Friday, September 21, 2012
Local students exceeded the state averages across all categories.
The results of the 2012 MCAS exams were released earlier this week. The chart below offers a quick glance showing how Concord and Concord-Carlisle students fared in comparison to the state averages. For statewide results and to see how local students stacked up against some comparable districts, check out the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education's website. Grade and Subject Source: Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (Click here for complete MCAS results)
Thursday, May 10, 2012
US News released the top high schools in America.
US News released its fourth edition of top high schools in America, ranking Concord Carlisle High School at 603 among nearly 22,000 public schools. The publication lists Concord Carlisle High School as 30th among 351 Massachusetts high schools. According to the report, schools were ranked by how well they prepare students for college success. “US News partnered with the Washington, DC-based American Institutes for Research, which implemented US News's rankings methodology,” read the report. “US News determines the degree to which schools prepare students for college-level work by analyzing student success in Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate programs, both of which include college-level courses.” Statistics listed include…
Sunday, October 2, 2011
This week's schedule of games and matches for Concord-Carlisle athletes.
Here's a look at the schedule for all Patriots teams from Monday, Oct. 3 through Friday, Oct. 7 Monday, Oct. 3 Tuesday, Oct. 4 Wednesday, Oct. 5 Thursday, Oct. 6 Friday, Oct. 7
Thursday, September 8, 2011
Patriots stand at 1-1 after today's match.
There may not be any tougher team to play during the regular season than the Lincoln-Sudbury Warriors, and the Concord-Carlisle girls volleyball team learned that this afternoon in Sudbury. Hurt by several unforced errors and a dominant Lincoln-Sudbury service game, the Patriots (1-1) were swept in straight sets (12-25, 16-25, and 4-25) at the hands of the Warriors (2-0) in Dual County League play. The loss gave the Patriots motivation going forward however, as first year head coach Jim Crandall hopes that his program can eventually be as successful as Lincoln-Sudbury’s. “We have to develop confidence in our service game,” said Crandall. “We have a lot of new players, and LS is at the level we want to eventually be at. “We started two …
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
An image gallery of Concord students returning to class.
Today marked the start of the 2011-2012 school year for Concord Public Schools and the Concord-Carlisle Regional School District. All day, parents have been sending us pictures of their kids as they headed off to class this morning. These are reader submitted photos of students from all over town. It's not too late to add a picture of your student either. E-mail back to school photos to Chris.Tanguay@Patch.com to be included in the slideshow.
Boy's team is young, but prepared.
Both Concord-Carlisle High School soccer teams wrapped up their preseasons this weekend with a final scrimmage before this week’s opening to the regular season. On Saturday, Head Coach Nancy Slocum brought the Patriot girls team to Reading Memorial High School and the boys head coach Ray Pavlik traveled with his squad to North Andover High School. The girls, who in 2010 finished 12-2-4 and fell in the quarterfinals of the MIAA North Division 1 Tournament, play their first regular season game on Wednesday against Bedford High School at 3:45 p.m. The boys, who are 2009 and 2010 MIAA Division 2 State Champions, and who finished the 2010 season 21-1-1, play at Bedford High School at 4 p.m. Pavlik said this year’s team is quite new compared to …