Month: May 2016

Our School’s Cleanliness

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It should be no surprise that most of us are lazy people. However, there is no reason why this should impact the people around us.   The idea for this article was suggested to me about a week ago.  I…

CCHS: A Year in Review

Principal Badalament croons a couple of old hits

It’s been another whirlwind year for CCHS, with students excelling in the arts, sports, and academics.  We began discussions on student stress levels and mental health, traveled around the world through different exchange programs, and saw an incredibly successful college…

CC Pops Delights!

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As is customary to do at the end of each May, the CCHS Instrumental Music program bid farewell to its wealth of seniors last Thursday evening with the year’s end Pops concert in the Dining Commons.  A warm, late spring…

Concord Art Association Features a CCHS Exhibit

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The Concord Art Association once again hosted work done by Photography, Digital Art, Ceramics, and 2D Art students from CCHS. The renovated museum, a white colonial that once sheltered slaves traveling on the Underground Railroad, held the show on Thursday…

Music Playing on The Loudspeakers – Were You There?

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For those of you that were here after school at 3:26 pm this wonderful Monday afternoon, you may have experienced a moment of pure bliss for 2-3 fleeting seconds. It happened less than 10 minutes ago, but since the Voice…

French Students Visit Québec City

CCHS French students at St. Anne's Basilica in Québec City on Spring Break. April 17, 2016

During spring break, twenty-four French language students from CCHS traveled to Québec, where the official language is French, to improve their foreign language skills while exploring the French-Canadian culture. Sophomores, juniors and seniors who have studied French for at least…

Prom in Review

The word PROM printed on clothespin clipped cards in front of defocused glowing lights.

This past Saturday evening, hundreds of Concord-Carlisle students strode through large revolving doors, past floor length mirrors, under dazzling lights, and into Boston Park Plaza’s imperial ballroom, where a dinner and a dance floor were waiting. We all looked our absolute best,…