Concord Academy - Independent Boarding and Day School
  • Sharing and Hearing Our Stories

    Concord Academy Spends Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2019 in Listening and Reflection

    CA welcomed Rodney Glasgow — an educator, speaker, facilitator, trainer, and activist in the areas of diversity, equity, and social justice — who delivered a keynote address that touched our community deeply.

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  • Campus Life

    Improvements to Student Houses Revitalize CA’s Living and Learning Environment

    The CA community’s investment in the school’s residential houses is already making a significant difference in advancing CA’s mission.

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    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.

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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

    Learning

    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

    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

    Excel

    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 #2

Engineering

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.

For more click here.

Student and Faculty Profiles

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CA News and Stories

  • I am very pleased to announce that Laura Twichell ’01 has agreed to... more
  • A charismatic opera singer and Boston University graduate student, Tai Oney became CA’s... more
  • Hari Kondabolu doesn’t usually play high school auditoriums. Watching the acclaimed comedian work... more
  • The Community and Equity assembly on November 15 was a high point in... more
  • On November 8, 2018–19 Davidson Lecturer Patsy Aldana ’64 spoke at CA about the... more
  • On the evening of October 20, a group of Concord Academy faculty, alumnae/i,... more
  • On October 2, Mark Berger ’06 gave a talk hours before CA’s opening... more
  • The powerful independent documentary films that Catherine Saalfield Gund ’83 has created over... more
  • The school year opened with optimism, thanks in part to the remarkable contributions... more
  • The 2018–19 school year began with an infusion of energy and optimism, thanks... more
  • S. Bear Bergman ’92 was welcomed back to campus to present the first... more
  • On September 4, CA welcomed returning students, faculty, and staff to Concord Academy’s... more
  • It was a beautiful New England spring weekend ideal for reuniting old friends... more
  • Concord Academy’s 96th Commencement exercises on the Elizabeth B. Hall Chapel lawn marked... more
  • The Concord Academy Performing Arts Department presented Membra, a beautiful piece of music... more
6:1Student-Teacher Ratio
29Number of Buildings
50% & 50%Male & Female Identified

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