Featured image of article: Maggs Documentary Wins NHHSSFF Top Honors

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,

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Featured image of article: World Language Honor Societies Induct 16 Students

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,

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Featured image of article: ConVal Band And Chorus Receive Platinum And Gold Medals At Great East Music Festival

The ConVal Music Department went to the Great East Music Festival at Palmer High School in Palmer, MA, on Friday, May 13.

After meeting some of the school’s Band and Choir students, the band and vocal ensembles warmed up in their classrooms, and performed in their theatre for adjudication and then received feedback.

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Featured image of article: Abe Ewing Receives 2022 NEAWT Program of the Year Award

Congratulations to ATC teacher Abe Ewing (on right) who was recently selected as the recipient of the 2022 Program of the Year Award by the New England Association of Woodworking Teachers (NEAWT). Daniel Delollis of Hull High School in Massachusetts (on left) was chosen for the Teacher of the year Award.

The New England Association of Woodworking Teachers was founded in 2001 to serve woodworking teachers and programs through an association of peers.

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Featured image of article: Students Selected For The April Cougar C.A.R.E.S Awards

Congratulations to the following winners of a Cougar C.A.R.E.S Award for the month of April:

  • Seniors: Lillian Devoid, Chloe Griggs, Corey Guzman, Fletcher Maggs, and Avery Pope
  • Juniors: Callie Boisvert, Christine Broderick, Chelsea Cilley, Keegan Ross, and Donovan Sweeney
  • Sophomores: Jake Alonso, Hayden Bickes, Solomon Page, Ellie Rupp, Katelyn Stone, and Ary Vayens
  • Freshmen: Jasmine Gagne,

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Featured image of article: Maddy Faber Chosen For Jack Ford Memorial Scholar Athlete Award

Congratulations to senior Maddy Faber, the recipient of this year’s Jack Ford Memorial Scholar Athlete Award for Division II.

“This award is given to only one individual from each division,” said basketball coach Kevin Proctor. “I believe this to be the greatest honor a high school basketball player can be awarded in the state of New Hampshire.”

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Featured image of article: Sarah Holdredge Named A WMUR Hometown Hero

Senior Girls Lacrosse player Sarah Holdredge has been named this week’s WMUR Hometown Hero. Sarah’s story aired on WMUR Channel 9 on Thursday, March 24.

In the broadcast, ConVal Lacrosse coach Derek Sorbello described the unique qualities that Holdredge possesses. As the team’s star goalie, Sorbello said, Holdredge “is one of the best unicorns we have had.”

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