Concord High School, Concord, New Hampshire

The Crimson Review

Concord High School, Concord, New Hampshire

The Crimson Review

Music offers many career possibilities

Music offers many career possibilities

Josi Lion, Crimson Review staff
March 31, 2023
The Carina Nebula’s dazzling landscape was one of Webb’s first images, according to Brian Dunbar, writing for in June 2022.

Webb telescope reveals amazing new evidence

Victoria Lewis, Crimson Review staff
February 16, 2023
CHS senior Avery Mahon prepares to climb during a January competition at NH Climbing and Fitness here in Concord.

Climbing the walls for fun and sport

Ava O'Brien, Crimson Review staff
February 9, 2023
I just think it looks nice to have one, and honestly I look better with one, said CHS freshman Alex Petrie of his beard.

Beards increasingly common at CHS

Zee Laliotis, Crimson Review staff
February 7, 2023
Alain Twite blocks a shot against Hopkinton in the Cap Area Holiday tournament championship game at Bishop Brady High School. Concord went on to win the Tournament Championship.

Buliding skills throughout the season

Alain Twite, Crimson Review staff
February 6, 2023
CHS cheerleaders perform.

Cheerleading is very much a sport

Caroline Cooper, Crimson Review staff
February 3, 2023
Students in the CRTC Cosmetology program can earn up to 360 hours of post-secondary cosmetology, according to the programs description on the CRTC website. Here two prospective enrollees watch Cosmetology student Jaida Hurd during a CRTC preview day.

Opinion: Beware relaxing cosmetology laws

Jaida McGuire, Crimson Review staff
February 2, 2023
The bright yellow and bold blue letters contrasted with the empty cabinet.

Fiction: The Cupboards are Empty Again

Adeline Barker, Contributing Writer
February 2, 2023
NASAs Orion flickr photo stream includes a number of images from the spacecrafts recent flight. Here, Artemis I, Flight Day 5. Orion spacecraft takes a selfie while approaching the Moon ahead of the outbound powered flyby - a burn of Orions main engine that gets us into lunar orbit. During this maneuver Orion came within 81 miles of the lunar surface.

NASA going back to the Moon

Bandhan Sarki, Crimson Review staff
January 27, 2023
Darlynda Colby, Dominic Watterson, Zawadi Bora and Kate Warburton pose near ACCESS artworks.

ACCESS students sell art at Dos Amigos

Kari Zwick, CHS Special Education teacher
January 27, 2023
Crimson Tide Varsity Football celebrates a win during its 6-3 season in Fall 2022.

Football team already preparing for next fall

Eli Bahuma, Crimson Review staff
January 27, 2023
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