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Registration is now open for the 2018 Summer Academy which will be held July 9 – August 2, 2018.

The Academy is a great way to extend student learning through the summer to prevent the usual “summer slide” — the traditional loss of academic skills and knowledge over the course of the summer holidays.

The spring 2018 end-of-year schedule for ConVal Regional High School is now available online.

In addition to the Spring Celebration of Learning, college fair, job fair, drama performances, the POPS concert, and regular final exams, the schedule lists all senior-specific year-end activities like senior finals, the senior breakfast, and marching practices.

For the recent Monadnock Chorus spring concert, the ConVal art department was contacted and commissioned to create three works of art.

Creating the works were three pairs of collaborators: seniors Nik Batty & Anna McGuiness, juniors Eamon Welby & Jaclyn Clark, and art department chair Ben Putnam and his wife Ann Putnam.  All works needed to be 4’x4′

The theme for this year’s Children and the Arts Festival is “A Pirate’s Life for Me.”

On Wednesday, students from Mrs. Seale’s fourth-grade class at Francestown Elementary School and students from ConVal High School collaborated on creating a pirate-themed story in Ms. Vanat’s English classroom. The collaboration was inspired by District Arts Integration Coordinator Jeannie Connolly.

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Junior August George has been accepted to screen his film “Le Nôtre Héritage” (“Our Heritage”) at the New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival. Fellow junior Amber Ruston was the assistant editor. The film was created in Mr. Levesques’ Photo 2 class as a photo film project.

“Le Nôtre Héritage” was one of 27 student-produced short films that were selected to screen at the 2018 New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival (NHHSSFF).

ConVal Senior Garrett Shows was a featured panelist on “The Exchange” with Laura Knoy this morning. The show was dedicated to the topic “Intelligent Lives: Challenging Perceptions About Intelligence and Ability.”

The show explained the benefits of inclusion, both for those who are differently abled and for the general student population at ConVal Regional High School. 

Paula Kingsbury-Evans was selected as the recipient of a New England Service Scholarship, one of just 62 New Hampshire public high school seniors chosen by the Red Sox Foundation.

The Red Sox Service Scholarships Program honors academically-talented public high school seniors who have demonstrated a commitment to community service. Each scholarship winner will receive a $1,000.00 scholarship award which will be paid directly to the college in which they are enrolled.

Three ConVal students, Grace Christensen (sophomore, soprano voice), Christopher Clark (senior, bass voice), Sandra MacKay (freshman, violin), joined together with over 500 students throughout NH to participate in the 2018 New Hampshire All State Festival this past weekend.

Students prepare for auditions each fall and the top performers in each instrument are chosen to participate in one of five ensembles: Mixed Choir,

Upcoming Events

May Monday
Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL
May Tuesday
World Language Honor Society Inductions
6:00 pm
May Wednesday
8th Grade Orientation
6:00 pm
June Friday
Drama Awards Night
7:00 pm
June Tuesday
Grand Night For Singing
6:30 pm
June Thursday
Celebration of Learning
6:00 pm

1:1 Chromebook And Blended Learning At ConVal High School

In an effort to further enhance academic programs currently offered in the ConVal School District, the School Board approved, in February of 2016, the purchase of Chromebook laptop computers for the middle and high schools.

The first phase of establishing 1:1 (1 laptop computer for every 1 student) learning environments will be introduced this fall.  Freshman and sophomore students will be issued an HP Chromebook x360 11 Education Edition, starting in October 2017. Detailed information about the program will be made available during parent and student orientations.

Chromebook Fee

Parents/Guardians have the option of paying an annual $25 Chromebook fee. If parents/guardians choose to pay this fee for the 2017-2018 school year, repairable damage to the Chromebook will be 100% covered. Additionally, if the Chromebook needs to be replaced due to damage or loss, parents/guardians of high school students will be charged only $100 for replacement and parents/guardians of middle school students will be charged only $75 for replacement

Parents interested in paying the optional Chromebook fee of $25 need to do so prior to October 16th. Payments should be made electronically at K12PaymentCenter. If unable to make an electronic payment and need to make a payment using an alternate method, please contact Mindy Ryan, ConVal School District’s Business Administrator, by phone 603-924-3336 ext. 2029 or by email

For any additional information, please consult the 1:1 Parent and Student Handbook and visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.


For a midyear update on the implementation of the 1:1 Blended Learning environment in grades 7-10, please view the video below.