99th Commencement Exercises

Concord Academy’s 100th school year culminated in a heartwarming ceremony on May 26, 2023, when the CA community gathered in pride in Academy Garden to honor its newest graduates. The spring morning couldn’t have been more beautiful, with a gentle breeze and hardly a cloud, promising blue skies ahead for Concord Academy’s class of 2023.

Congratulations, Class of 2023! 


Centennial Celebration

Coinciding with Reunion 2023

Friday, June 9 – Sunday, June 11

All members of the CA community—alums, parents, students, faculty, and staff—are invited to campus for the grand finale of the school’s Centennial festivities!

An Unprecedented Opportunity

This is the moment for the global CA community to support the Centennial Campaign. Learn about the planned Centennial Arts Center and a bold leap for the school’s endowment.

CA Magazine

This issue of CA Magazine celebrates alums who have forged unique paths, teachers who are inspiring innovative collaborations, and Concord Academy’s recent progress in advancing equity. We hope you’ll enjoy the stories below and read the full issue.

Get to Know CA

Get a sense of academics, athletics, arts, student life, and what it is like to be a student at Concord Academy.

News and Stories

Running—But Not Hurrying

On May 4, students, faculty, and staff celebrated the installation of Henry D. Fairfax as the 11th head of school. The ceremony honored his visionary leadership and marked a historic moment for CA. Speakers shared reflections on Fairfax’s commitment to community and Fairfax shared his vision for the future of CA.

Filmmaker André Robert Lee Will Speak at CA’s 2023 Commencement

Concord Academy will welcome André Robert Lee to speak at Commencement on May 26, 2023. A filmmaker, keynote speaker, consultant, writer, and educator, Lee has committed his career to “building an army of change agents.” He currently serves as the executive producer for the WNYC Live Radio show Notes from America with Kai Wright.

How to Engineer Historical Empathy

Two CA classes recently teamed up to bring local history to life. Kim Frederick’s U.S. history research seminar and a mobile apps computer science class taught by Ben Stumpf ’88 created augmented reality history tours to tell the stories of the people—Nipmuc, Wampanoag, English, African, and American—who lived where Concord Academy now sits.



Concord Academy attracts students who love learning in a challenging and supportive environment, embrace diverse people and ideas, are curious about the world around them, and uphold strong community values. Contact us to learn more about our community.

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