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CA Beyond the Classroom: Remarks from the Student Head of School

May 05, 2017

Student Head of School Mary Craig ’17 welcomed parents to the community event CA Beyond the Classroom on Sunday, April 30, kicking off an afternoon of workshops, socializing, and dinner that gave families an inside look at student life at CA. Read her full remarks.

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Next Step for Sally Zimmerli: CA’s New Dean of Students

May 25, 2017

A member of the Concord Academy community since the fall of 2000, Acting Director of Student Life Sally Zimmerli will soon become the next dean of students.

Emma Quinn ’09: A Naval Officer on Okinawa

May 25, 2017

Emma Quinn ’09 has built a career as a naval officer in the Marine Corps. She views the military as a critical nonpartisan tool of U.S. foreign policy.

Timothy Bergreen ’82: Fighting the Good Fight on Behalf of U.S. Intelligence

May 25, 2017

A passion for foreign policy led Timothy Bergreen ’82 to become a watchdog over national security programs, as minority deputy staff director of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

CA Farmers: Back to the Land, and the Lab

May 25, 2017

A number of CA alumnae/i are embracing the challenge of farming for reasons that are political, aesthetic, economic, and intellectual. They’re doing it in ways both traditional and high-tech.

Sarah Russell ’87: A Champion Then and Now

May 25, 2017

Earning plaudits for her athletic prowess is nothing new to Sarah Russell ’87, who has become a world-class triathlete.

Watch: Girls’ Varsity Squash, NEPSAC Champions

May 24, 2017

In our online exclusive, watch members of the girls’ varsity squash team relive their very first win of a NEPSAC title — the fourth NEPSAC championship for Concord Academy.

A Successful Spring Athletic Season!

May 23, 2017

CA enjoyed much success this spring! Multiple teams improved vastly upon their performance last spring while others continued their winning ways. The CA Girls Varsity Tennis team finished second in the NEPSAC tournament this past weekend. The Track & Field team traveled to Marianapolis on May 13th to compete in the EIL championships. By the end of the day, both the girls and boys teams stood up on the podium accepting a 3rd place trophy. Junior Sam Welsh won a NEPSAC championship in the discus by breaking a 16 year old New England record by 15 feet! The Coed Varsity Ultimate Frisbee team completed 2017 with another unblemished record as they had done in 2016. Multiple CA teams earned berths to the season ending EIL tournaments as well. Congrats to the Varsity Softball, Baseball and Girls Lacrosse teams for matching or improving upon their seeding in the EIL tournaments this spring which is a sign of the steady improvement of the programs. The athletic department wishes everyone a rejuvenating, fun and active summer!

CA Community Group Cycle Ride on Saturday, June 10

May 23, 2017

Are you an avid cyclist? Looking to get out with some new and familiar faces? Join members of the CA community for a group ride around Concord during reunion weekend! Ben Carmichael ’01, Director of Marketing and Communications, will be leading a 10- to 15-mile scenic ride on Saturday, June 10. The group will meet at 8:00 a.m. in Aloian Circle. Parents, alumnae/i, and friends are welcome. We hope to see you there. Go Green!

CA Gear Pop-Up Store Will Be Open After Commencement

May 23, 2017

Concord Academy spirit wear will be on sale following the Commencement ceremony on June 2 at the CA Gear Pop-Up Store!