ConVal Regional High School

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ConVal Regional High School will offer the PSAT on Saturday, October 17, this year.

The PSAT is an optional test for 11th grade students to help them prepare for the SAT, and it also serves as the qualifying exam for the National Merit Scholarship. 10th grade students may also take the exam, but will not be eligible for the National Merit Scholarship consideration.

Seniors will be taking the SAT, standardized test widely used for college admissions, on Wednesday, October 14, at ConVal High School. This testing date is replacing the statewide assessment that was canceled this spring.

For students who are not testing, this will be a remote learning day. Students from each cohort will arrive for testing,

In the video presentation below, school nurse Gretchen Shippee explains the COVID screening procedure for students as they arrive on campus at ConVal Regional High School.

Please click on the play button below to watch the 3½ minute video.

The following locations will be used for the screening:

Two screening stations will be set up at the main entrance near the apron.

The start of school which, in the past, was marked by students reconnecting in packed hallways after the long summer break, felt a bit different this year at ConVal High School.

COVID health check protocols were conducted on everyone before they could enter the building. Signage reminded staff and students to remain 6 feet apart and to wear masks.

Honors & Awards

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Lance Levesque who teaches digital media at ConVal’s Region 14 Applied Technology Center has just been recognized by the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) as an “Educator of Distinction.”

Educators of Distinction are outstanding role models and exemplary practitioners who have made a lasting difference in a student’s life by encouraging them to strive for excellence,

ConVal High School was notified by the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association (NHIAA) that it will receive the Associations’ Sportsmanship Award.

In a letter to the high school administration, Executive Director Jeffrey Collins wrote: “On behalf of the NHIAA Sportsmanship Committee, I am pleased to inform you that you will be receiving the NHIAA/National Federation of State High School Associations’

Congratulations to all the graduates of the Class of 2020!

Your class will determine how we will recover and rebuild our society. Keep our ConVal community in your memory as you embark on a new life of vision, purpose, and hope.

You have been successful and achieved a myriad of accomplishments while at ConVal.

Congratulations to Casey Jordan who received the 2019 DII State Championship Most Valuable Player award.

Jordan was recognized for his contributions to the ConVal Cougars soccer championship game last November.

“It was a total team effort,” noted coach Josh Smith. “Casey was able to score the lone goal in a 1-0 victory over Lebanon.”

Upcoming Events

October Monday
Columbus Day (No School), Professional Development Day 4
October Wednesday
7:30 am
October Saturday
7:30 am
October Thursday
NHHEAF Financial Aid Virtual Presentation
6:30 pm
November Tuesday
Professional Development Day 5
November Wednesday
Veterans Day (no school)