On Saturday, February 21st, Campbell has the honor of hosting the NHIAA Division III State Wrestling Championships.More...
2015 YOUTH ART MONTH EXHIBIT will open Sunday, March 1st from 12:00-2:00p.m. at Plymouth University at the Silver Center.
The opening reception will have light refreshments, interactive art activities at the Art Gallery, tours of the PSU campus Art Studios, and New Hampshire Artist, Emile Birch will be available to meet families at the Gallery. Student work from Campbell High School students, Aleah Greene, Adam Champagne, Michael McSorley, and Christian L’Etoile will be on exhibit until April 10, 2015. The exhibit is open to the public weekdays 9:00am-5pm and on weekends 12:00-5:00pm (closed Easter 4/5).
2015-2016 PROGRAM OF STUDIES
The school board approved, 2015-2016 Program of Studies is available as an attachment below (labeled "New Program of Studies).
COURSE SELECTION DATES:
March 6th - 13th (via Edline)
Scholastic Art Awards
Hardy New Englanders came out during the lull of Sunday’s snowstorm for the New Hampshire Scholastic Art Awards Ceremony at Pinkerton Academy. Campbell High School students Julia Taddonio, Adam Champagne, Aleah Greene, Amanda Pedersen and Quinn O’Connell were recognized for their scholastic achievement. Photographed is Quinn O’Connell receiving his gold key for his drawing “Without Training Wheels”.
Winning is sweet! During Mrs. Gnaegy’s foods classes’ Cupcake Wars Semester 1, Nicole Golden and Alissa Picard hold their cupcake entry. Winning Best Presentation for “Teddy Bear Beach Surprise” was Julia Martinage, Emily Mailhiot, Rileigh Cloonan and Jessica Baril. Best Tasting Cupcake for Tri-Berry Cakes went to Megan Otis, Sean Sevard, Trevor Meyers, and Kelly Shattuck. The winning cupcakes were judged from 20 different kitchens! Congrats to all the winners!