Month: October 2013

Equipped with Cans of Soup- The Alice Drill

For those of you who went to Dunkin Donuts during C Block on Thursday October 24th, the school completed its first ALICE drill to prepare for intruders in the case of a dangerous incident. ALICE stands for Alert-Lockdown-Inform-Counter-Evacuate and was…

Ranger Beguelin: The Field Hockey Experience

This fall, a new precedent has been established for our sports teams, namely the new co-ed status of both the field hockey and football teams.  Abby Ojemann ’14 became a kicker on the typically all-boy football team and Ranger Beguelin…

Humans of CC

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CCHS’s Fall Instrumental Concert is a Hit!

On October 23, 2013, the CCHS Orchestra, Jazz Band A, Repertory Band, and Concert Band held their fall concert in the school auditorium, consisting of a little more than an hour of great music. The Orchestra kicked the night off…

Japanese Students Come to CC

On numerous occasions I have heard references to “The Concord Bubble”: the feeling that Concordians are sheltered by their myopic views and lifestyles. CCHS students and faculty, however, disprove this circulating stereotype through cultural education and exchanges.  In the past…

The Feeding Frenzy is On!

Throughout next week CCHS is holding a Feeding Frenzy. Feeding Frenzy is a campaign that brings together thousands of Massachusetts teenagers to donate money to thousands of hungry children across the state. John Gardner ’15 and other students will be…

National Recognition for CC Students

Several CC students are among the approximately 16,000 semifinalists in the 59th annual National Merit Scholarship Program who have an opportunity to continue in the competition for about 8,000 scholarships that will be offered next spring. Congratulations to Anneliese Braunegg’14, Jacob…