ConVal Regional High School

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Lydia Cleveland is a senior who is taking Ms. Mitschmyer’s Ceramics class this semester. For a recent assignment, she created a website that features her own work and the work of an artist, Bailey Arend, who also works in clay.

“What I especially liked about Lydia’s website was how well thought out it was,”

Welcome to the ConVal High School Winter Fan Store!

This store will be open TWICE: Opening 11/20 and closing 11/28 for Christmas (we will message you if ANYTHING won’t be ready in time – can happen if things are coming from west coast) and then again for later, December/January open/close for anyone who missed the first round!

The ConVal Holiday Craft Fair took place on Saturday, November 19, in the ConVal gym.

There were holiday decorations handmade by crafters and makers of all sorts as well hand-knit and crocheted clothing items by local artisans. In addition, representatives from national brands and direct sales vendors presented a wide variety of merchandise.

To read the November 18, 2022 edition of the Weekly Cougar News, please click here.

Honors & Awards

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Congratulations to our ConVal Fall Sports athletes who received All-State honors!

  • Volleyball: Emma Rodenhiser, First Team; Kendall Sullivan, Honorable Mention
  • Field Hockey: Laramie Wilson, First Team; Lydia Cleveland, Honorable Mention
  • Golf: Wyatt Burbank, First Team
  • Boys Soccer: Wyatt Beaulieu, Austin Klonel, and Garrett Rousseau, Honorable Mention
  • Girls Soccer: Abigail Lussier,

On November 14, the ConVal Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) inducted 15 new members with a ceremony in the Lucy Hurlin Theatre. ConVal’s NHS advisors Sara Longo and Amy Rushford as well as principal McKillop participated in the event.

Students are bestowed with this honor by a group of ConVal faculty based on outstanding achievements in scholarship,

Congratulations to Alec Stetzer (Class of 2022) who recently received the Best Overall Project Award from the New Hampshire Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIANH). He had designed and submitted the project as part of a spring class with Karen Fabianski. Stetzer currently studies architecture at the Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston.

Congratulations to Callie Boisvert and Abbey Shumway who were selected as the recipients of the Silent Servant award and a $500 prize from the Peter R. Marsh Foundation. The award recognizes outstanding high school students who have demonstrated altruistic and selfless voluntary service to their communities.

Boisvert and Shumway were recognized for initiating the “Break the Silence 5K”

Upcoming Events

November Wednesday
ACTE Vision Conference
December Thursday
ACTE Vision Conference
December Friday
ACTE Vision Conference
December Saturday
ACTE Vision Conference
December Saturday
NEMFA Auditions
December Monday
Winter Play Auditions
2:30 pm

Title IX

The purpose of the District’s Policy ACAC – Title IX Sexual Harassment Policy and Grievance Process is to address sexual harassment as defined in Title IX that occurs within the educational programs and activities of the district. Title IX inquiries may be referred to the District’s Title IX Coordinator:

Ann E. Forrest, Ed.D.
Assistant Superintendent and Title IX Coordinator
106 Hancock Road
Peterborough, NH 03458
(603) 924-3336 x2068

Title IX Training Materials: