10th grade students enrolled in the history course Gender and Religion in the Early U.S., taught by new faculty member Ruth Watterson, took a field trip to Salem, Mass. earlier this fall.
Students gathered in the Performing Arts Center on Friday, October 8, for a Community and Equity assembly presented by Larry Spotted Crow Mann.
Together with his younger brother, Colton, Camden Francis ’22 founded a nonprofit called Beyond the Crisis to fight food insecurity, connecting with other organizations in a regional effort to mitigate hunger in Massachusetts.
On Friday, October 1, CA students gathered in the Chapel for a panel discussion in honor of Wrongful Conviction Day.
Fall All Parent Social Thursday, October 7, 20217:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.Chapel Lawn
Through Concord Academy’s InSPIRE (Interested Students Pursuing Internship Research Experiences) program, CA students have opportunities to contribute to ongoing research while working at some of the Boston area’s leading scientific institutions. Over eight weeks this summer, four CA seniors were matched with mentors in their field of interest and gained invaluable hands-on experience in robotics, genomic medicine, and cognitive science. The students gave presentations to the CA campus community on September 15.
In August, Concord Academy welcomed back many members of the class of 2020, who had ended their CA careers remotely, for a celebration of their class on campus.
Interim Head of School Sarah Yeh P’24 gave this chapel talk on September 1, 2021, the first of the 2021–22 school year.
Ashton Mota ’23 had the opportunity of a lifetime this summer. Through the GenderCool Project, he spoke at the White House, alongside President Joe Biden and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, in honor of Pride Month.
Love of learning is a lifelong habit that doesn’t end with the close of the school year—as the passions of CA faculty and staff can attest. Here are just a few of the many pursuits that kept CA adults engaged over this summer.