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Humans of CCHS Captures the School

April 13, 2014
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Humans of CCHS Captures the School

Jackie Moss ’14 has been an avid photographer for the past three years. After stumbling upon the blog-made-bestseller Humans of New York (or HONY for short) by Brandon Stanton, a collection of portraits with tumblr-worthy quotes, Moss created her own Facebook page, Humans of CCHS. Her page showcases the students and faculty of Concord...
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Robotics Team at Northeastern!

April 7, 2014
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Robotics Team at Northeastern!

As this year’s season wraps up for the CCHS Robotics Team, the team concluded hours of hard work and effort with a strong showing at last week’s Northeastern Competition. Among frantic repairs and fixes, the team polished this year’s robot and improved its performance at the tournament. The challenge (each competition has a specific “challenge”),...
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Gaining Ground Provides Organic Produce for the Community

March 24, 2014
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Gaining Ground Provides Organic Produce for the Community

Many people may think that Gaining Ground, a non-profit organic farm in Concord, is just an opportunity for community service hours. While it does provide an easy way to get hours, Gaining Ground is much more than that. We interviewed a representative of Gaining Ground, Blair Kimble’14 who discussed what Gaining Ground is really...
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CCHS Robotics Club Competes Again

March 10, 2014
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CCHS Robotics Club Competes Again

Every year, the CCHS Robotics team gets ready to compete for another season in the FRC  robotics competition. FRC (The FIRST Robotics Competition) has been inspiring high school students since its foundation in 1992 to compete in a fun and friendly enviroment that promotes understanding in engineering and robotics. Each year CCHS sends a...
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Running for Team Rett

March 10, 2014
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Running for Team Rett

In April of this year, Dana Graham, an English teacher at CCHS, will run the legendary 26.2 mile trek from Hopkinton to Boston: the infamous and grueling Boston Marathon. She isn’t doing it for glory or because running is her “thing;” she is doing it for her thirteen-year-old niece, Keilly, who has Rett Syndrome....
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Students Vie for Victory in the CCHS Moot Court

March 3, 2014
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Students Vie for Victory in the CCHS Moot Court

Every single year, students get the opportunity to exhibit their skills in law and debate in the annual Moot Court competition. The competition is structured as an elimination style tournament in which participants present their cases and then advance from the initial preliminary debates to the semifinal and final competitions. Students get the opportunity...
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Join the Medical Club!

March 3, 2014
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Join the Medical Club!

Concord-Carlisle has always been home to a wide variety of school clubs, such as Chickenscratch, ping pong, and Biology Olympiad. There was even once a graffiti club and a rubix cube club. Ariana Chirban’16 is now a contributor to the world of CC clubs, having just founded the Medical Club. The Medical Club is...
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Publishing A C14SSY Yearbook

March 3, 2014
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Publishing A C14SSY Yearbook

This past week, a lot of seniors have been getting anxious and this is not just senioritis kicking in. With less than a month to go before the yearbook is finalized, the yearbook committee has been having difficulty getting enough pictures, page designs, and support to complete this year’s yearbook. This is by no...
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CCHS Brings Home the Silverware (from Harvard)

February 24, 2014
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CCHS Brings Home the Silverware (from Harvard)

On Saturday, February 15, CCHS sophomores Daniel Lu and Rahul Chopra arrived at Harvard University to compete in the annual Harvard Speech and Debate Tournament. This tournament is known to be the largest and most prestigious tournament for high school speech debate, with nearly 300 participants from all over the country, most notably from...
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Congratulations to CCHS All-State Members!

February 24, 2014
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The CCHS Music Department is pleased to announce that  16 students have been named to Massachusetts Music Educators Association (MMEA) All-State Choir, Concert Band and Orchestra.  These students will participate in rehearsals at the Seaport Hotel/World Trade Center on March 20-21st, culminating in a performance at Boston’s Symphony Hall on March 22nd.  Below is the...
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