ConVal Regional High School

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Lifetouch Special Events, the same company that creates student and staff IDs for the School District, will be providing professional photography services for the ConVal High School graduation ceremony on June 10, 2022.

Register at (the site will go live soon) and you will be notified when graduation images and proofs are available.

Seniors looking for entry-level work positions after graduation and students looking for part-time or seasonal work had the opportunity to connect with prospective employers during the Job and Career Fair at ConVal High School recently.

A number of employers sent representatives, including: American Steel, Hitchiner, Mathewson Companies, Millipore-Sigma, New Hampshire Ball Bearings (NHBB),

Four students — Isabelle Howard, Abigail Kamieniecki, Carly Pelkey, and Loraine Rupp — graduated from the LNA Health Careers program hosted by the Region 14 Applied Technology Center on Tuesday, May 24. 

Sister Juanita Durgin, their instructor, welcomed them to the profession with stories from her own career as a nurse and instructor. 

Students in Gretchen Lima’s Block 3 Personal Fitness Class received instruction on how to use the new chest press and leg press equipment in the Weight Room of ConVal High School.

The Personal Fitness class is designed to give students the opportunity to learn fitness concepts and conditioning techniques used for obtaining optimal physical fitness.

Honors & Awards

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Congratulations to Fletcher Maggs whose documentary “Everest To End Duchenne” garnered the top prize at the New Hampshire High School Short Film Festival (NHHSSFF) that was held on May 22 in Manchester.

The festival jurors were impressed in equal parts with the compelling story and the exceptional production quality of the movie. As they wrote in their evaluation: “The quality of the documentary was exemplary — cinematography,

On May 19, ConVal hosted the 17th annual German and Spanish National Honor Society Inductions. The societies recognize outstanding academic performances in language learning and recognize those who show achievement and commitment to promoting cultural understanding.

“Gratuliere” and “Felicidades” — we are so very proud of you!

The following students were inducted into the Deutsche Ehrenverbindung:

Hazel Armstrong-McEvoy,

Congratulations to Senior lacrosse player Sarah Holdredge who made her 300th career save last Friday against Kingswood.

Holdredge, who was recently featured as a “Hometown Hero” on WMUR Channel 9, will play lacrosse for Colby-Sawyer College in the fall.

Twenty-one students were inducted into the Region 14 Applied Technology Center chapter of the National Technical Honor Society (NHTS) on May 18.

Students and their families were welcomed by advisor Karen Fabianski and several members of the ATC faculty. Fabianski and ATC Director Jennifer Kiley shared about the history and attributes of the honor society,

Upcoming Events

May Thursday
Evening Pops Concert
6:30 pm
May Friday
In-School Pops Concert
8:00 am
May Monday
Memorial Day
May Tuesday
Spring Festival (Yearbook Release)
11:00 am
June Wednesday
Entrepreneurship Trade Show
7:30 am
June Friday
Last Day of Classes for Seniors

Non-Discrimination Statement

It is the policy of ConVal Regional High School that there shall be no discrimination on the basis of age, sex, gender, race, creed, color, marital status, physical or mental disability, national origin, sexual orientation, or any other categories protected by law.

This statement is a reflection of the mission of ConVal Regional High School which is carried out in accordance with the requirements of all applicable federal and state laws as well as the regulations which implement those laws. Specifically, the statement refers to Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination Act of 1967, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, N.H. Law Against Discrimination (RSA 354-A) State Rule: Ed. 303.01 (i), (j), (k), as well as the Department of Education Final Rule 34 CFR Part 106.

This policy of non-discrimination applies to all persons employed or served by the ConVal School District. Inquiries, complaints, and other communications relative to this policy and to the applicable laws and regulations concerned with non-discrimination shall be received by the Superintendent or designee.