ConVal Regional High School

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If you are interested in skiing Crotched Mountain this season, consider the Crotched Mountain Ski Club!

For as little as $129 — rentals and lessons are extra —, students can ski on five Mondays starting in January, then earn a Peak Pass for the rest of the season, which is a season pass to 14 Peak resorts.

On Thursday, ConVal High School welcomed 20 sophomores from Mascenic High School who toured CTE programs with their high school principal, John Barth, and school counseling director, Brent Clanin.

The group was greeted by ATC Director Jen Kiley who explained the CTE program to the students and noted that students can earn up to 70 total credits in the running start dual credit program.

We have combined the Athletic Store and the School Store into one store for the holidays!

This flash store will only be open for a short ordering period. To take advantage of these special offers, please follow this link and be sure to get your order in before the closing date of November 13,

Students in Frau Hodgdon’s German class gave presentations about a treat that enjoys universal appeal — “Schokolade,” or chocolate.

Students researched where and how the ingredients for commercial chocolate are grown, how chocolate is produced from roasted and ground cacao seeds, how it is flavored, how much it is sweetened, and how it is prepared in the form of a paste or solid block.

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ConVal Senior Rhett Landers has won the Peterborough Lantern Parade poster design contest for The Children and the Arts organization. Rhett is a student in Mr. Bills’ Graphic Design 1 class. 

This year, the Lantern Parade will be held on Saturday, December 7, as part of Peterborough’s Hometown Holiday Weekend.

The Peterborough Lantern Parade was inspired by the festival of lights tradition in England.

ConVal High School Senior and New Hampshire Youth Poet Laureate, Rachel Sturges, was invited to read her poetry as an opening speaker to kick off the New Hampshire Governor’s Arts Awards. The event was held at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord.

The New Hampshire Governor Arts Awards are honorary awards that recognize outstanding contributions to the excellence,

Congratulations to senior Liam McCall who was one of 14 German students nationwide to win a spot in the national finals for the IDO or International Deutsch (German) Olympics. 

McCall was chosen based on preliminary online rounds from close to three hundred students from around the country. 

In December, he will travel to Chicago to compete in the national finals. 

The Mary Varnum Platts-Peterborough Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution has announced the ConVal DAR Good Citizen Winner for 2019-2020 is senior Shannon Allen.

The DAR Good Citizen program and scholarship contest is intended to encourage and reward the qualities of good citizenship. Students selected for this award must have the following qualities:

  • Dependability – which includes truthfulness, loyalty, and punctuality.

Upcoming Events

November Friday
Winter Sport Registration – All Sports Makeup
2:30 pm
November Saturday
All State Auditions
November Sunday
Winter Sport Registration – All Sports Makeup
2:30 pm
November Monday
Winter Sports Tryouts
November Tuesday
Winter Sport Registration – All Sports Makeup
2:30 pm
November Wednesday
Thanksgiving Break — No School