Category: Nanae-Concord

World Premiere at CCHS!

The CCHS Auditorium

From the May, 2015 production of Chicago to Juan Mandelbaum’s recent presentation of his documentary , the new CCHS auditorium has already been well used.  Needless to say, it’s a beautiful space for concerts and talks, and on Sunday, November 1,…

CC Goes International

Confession time: I have the travel bug.  Like really badly.  As in, I spend hours camped out on Buzzfeed Travel rather than doing homework, admiring the beautiful rainforest in the Amazon, the elegant restaurants in Barcelona, and the stunning beaches…

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…

CCHS Sci-Fi club visits Japan

This year, CCHS’s very own Sci-Fi Club traveled about as far as they could go while still remaining within Earth’s atmosphere – Japan. CCHS has a long-standing relationship with a school in Nanae, a town in Japan, and this year’s…

Japanese student delegation visit

  Most of the students at CCHS have lived in the United States their whole life, so, two weeks ago on Friday, September 23, when Japanese students entered the CCHS doors, it was a very new and fun experience. These students…

Nanae exchange – coming this September!

Concord-Carlisle High School will be carrying on its annual tradition of hosting Japanese exchange students this autumn. Between September 23 and September 30, a sizable group of 75 Nanae students will be experiencing the Concord-Carlisle lifestyle firsthand. A major highlight…

Goryokaku Park

Goryokaku Park

My recommended place in Hakodate By: Sae Tamura(English club)     I recommend that you visit Goryokaku Park when you have a chance to visit Hakodate, Japan. Japanese cherry trees are in full bloom in Goryokaku Park around the beginning…

Japan concert

By Rina Takeda, a student of Nanae High School On March 11, a very big earthquake hit Japan. Nanae, where I live, did not have heavy damage, but the cities near the sea in the Tohoku district were hit by…