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A Year in the Life of CC!

June 8, 2015
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A Year in the Life of CC!

You might think of this time as the end of the year and the close of all the events that took place during the school year. However, I would recommend you change this thinking process so you recall the great happenings of the school year, and remember it is the beginning of the summer. The...
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Seniors Graduate!

June 8, 2015
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Seniors Graduate!

For several days now, the halls have been noticeably clearer and less congested. The senior class, roughly a fourth of the school, haven’t been in CCHS for some time, but last Saturday it finally hit home that the seniors are leaving forever. On that Saturday, hundreds of soon-to-be CCHS graduates waited in anticipation for...
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Saying Goodbye to Our Voice Seniors

June 8, 2015
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Saying Goodbye to Our Voice Seniors

On Saturday, two people important to The Voice graduated.  Arts & Entertainment Editor Nathaniel Fisher ’15 and Associate Editor Rachel Bratton ’15 will be moving on to the real world (Cornell and UMass Amherst respectively), and we at The Voice want to thank them and bid them a fond farewell. Nathaniel joined The Voice...
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POPS Concert Rocks the Dining Commons!

June 1, 2015
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POPS Concert Rocks the Dining Commons!

On Friday evening, following an age-old tradition in the Music Department, a gathering of CCHS’s band and orchestra students filled the brand new Dining Commons and rendered its final performance of the year to a crowd of proud parents and eager townspeople. Skeptical at first of the acoustics in the Dining Commons, the concert was...
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Welcome Class of 2019!

June 1, 2015
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Welcome Class of 2019!

Concord Carlisle High School will welcome a new class of freshman in the fall. Whether you’re coming from Carlisle, Peabody, Sanborn, Boston, a private school, or elsewhere, we hope you’ll find high school an exciting and rewarding experience. The transition from middle school to high school can be overwhelming at times.  I remember the...
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CCHS Moot Court Competition Amazes!

June 1, 2015
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CCHS Moot Court Competition Amazes!

CC’s Denis Cleary Moot Court Competition is an extracurricular competition like no other.  Established by retired Social Studies teacher Denis Cleary, the contest offers students the unique opportunity to learn an incredible amount about the Supreme Court and the intricacies of constitutional law. Not only are competitors expected to develop a mastery of legal precedent,...
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Summer Reading Selections!

June 1, 2015
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Summer Reading Selections!

As the heat builds and the school year wraps to a close, some of us bibliophiles already have our summer reading lists prepared. I couldn’t possibly name all of the books on mine because that might take up four or five pages. Many students, however, feel that the summer is a time in which...
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Helping Solve the Problem of Pet Homelessness

June 1, 2015
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Helping Solve the Problem of Pet Homelessness

Pet homelessness has always been a large problem in the United States. Over 100 million stray dogs and cats roam the streets with no home, either because they are unwanted at birth, or because they have owners that are financially or emotionally unable to care for them. Animal restrictions on residences such as apartment buildings also contribute...
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Gender Equality Club to Screen Girl Rising Documentary

May 18, 2015
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Gender Equality Club to Screen Girl Rising Documentary

CC’s Gender Equality Club, though only founded this year by Ruthie Block ’17 and Madi Bode ’16, and advised by Ashley Anderson of the Math Department, has quickly become one of the most popular and active groups on campus.  The club meets weekly to share personal stories about sexual assault, engage in conversations about sexism in...
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The Best Dressed at Prom!

May 11, 2015
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The Best Dressed at Prom!

Prom was filled with glamorously dressed students, all of whom had gone all out to look their best.  Here are some of our favorite looks from the night! Nicki Saleh ’15 rocked an unorthodox boho look.  We’re obsessed with her statement floral headpiece and chic black gown.  She could have walked off the pages...
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