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St. John Regional School students led by Ethan Jalbert as Charlie Brown performed You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.


St. John Regional students, Micaela Eaton (Snoopy) and Maggie Connolly (Lucy), perform in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.

Students at St. John Regional School in Concord Perform You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown

Junior High students at St. John Regional School in Concord recently performed You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown under the direction of Mr. Fred Gagne. Students brought to life the comic strip characters with Charlie Brown's self-defeatism, Schroeder's love of Beethoven, Linus' attachment to his blanket, and Snoopy's love of life. The musical was the culmination months' practice. Aided by Mrs. Dawn Liberatore, students also created the set and costumes.


Associate Superintendent of Catholic Schools Named

The Rev. John R. Fortin, O.S.B., Superintendent of Schools, announced the appointment of Ronald D. Fussell, Jr. to the position of Associate Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Manchester.  Mr. Fussell officially began his new role on July 1, 2014.  Read More

Students Celebrate the Feast of Saint Benedict
St. Thomas Aquinas High School Students Recognized at Boston University's Model UN Conference

Superintendent's Message

At the annual alumni reunion at Saint Anselm College, I very often hear comments about how great the campus looks, am asked questions about when a particular building went up or space was redesigned, and field inquiries about enrollment, new majors, sports, etc. I am sure the same takes place at every school’s alumni reunion. Those comments and questions are good to start the conversation, but ultimately one major topic of discussion always emerges: the affection for and long-lasting influence of certain members of the faculty on the lives of our alumni. Read More

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(603) 669-3100
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