Annual Non-Discrimination Notice

    ConVal High School and Region 14 Applied Technology Center

    ConVal Regional High School and the Region 14 Applied Technology Center (ATC) do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities.

    The purpose of the educational program at ConVal Regional High School is to provide students with a college and career readiness curriculum that encompasses knowledge, skills, and competencies for success.

    The Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs at the Region 14 ATC provide students with a wide range of skills demanded in the labor market while preparing them for post-secondary degrees in technical fields.

    Programs include offerings in Automotive Technology, Business, Careers in Education, Computers & Information Technology, Construction Trades, Digital Photo & Video, Engineering, Graphic Design, and Manufacturing.

    Admission to CTE programs is open to all students in grades 10-12 but requires an application and, in specific cases, may be subject to prerequisites such as current health insurance coverage, a driver's license, and/or a medical release.

    Running Start and dual credit options with the New Hampshire Community College system are available for an additional fee.

    The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Ann E. Forrest, Ed.D. Assistant Superintendent Title IX Coordinator 106 Hancock Road Peterborough, NH 03458 (603) 924-3336 x2026; Cari Christian-Coates, M.Ed. Director of Student Service 504 Coordinator 106 Hancock Road Peterborough, NH 03458 (603) 924-3336 x2048.


July 2024

School News

  • Jul 24, 2024
    Legally Blonde Rehearsal

    Summer Musical "Legally Blonde, Jr"

    Rehearsals are well underway for the ConVal Summer Academy production of "Legally Blonde, Jr." The musical follows Elle Woods whose life is turned upside down when her boyfriend Warner breaks up with her just before leaving for Harvard Law School. Determined to get him back, Elle ingeniously charms her way into the prestigious law school and, with the support of her friends Emmett and Paulette, begins to outsmart her peers, proving that good looks and serious books are not mutually exclusive. "Legally Blonde, Jr" features great songs and energetic dance numbers with a supporting cast of sorority sisters, law school students, hairdressers, and more. The production features members of the Class of 2024 as well as current students in ConVal High School, Great Brook School, and South Meadow School. The musical will be performed in the Lucy Hurlin Theatre on Thursday, August 1, at 6:00 pm and on Friday, August 2, at 2:00 pm (matinee) and 6:00 pm. For ticket information, please go to the online ticket site here.

  • Jul 17, 2024
    Lima and students practice Warrior pose

    Summer Academy Offers Personal Fitness/Yoga Class

    One of the courses offered during ConVal's Summer Academy is a class in Personal Fitness/Yoga. In addition to comprehensive strength training and cardiorespiratory endurance activities, students learn yoga poses, breathing exercises, relaxation, and mindfulness techniques that allow them to strengthen, align, and balance the body, focus the mind, and soothe and recharge the nervous system. Instructor Gretchen Lima and students practice the warrior pose (Virabhadrasana) which increases flexibility in the hips, tones the legs and feet, and helps align the knee and ankle. Upon successful completion of the course, students will earn an elective Health and Wellness credit.

  • Jul 17, 2024
    Students use pottery wheel

    Summer Academy Teaches Pottery Wheel Skills

    ConVal Summer Academy offers students the opportunity to participate in art classes, whether for enrichment or for high school elective credit. In Karrie Mitschmyer's ceramics course, students learned to use the pottery wheel this week. The pottery wheel is a fundamental tool used for shaping clay into various forms such as cups, bowls, and vases. It allows potters to create consistent and symmetrical forms quickly, though mastering its use requires practice and skill to control the clay effectively while it spins.

  • Jul 16, 2024
    ConVal Athletics Registration Now Open

    Fall Sports Registration Now Open

    Registration for all fall sports—football, soccer, cross country, volleyball, field hockey, spirit team, and Unified—is now open. Make sure to sign into FinalForms, the district-wide replacement software for FamilyID, to create a parent or student account. The football pre-season starts on August 16 at ConVal High School, all other fall sports begin on August 19, 2024.

  • Jul 12, 2024
    Summer Academy Teaches Spanish Language and Culture

    Summer Academy Teaches Spanish Language and Culture

    This week, the ConVal Summer Academy Spanish program was dedicated to food and food culture. It involved learning vocabulary and expressions that allow the students to communicate in the target language while cooking traditional Latin American and Spanish meals. To add an extra element of authenticity to the meals, all the foods were made from scratch with original ingredients.

  • Jul 9, 2024
    ConVal Summer Academy Begins

    ConVal Summer Academy Begins

    Summer Academy at ConVal High School began on Monday with school administrators reviewing student schedules and directing them to their assigned classrooms.

    In addition to credit recovery courses in English, Mathematics, and Social Studies, Summer Academy offers an array of enrichment and elective courses. These include classes in ceramics, 3D decorative art, a comedy workshop, personal fitness through yoga, a social studies course focusing on women leaders, as well as an introductory class to Spanish language and culture. Introduction to Theatre Arts will rehearse and perform "Legally Blonde, Jr," the program's ninth annual summer musical.


Klonel, Petrov, Rodenhiser with Medals
ConVal Valedictorian, Salutatorians
McKillop holding U.S. News & World Report plaque
ConVal a U.S. News Best High School
McKillop signs PASCH contract
ConVal A German "Partner for the Future"
Great East Festival
Chorus and Band win Gold at Great East
Student Trip to Spain
Student Trip to Spain
Montreal Bus Tour
Senior Trip to Montreal
ConVal Scholar Athletes
Scholar Athletes honored by NHIAA
Student conducts coral research
Students study Ecology in Belize


Our Vision

In the ConVal community, all learners will achieve academically, act thoughtfully, and contribute to the larger society.

Our Mission

At ConVal High School, we embrace our opportunities to grow and learn, both individually and as an inclusive community. We strive to be respectful and show compassion for others. We work to be creative thinkers and problem solvers. We communicate and collaborate in an effort to take responsibility for our learning. As we build resilience in a safe school environment, we commit to developing skills and tools to become civic-minded citizens.

ConVal Entrance Photo