ConVal Regional High School

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Every March, all voters in the district are provided with the opportunity to vote on the budget for the following school year.

In addition, there are some items that frequently appear and require voter approval, including acceptance of the auditor reports, appropriation of funds for the various district trust funds, and School Board member salaries.

Students in Ms. Gagnon’s Psychology class recently created Augmented Reality (AR) files to present connections related to famous psychologists.

The blended learning assignment, “Connections throughout the history of psychology,” asked students to research a psychological theorist of their choice. Students then used their findings to create 3-minute videos. The videos reviewed key facts about the psychologists,

ConVal High School is excited to welcome the Class of 2022. We are eager to meet the members of the new freshman class and look forward to working with them on their class selections.

The first step in the transition from middle school to high school will begin with student meetings in February.

Course registration for the 2018-2019 school year will begin on February 2, 2018. Counselors will meet with:

  • Juniors on February 5, 2018
  • Sophomores on February 12, 2018 and
  • Freshmen on February 19, 2018

to hand out course selection sheets and review the registration process. School counselors will be coming to these respective TASC rooms and will address the students while they are scheduling for the week.

Honors & Awards

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Max Sturges, a senior at ConVal Regional High School, has committed to play Division II soccer at the University of Tampa, where he will attend college in the fall.

A nationally ranked DII school, Tampa finished the season 25th in the country. The Spartans are part of the Sunshine State Conference (SSC), known to be one of the toughest DII conferences.

Nominations are currently being sought for the 2018 Class of Inductees into the ConVal High School Athletic Hall of Fame.

The ConVal High School Athletic Hall of Fame was established to formally honor the memory and contributions of the many athletes, coaches, and supporters of our athletic program. The Hall Of Fame serves as a symbol of our appreciation of the excellence,

Congratulations to ConVal Art teacher Mary Goldthwaite whose work has been selected to be on display at the Aviary Gallery during the month of February. The exhibit’s title is “Guided By (Female) Voices.”

Ms. Goldthwaite’s medium is the art of cut paper, or “Scheerenschnitte.” According to Wikipedia, Scheerenschnitte is an art form with a long tradition.

Congratulations to the two dozen ConVal students of German and Spanish who had qualified for the annual Foreign Language Poetry Recitation Contest at Hanover High School.

The competition took place on December 14 and gathered language students from 15 New Hampshire high schools to recite poems in their target language before a panel of judges.

Upcoming Events

February Monday
Winter Recess – NO SCHOOL
February Tuesday
Winter Recess – NO SCHOOL
February Wednesday
Winter Recess – NO SCHOOL
March Thursday
Winter Recess – NO SCHOOL
March Friday
Winter Recess – NO SCHOOL
March Monday
Spirit of Kindness Week

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.