there is but, “Tap dancing is my favorite.” Stanley practices at the Concord Dance Academy and she […]

You ought to know: Noah Fye

March 26, 2019 4:29pm | Kayla Cote

Senior and second-year Graphic Arts and Design student Noah Fye is happy that Concord High School houses Concord Regional Technical Center, which caters to students looking to work in trades rather than traditional office jobs. “When I first told my parents about it they were […]

You ought to know: Charleigh Arrigo

March 20, 2019 8:37pm | Madeline Pratt

Charliegh Arrigo, a junior at Concord High School, stays busy between schoolwork, French Club, CRTC Health Science, and a job at Roy’s Nails where she answers the phone, makes appointments, and helps with cleaning. But unlike other students at CHS, Arrigo also makes YouTube videos. […]

You ought to know: Julia Peabody-Harhigh

March 18, 2019 11:14am | Roselyn Kapper

Many people know Julia Peabody-Harhigh as the “Culture Talk Coordinator” on CHS Live or as an officer of Be the Change Club. Be the Change focuses on diversity and helping others gain a deeper insight on students who experience life differently than most Americans. “The […]

You ought to know: Jack Smith

March 15, 2019 1:53pm | Isha Patel

Jack Smith is a student at Concord High School who has opened his own business, Jack’s This ‘n That. His store is set up in front of Commons D during period 2 on Fridays and is open to the CHS community. Occasionally he travels to […]

Cheer competitions underway

February 22, 2019 7:42am | Roselyn Kapper

Sophomore Patience Boley, junior Julianna Messina and sophomore Abe Lothstein explode with energy at a Saturday morning practice getting ready to complete a tumbling pass for a bullying awareness video challenge posted on Pinkerton Academy High School on Instagram. The “stick and stand up to […]

Hockey ends soon

February 21, 2019 2:47pm | Finn Brown

Concord Capitols U10 girls hockey player Sydney Brown looks on during a game versus the New England Renegades at Everett Arena in Concord Feb. 3. The Capitols lost the game, 3-0. “We played well, but we didn’t have enough players, and got tired too quickly,” […]

Winter Carnival time!

February 21, 2019 2:28pm | Hannah Denis

Colin Nelson, Joey Ala, Danielle Roberge and Aly Tobey sit in the Student Center recently to raise money for crêpe-making supplies for the French Club’s booth at Winter Carnival Friday, Feb. 22. Winter Carnival is a yearly event sponsored by the Varsity Club. Students gather to […]

Cosmetology in action

February 18, 2019 1:25pm | Kayla Cote

On Friday, Feb. 8, Pembroke Academy junior and Concord Regional Technical Center student Madison Prusia practices her braiding technique in the Crimson Creations Salon in Concord High School. The Crimson Creations Salon is used by students of the CRTC’s cosmetology program. Prusia, a first-year cosmetology […]

Cannon backcountry skiing

February 15, 2019 8:26am | Evan Cote

Kevin Jones stands at the top of the Mittersill Backcountry Glades at the Cannon Mountain Ski Resort in Franconia Notch on  Feb. 1. He and friend Marshall Reedenauer had a guide  show them hidden trails. “We had to hike about a mile back up because […]