On Thursday, February 1, 2018, at 6 pm in the Gerrish Gym, twenty Coe-Brown students will participate in this year’s Coe-Brown Northwood Academy Poetry Out Loud school contest as part of the Poetry Out Loud National Recitation Contest, presented in partnership with the NH Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Poetry Foundation. This program is part of a national program that encourages high school students to learn about great poetry through memorization, performance, and competition. The CBNA winner will advance to the regional competition. New Hampshire’s champion will then advance to the Poetry Out Loud National Finals in Washington, DC, where $50,000 in awards and school stipends will be distributed. This event is free and open to the public.
The Coe-Brown Northwood Academy Art Department is pleased to announce that twenty-three visual arts students received recognition in The 2018 Scholastic Art Awards of New Hampshire – A Regional Affiliate of the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, Inc. Students from CBNA received nine Gold Keys, ten Silver Keys and twenty-one Honorable Mentions. The Gold Key works will continue on and compete in the national competition with national results announced in Mid-March. In addition, pieces from Coe-Brown are part of an exhibit of 968 pieces of Gold Key, Silver Key and Honorable Mention Award winning works from students statewide on display beginning Tuesday, January 16 through Saturday, February 4 at the Stockbridge Theatre on the campus of Pinkerton Academy in Derry, NH. The exhibition is open to the public Mon. – Fri. 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. An awards reception will take place in the theatre on Sunday, February 4. Students in grades 7-9 will be honored at a ceremony beginning at noon, followed by honors for grades 10-12 at 1:00 pm and ending with the closing of the exhibition at 3 pm.
Coe-Brown Northwood Academy student recipients are as follows:
Domminique Depianti (12)
Honorable Mention – Drawing & IllustrationTitle: Sugar Rush
Sarah Dorion (12)
Honorable Mention – Photography – Title: When the Storm Comes
Honorable Mention – Photography – Title: Beyond the Seven Seas
Honorable Mention – Photography – Title: New Beginnings
Honorable Mention – Photography – Title: In the Shadows
Honorable Mention – Photography – Title: Night Ride
Isabelle Lupinacci (12)
Honorable Mention – Drawing & Illustration – Title: Serene Safari
Alicia Baratier (12)
Gold Key Award – Drawing & Illustration – Title: Dooley
Honorable Mention – Drawing & Illustration – Title: Emotionless
Raven Barnes (11)
Honorable Mention Award – Drawing & Illustration – Title: Open Water, Open Mind
Honorable Mention Award – Drawing & Illustration – Title: Dry Air
Morgan Burnap (9)
Gold Key Award – Photography – Title: Apple Harvest
Gold Key Award – Photography – Title: Sunrise
Honorable Mention – Photography – Title: Top of the Tower
Fiona O’Shea (10)
Gold Key Award – Painting – Title: Legacy
Gold Key Award – Drawing & Illustration – Title: September
Honorable Mention Award – Drawing & Illustration – Title: Confidence/youthful prince
Elizabeth Parece (12)
Silver Key Award – Photography – Title: Ferris wheel
Honorable Mention Award – Photography – Title: Chlorophytum Comosum
Drew Trembley (12)
Gold Key Award – Photography – Title: Rocks on a Seashore
Gold Key Award – Photography – Title: Stars over Bow Lake
Silver Key Award – Photography – Title: The Good Ole’ Days
Honorable Mention Award – Photography – Title: Jetty
Emily Dallaire (10)
Gold Key Award – Drawing & Illustration – Title: Printed
Silver Key Award – Printmaking – Title: Nevermore
Madelyn Dallaire (12)
Honorable Mention – Drawing & Illustration – Title: Starlet
Shannon Jackson (10)
Sliver Key Award – Painting – Title: Untitled 1984
Hayleigh McNeil (10)
Silver Key Award – Drawing & Illustration – Title: Delicious Donuts
Reegan Osborne (11)
Honorable Mention Award – Drawing & Illustration – Title: Sent From Heaven
Caitlyn Ustaszewski (12)
Honorable Mention Award – Digital Art – Title: Campfire Stories
Sierra Baker (12)
Silver Key Award – Photography – Title: Feathers
Jeremy Foster (10)
Honorable Mention Award – Printmaking – Title: Naturally
Brianna Jackson (10)
Honorable Mention Award – Printmaking – Title: Perfection in Purple
Nicolas LaMontagne (11)
Honorable Mention Award – Photography – Title: Log
