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Consider R.O.P.E.

December 13, 2018 4:55pm | Crystal Garcia

Every student at Concord High School is encouraged to reach their full potential in education. So much, in fact, that there is a whole course dedicated to just that. With course sign-ups beginning soon, students might want to consider taking R.O.P.E., which stands for “Reaching […]

Freshmen reflect

December 13, 2018 4:27pm | Lydia Phelps

Recently, students from Concord High’s freshman class were interviewed about their experience so far as new students. Responses varied, but a majority said that it wasn’t as bad as they thought it would be. “The beginning was difficult, but I’m getting in the swing of […]

Finishing touches

November 26, 2018 8:08am | Ean St. Lawrence

Students couldn’t help building a quick snowman the day before Thanksgiving break. Said Aaron Picott (right), “He needs a scarf.”

Hint of winter

November 26, 2018 8:03am | Crimson Review staff

Heading into Thanksgiving break, the grounds at Concord High School have already been covered by snow twice. Fewer students eat lunch outside when temperatures are cold and there’s no place to sit.

No snow day yet

November 26, 2018 7:58am | Casey Ingraham

Bella Bourgery, a senior at Concord High School, admires the white slushy atmosphere the day before Thanksgiving break. “I wanted a snow day, but that’s okay,” Bourgery said.

Watch your step

November 26, 2018 7:54am | Emma Nakuci

Sophmore Trey Lamarche attempts to do the moonwalk on the granite steps of Concord High during a winter storm the day before Thanksgiving break. He is not successful.

Friday night frights

October 29, 2018 9:34am | Danielle Simpson

A flash mob dance crew took to Main Street Friday, Oct. 26, during Concord’s annual Halloween Howl downtown. Dressed up in costumes, dancers performed a creepy Halloween number just as the sun was setting. Watching, with parents, were kids holding bags soon to be filled […]

Fall foliage returns to Merrimack Valley

October 23, 2018 12:44pm | Noah Wilder

Trees in the Merrimack Valley area will experience  peak conditions for fall foliage from Oct. 18-23 and possibly later into the month as autumn unfolds in New Hampshire. Observations taken from www.visitnh.gov’s Foliage Tracker on Oct. 18 projected peaks in fall foliage are on their […]

Winners announced

October 16, 2018 4:26pm | Journalism class

Rayya Burns, Lydia Phelps, Ranila Thapa and Kaitlyn Watt won top honors in October for the Fall 2018 Journalism class photography contest. All students in the class were required to submit pictures of interest to today’s Concord High School community. Images could feature CHS or […]

Art programs begin

September 27, 2018 10:04am | Ranila Thapa and Niamiah Perry

Two student programs offered by the New Hampshire Institute of Art in Manchester begin next week. Students are invited to register. Scholarships are available to cover participation costs. ARTLAB Afterschool starts Tuesday, Oct. 2 and Oct. 4. Every session goes on for six weeks, from […]