Concord School District is an above average, public school district located in Concord, NH. It has 4,534 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 49% of students are at least proficient in math and 53% in reading.
Concord School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Concord School District
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Concord School District Reviews
I have mixed feelings about Concord School District as a whole. As I am writing this, I am a senior at CHS. On a positive note, the school is full of a great amount of teachers and people that I've gotten to know over my four years. With that being said, the opposite applies as well. There are teachers here that are so either strict or out of touch that it can ruin a class. Also, recently with regards to college, I've discovered the school doesn't really help. My Guidance Counselor sent in my transcript and recommendation and that was that. One thing I wish the school improved on was the financial aspect of school, because CHS definitely does not right now. Some other aspects of the school I was not a fan of was the lack of school spirit, terribly overpriced and awful tasting food, and a real lack of safety. Being involved with athletics since middle school here, I think the sports are really well taken care of.
Throughout my four years at Concord High School, I have found there to be an abundance of opportunities to challenge yourself academically and to get involved. I have always been someone who highly values service so being a student in the Concord School District has allowed me to continue helping the community. Additionally, there is an extremely diverse population of students which gives me exposure to many different cultures and lifestyles.
What I liked about Concord High School was the variety of clubs offered. I also loved how they included CRTC (Concord Regional Technical Center) into there curriculum. Students can get an in depth look into a future possible career (Health Science, Graphic Design...). Areas that need improvement is the college readiness in school. I feel as if we are never given college style tests and work. Also there needs to be be more hands on experiences and field trips.