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High school columns

Alvirne’s ‘Alvies’ celebrate talents of media students

Throughout the year at Alvirne High School, students can be seen running around with video cameras and peers to create videos for classes and programs … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Merrimack seniors help community on Service Day

The Wednesday morning announcements featured an appreciative David Delisle reading a thank-you note written to the Class of 2015 from one of the senior citizens … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Campbell musicians go out with fun Spring Pops Concert

The Spring Pops Concert is a tradition at Campbell High School that takes place at the end of every year, showcasing the school’s music department. … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Souhegan raises charitable funds through Run for Hope

One school, four grades, three causes. This is Souhegan High School’s Run for Hope. The Run for Hope is a schoolwide event with the goal … Full story    
Updated yesterday

ASD raises funds through Duct Tape Challenge

The Academy for Science and Design, a charter school with a focus on the STEM subjects of science, technology, engineering and math, has a great … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Nashua North juniors see value in opting out of test

As the school year is coming to a close, the discussion about junior standardized testing often comes up in conversation through the halls of Nashua … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Nashua South seniors face balancing finances, college of their dreams

Ever since freshman year, you have been building up your resume to get into a good college. Teachers and parents urged you to get the … Full story    
Updated yesterday

NCA classes take overnight field trip to zoo

Nashua Christian Academy freshmen and sophomores went on an overnight field trip to Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence, R.I., with biology teacher Monique Niemaszyk … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Milford club that helps senior citizens continues to thrive

“Don’t take the elderly for granted,” says Linette Davidson, recreation director at Crestwood Center assisted-living facility in Milford. With that in mind, last year a … Full story    
Published:  May 17, 2015

Nashua South’s Panther Players to perform ‘Twelve Angry Men’

The Nashua High School South Drama Club, also known as the Panther Players, is putting on the classic Reginald Rose play “Twelve Angry Men” as … Full story    
Published:  May 17, 2015