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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 […]

College bound

November 15, 2019 2:38pm | Elliott Pollard, Matt Schulz

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 […]

GAPP visit ends

October 21, 2019 10:39am | Shayla Weeden

German students currently visiting Concord High School as part of the German American Partnership Program (GAPP) are getting in last classroom presentations and fun activities with host families before leaving for home Wednesday, Oct. 23. Thus far the GAPP students have been involved in the […]

R.O.P.E. adventures continue

October 17, 2019 10:48am | Gaven Brown

Seventeen students and four teachers relax and share stories during a 27-mile kayaking journey down the Merrimack River in late September as a part of Concord High School’s outdoor adventure class, R.O.P.E. (Reaching our Potential in Education). The group traveled to Franklin by bus with eleven kayaks […]

Friendly card competition benefits military

October 17, 2019 10:22am | Dady Burns, Fiona Elliott and Ally Tobey

The Interact Club has invited students to spend some upcoming advisory time engaging in a friendly competition in which students will write holiday cards to members of the military. The advisory to make the most holiday cards will win a pizza and ice cream party and […]

Join Concord Connect

October 17, 2019 10:01am | Dan Rosales and Jack Sargent

The Concord Connect Club, run by student leaders Alec Galatis and Ryan Devine, is an extracurricular club with a main focus on helping students and destigmatizing mental health issues around the school. People interested in joining should show up after school Wednesday, Nov. 6, on the […]

College fair a hit

October 4, 2019 2:55pm | Andrew Pollack

Dozens of college representatives filled Concord High School’s orange carpet area Wednesday, Oct. 2, for the second of two college fairs this year. Students flowed in and out collecting brochures, maps and advertisements. Freshman and sophomores explored tables generally while juniors and seniors discussed their […]

Make some noize!

October 1, 2019 3:23pm | Jessica Caswell

Approximately 115 Concord High School marching band members head to the stands at Memorial Field immediately before the start of the Crimson Tide’s Sept. 20 game against Salem. CHS got shut out 0-23. As of Oct. 1, the team’s current standing is 0-4. But not to […]

Hawaiian Day

September 25, 2019 9:59am | Shayla Weeden

Senior Kelsey Grayson poses in her Hawaiian day outfit Wednesday, Sept. 25, making sure the Class of 2020 receives a point in the Spirit Week competition that leads to Homecoming weekend. Tomorrow is Flannel Day; Friday is Black-Out Day when students are encouraged to wear […]

In-school SATs next Tuesday

April 2, 2019 8:26am | John Parker Resling, Tiffany Wang

Several hundred Concord High School students will take school day SATs Tuesday, April 9, from 7:45 a.m.to 12 p.m. CHS juniors take this SAT exam for free each year instead of another standardized test. A few sophomores and seniors also sign up. This year’s SAT […]