• MLK Day 2018

    Listening and Leaning into Discomfort

    The Concord Academy community gathered on Martin Luther King Jr. Day for a day on, rather than a day off. A documentary film, talks, and workshops asked students to listen to other perspectives and stand up for human rights.

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  • On Campus

    Family Weekend 2017

    Over the recent Family Weekend, faculty and staff welcomed parents in classrooms, art studios, and offices, and on athletic fields and courts, helping them experience CA and reconnect with students.

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  • Video

    About Concord Academy

    What is being a student at Concord Academy like? What is the community like? What difference has it made in your life? We asked a few CA students these questions – and loved what they had to say.

    Watch Their Answers
  • Welcome to CA

    Are you interested in applying to CA?

    If you're interested in applying to CA, you can find out more about how to schedule a tour, or how to contact one of our admissions officers.

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Concord Academy is a coeducational, independent, college preparatory boarding and day school for students in grades 9 – 12, in historic Concord, Massachusetts. CA students are self-motivated, love learning, and are ready to take full advantage of CA’s academic, artistic, athletic, social, and cultural opportunities.


Surprising Truths

  • Surprising Truth #1


    Some of our most unforgettable learning happens beyond the classroom.

    Whether it’s around town or in another country, our teachers bring students to fascinating places.

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  • Surprising Truth #2


    Engineering is one of the top college majors of our graduates.

    The ten colleges CA graduates enroll in most frequently include MIT, Brown, Columbia, and Yale.

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  • Surprising Truth #3


    Our students excel on AP tests.

    Not bad for a school that doesn't even offer AP classes.

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  • Surprising Truth #4

    No Labeling

    There's no labeling our students.

    One word is not enough to capture their wide-ranging interests.

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  • Surprising Truth #5

    First Names

    Their first day here, students are calling teachers by their first names.

    Years after commencement, no matter where they are, our graduates maintain close ties to the CA community.

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Surprising Truth #4

No Labeling

There's no labeling our students.

One word is not enough to capture their wide-ranging interests.

For more click here.
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CA News and Stories

  • Alex Ocampo ’10 visited Concord Academy on January 25 to talk about his... more
  • New York Times bestselling author Julie Lythcott-Haims visited campus on January 24 for... more
  • On January 15, the Concord Academy community gathered, as it does every year... more
  • In his mid-year chapel talk on January 9, 2018, Head of School Rick... more
  • On December 15 in the Elizabeth B. Hall Chapel, more than 80 Concord... more
  • Over the summer, Concord Academy students interned with the National Park Service as living... more
  • Translating a central text by Julius Caesar into Mandarin, CA students have paved... more
  • On October 26, immigration attorney Meg Moran P’15 ’18 addressed students, faculty, and... more
  • From an afternoon of nine hard-fought athletic contests at the Pingree School on... more
  • Around 225 alumnae/i returned to Concord Academy for reunion weekend, June 9 through... more
  • The skies were bright on June 2 for Concord Academy’s 95th Commencement exercise.... more
  • For her senior project, Nina He ’17 painted acrylic-on-canvas portraits of each of... more
  • Student Head of School Mary Craig ’17 welcomed parents to the community event... more
  • CA’s ambitious filmmaking program has been around for 50 years. Faculty and alumnae/i...more
  • “Positive change flows from a human connection,” says Lyn Burr Brignoli ’62. She...more
382Total Number of Students
6:1Student-Teacher Ratio
50% & 50%Male & Female Identified