The Struggle with Daylight Savings Ending

The Struggle with Daylight Savings Ending

For the majority of students at Concord Academy, daylight savings means nothing more than dialing their clock one hour back or happily gaining an extra hour of sleep on November 1st. However, this change in time is an extra burden for international students who are...
Rick Hardy Stepping Down

Rick Hardy Stepping Down

In the midst of simultaneous events—the COVID-19 pandemic, the college application process for seniors, and the U.S. presidential election—the Head of School of Concord Academy decided to step down. The  Board of Trustees sent out an official announcement via...

CA Presidential Election Results

Before the election, Hayden Jennings ’21 took a schoolwide survey asking members of the community their political choices anonymously. Here are the results! Senate Election Results Presidential Election Results Political Party Survey...
Fall Athletics Recap

Fall Athletics Recap

The leaves are falling, the days are becoming shorter, and Concord Academy’s fall athletics season has come to a close. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CA sports looked very different than they have in past years. Whether participating in remote fitness classes or...

Coronavirus Cases Rising in MA

As schools and businesses continue to reopen, coronavirus cases are rising again in Massachusetts. As of November 7, the New York Times reports a seven-day average of 1,571 new confirmed cases per day in Massachusetts, with Middlesex County, where Concord Academy is...

Pilot Boarding

During the beginning of STAC 2, Concord Academy welcomed the first group of boarding students back on campus since school became remote back in March. Currently, each of the six boarding houses has around six to eight students, with forty boarders in total, a...