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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 […]

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 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, […]

Consider a winter visit to Maine

November 26, 2019 10:31am | Hayley Eliuk

Many people think of L.L. Bean when they think of Freeport, Maine, but there are other reasons to visit there this winter. In December Freeport is hosting its Season of Light Celebration for the 8th year in a row. Head to Freeport Public Library for […]

Andrew’s adventures: Expedition #1

November 19, 2019 3:21pm | Andrew Pollack

While most were home enjoying the four-day veterans weekend, I traveled to Panama with my grandfather, Dave Stein. Panama is most famous for the fifty-mile canal that connects the Pacific and Atlantic oceans.   The Panama Canal is a shipping lane cut through the middle of […]

Photo contest ballot

October 29, 2019 3:39pm | Crimson Review staff

Click on the link below to vote via Google Form. Be careful when making your selections, because you can only vote once! https://forms.gle/QQQEfpFxmYn9G8ab7

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 […]