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    Students and teachers work together as a community of learners dedicated to intellectual rigor and creative endeavor.

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    A deep sense of community shapes every class, activity, and team experience at CA. Community is vital to CA’s culture in which each individual is valued for his/her unique contributions.

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    The strong bonds forged among students, faculty, and advisors are at the heart of a Concord Academy education.

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    Common Trust encourages the development of each student’s full potential within the context of responsibility and service to a larger community.

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    I try to take the train to Boston at least once a month. I love the liveliness, diversity, and colors. I feel alive when I go into the city.

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    I love the atmosphere that CA creates. In a school based around common trust, you are given a lot of free time, but expected to turn that free time into ...

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Our Campus

Set on 27 acres in Concord, MA, the CA campus is a striking mix of historic New England homes and more modern state-of-the-art facilities.

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Our School

The CA campus is just minutes from downtown Concord, Massachusetts - a town rich in historic and literary traditions.

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Sample Schedule

Imagine studying The English Romantics, Advanced Mandarin, and Digital Graphics Design. Those are just some of the challenging and inventive course offerings at CA.

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  • Boys' Varsity Soccer Tournament Run Ends

    Posted November 24, 2015

    Though the boys' varsity soccer 2015 NEPSAC run has come to an end, the program notched yet another winning season and its third NEPSAC tournament appearance in the last four years.

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  • Umbrella Community Arts Center Empty Bowls Event a Success

    Posted November 24, 2015

    Concord Academy partnered with the Umbrella Community Arts Center for the second annual Empty Bowls Event on Thursday, November 5. Empty Bowls is an international fundraiser that encourages local potters join with local restaurants, serving soup in handmade bowls to help fight hunger. $2,800 was raised to help Open Table Concord continue offering weekly dinner service, keep its food pantry stocked with essentials, and build a supportive community. The bowls for this event were made by Umbrella adult and teen students, Umbrella teachers, Umbrella resident artists and staff, and teens from the Fenn School, Middlesex School, and Concord Academy.

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  • Fall 2015 Concord Academy Magazine

    Posted November 24, 2015

    The fall 2015 Concord Academy magazine should be on its way to you, if you haven't already received it. Last fall, the magazine announced the Centennial Plan for Concord Academy, sharing a vision for the school in anticipation of its 100th anniversary in 2022. In this issue, we're excited to unveil create + innovate: The Centennial Campaign for Concord Academy and share the groundbreaking on the campaign's first major capital project: CA Labs. You'll also find alumnae/i profiles of Nick Axelrod '02, Alex Klickstein Glazier '89, and Benjamin Kennedy '95, stories on our new athletic leadership, and much more. Send a letter to the editor at magazine@concordacademy.org to share responses or ideas for future issues.

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  • Dance Company Concert, December 5

    Posted November 24, 2015

    The first-ever Dance Company concert in which all the work has been choreographed by dance company members will take place on Saturday, December 5, at 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. in the SHAC Dance Studio. Tickets can be reserved starting on Tuesday, December 1, at lunch, or by emailing amy_spencer@concordacademy.org.

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  • EIL and NEPSAC Honor CA Student-Athletes

    Posted November 23, 2015

    At the end the fall season, a number of Concord Academy competitors have received special distinction from the Eastern Independent League (EIL) and New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC). EIL honored two CA coaches, Jon Waldron and Joe Bohenek, as coaches of the year as well. Congratulations to all of of CA's dedicated student-athletes.

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  • Happy Thanksgiving to All

    Posted November 23, 2015

    Everyone at Concord Academy wishes you a happy and restful Thanksgiving break with family and friends, and safe travels for all. We look forward to seeing your children again after the holiday.

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  • Smile: Support CA Every Time you Shop on Amazon

    Posted November 23, 2015

    We’d like to remind CA parents, alumnae/i, and friends about another way to give back — when you shop at AmazonSmile this holiday season, Amazon will donate 0.5% of the purchase price to Concord Academy. It all adds up! AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support CA every time you shop, at no cost to you. Just begin your shopping at smile.amazon.com or go to “Your Account” on Amazon, select “Change Your Charity,” type “Concord Academy” in the “Pick Your Own Organization” box, and finally, select Concord Academy (Secondary/High School).

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  • Our Food Supply System is Broken, and 21st-Century Farmer Sonia Lo ’84 is Out to Fix It

    Posted November 19, 2015

    Sonia Lo '84, the CEO of Fresh Box Farms, is pioneering high-density, high-yield, pesticide- and GMO-free, indoor vertical hydroponic farming. As the 2015–16 Hall Fellow, she spoke with the CA community on campus and gave a CA Talk at Catalyst Restaurant in Cambridge, Mass.

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  • CA's Volleyball and Boys’ Soccer Teams Earn Bids to NEPSAC Quarterfinals; Soccer Advances to Semifinals

    Posted November 19, 2015

    The fall sports season at Concord Academy is finishing strong. Both the girls’ varsity volleyball and boys’ varsity soccer teams earned bids yesterday to the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Tournament quarterfinals.

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  • Neave Piano Trio Master Class

    Posted November 17, 2015

    On Tuesday, Nov 3, students in Dance, Chamber Music, Orchestra, CA Singers, and Chorus gathered together to attend a master class given by the Neave Piano Trio, a dynamic young ensemble that is currently in residence at San Diego University but has roots in the Boston area.

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