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During Martin Luther King Day 2018 Programming, Listening and Leaning into Discomfort

January 16, 2018

On January 15, the Concord Academy community gathered, as it does every year on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, for a day on, rather than a day off — one of reflection on civil rights struggles and their legacy. A documentary film, talks, and workshops reinforced the importance of empathy, of understanding the world from other points of view, and drove home the message that to stand up for human rights, we must not let our discomfort stop us from speaking up.

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Contracts for the 2018–19 Academic Year Due by March 6

February 3, 2018

The 2018–19 student contracts for all eligible returning students will be both emailed and mailed to you on February 15. All completed contracts and deposits are due back to Concord Academy no later than March 6. Your contract package includes complete instructions. Please take a moment to review the instructions carefully prior to completing your contract as some of the instructions have changed from previous years. In particular, we are pleased to announce that we will be partnering with Smart Tuition for the upcoming school year. Your contract package contains more information about this exciting change. Please reach out to Diana O’Toole with any questions that you have. Diana may be reached at diana_otoole@concordacademy.org.

Spring Junior Art College Workshop, February 13

February 1, 2018

On Tuesday, February 13, from 6 to 7 p.m. in LABS 111, the Visual Arts Department and the College Counseling Office invite all juniors curious about visual art in college to attend the Spring Junior Art College Workshop. Students can expect to get an introduction to how visual art might be part of their college experience.

2018–19 Tentative Academic Calendar

January 21, 2018

We are pleased to share with you the tentative calendar for the 2018–19 academic year, found here.

Fall Athletic, Academic, and Advisor Comments Available January 23

January 21, 2018

On January 23, your PowerSchool account will contain a PDF for each student with fall academic and athletic comments, followed by fall house comments for boarders, and finally the fall advisor comment. Please let us know if you have any trouble accessing this information.

June Trips

January 21, 2018

June 2018 travel opportunities include trips to Rome, Nicaragua, and Key Largo, Fla. Read more for details about each trip.

During Martin Luther King Day 2018 Programming, Listening and Leaning into Discomfort

January 16, 2018

On January 15, the Concord Academy community gathered, as it does every year on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, for a day on, rather than a day off — one of reflection on civil rights struggles and their legacy. A documentary film, talks, and workshops reinforced the importance of empathy, of understanding the world from other points of view, and drove home the message that to stand up for human rights, we must not let our discomfort stop us from speaking up.

Cultural Immersion

December 18, 2017

Over the summer, CA German teacher Annie Falk and English teacher Laurence Vanleynseele accompanied 11 CA students to Göttingen, Germany, for 13 days, followed by a weekend in Berlin. Read the story and an interview with Falk, a language lover who came to German late in life but knew immediately that she wanted to teach in high school.

Fall Academic Reports Available on January 5

December 12, 2017

Parents will be able to view their child’s fall term academic comments, house comments for boarders, and fall season athletic comments starting Friday, January 5. The advisor report will be available later in the month (around January 23). Access to these reports is available through PowerSchool.

Online Bookstore Now Open

December 12, 2017

The online bookstore is now officially open! Please order your books as soon as possible if you have not yet done so.

Building a New Cultural Bridge

November 5, 2017

Translating a central text by Julius Caesar into Mandarin, CA students have paved a path for Latin learners in China and beyond.

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