Tyler LaMontagne (11)
Honorable Mention Award – Photography – Title: Water Bubble
Honorable Mention Award – Photography – Title: Fustic Leaves
Mabel Mackey (10)
Silver Key Award – Photography – Title: Cooped Up
Honorable Mention Award – Photography – Title: Quercus Phellos (Acorn Tops)
Sarah Madore (12)
Silver Key Award – Photography – Title: Crinkled
Courtney Snow (12)
Silver Key Award – Photography – Title: Blurred Actions
Coe-Brown Northwood Academy Theatre will proudly present a showcase of student directed one act comedies on Wednesday, December 13, 2017, at 7 pm in the Gerrish Gym on the CBNA campus. The evening will feature works directed by seven CBNA seniors including The Mental and Emotional Deterioration of the Late Night Paper Writer an original piece by Sandra Black, a play about the dangers of procrastination, directed by the author, featuring Katie Spadafora, Madison Rollins, Cailinn Monahan, Cassuarina French, Cody Peck, Braelin Ash and Rylee Rogers ; a look at the college recruitment process with 13 Ways to Screw Up Your College Interview by Ian McWethy directed by Zachary Helm featuring Connor Nowak, Mary Katherine Patteson, Maeva Kibbe, Caitlin Reynolds, Courtney Snow, Shemrey Lussier, Brianna Jackson and Jacob Nesmith; Extinction by Jacob Lock, also an original work, a look at a post-apocalyptic world, directed by the author and featuring Lily Marston and Mirah Johnston; the dramedy GBF Forever by Asher Wyndham directed by Casey Szmyt featuring Winter Lussier and Dylan Detrude; the offbeat love story Acorn by David Graziano directed by Julia Sommer featuring Mackenzie Flanders and Brian Downer; Backflip by Catherine Butterfield, a look at a therapist and his unconventional patient, directed by Erin Boodey and featuring Aiden Schutte and Darin Sweet; and the madcap comedy Vital Organs by Jonathan Dorff and directed by Nina Laramee featuring Ian Gollihur, Cameron Black, Patrick Helm, Alexander Mercedes and Lauren Rose. Several of the pieces contain material which may not be suitable for younger audiences. General admission tickets are $6 and will be available at the door the night of the show or at www.cbnanh.booktix.com. For further information contact elent
.org or call 603-942-9931 ext. 237.
We invite you to read the Boston Globe’s “Looking up into a personal path of discovery: NH students collect data for NASA studies of 2017 eclipse.“ This article features the partnership between Coe-Brown’s Science department and administration and the GLOBE Program US Country Coordinator Jen Bourgeault, based at UNH, to have students record and enter scientific data for NASA databases while also observing the August 21st solar eclipse, which happened to be our opening day. A special thank you to all involved, especially science faculty members Jill Forward and Scott Goelzer for their coordination, and the other science faulty who faciltitated viewing stations around campus for students.
Coe-Brown Northwood Academy will be hosting some very special guests on Friday, November 17, at 6:30 pm at Smith Hall on the CBNA Campus, Northwood, NH. The Harlem Rockets, a talented group of basketball entertainers who combine incredible show time basketball skills and family-friendly comedy will face the CBNA Faculty All-Stars in a game benefiting the CBNA boys and girls basketball programs,
Having played over 2500 games in 16 years without a single defeat, the Harlem Rockets offer something for everyone to enjoy. Sports enthusiasts will be intrigued by the athleticism and size of the Rockets. Basketball aficionados will be dazzled by the ball-handling wizardry of Kaseem “The Ankle Breaker” Williams, one of the world’s extraordinary street-ball dribblers. Audiences will also be intrigued by the game of Junie “King of the Battleground Champion” Sanders and left awestruck by high-flying dunks of Anthony “Amazing” Gordon and Angelo “TNT” Gordon, and since this is comedy basketball, the Harlem Rockets will present the Zaniest Showman of All Time……. Tex Barnwell “One of Show Basketball’s All Time Greats”, the “Crown Prince of Laughs”. The Harlem Rockets incorporate the audience, especially children, into the show and are always available to meet the fans and give autographs at halftime and after the game.
In this special event to raise money for the CBNA Basketball Program, the CBNA Faculty All-Stars have graciously agreed to face the Harlem Rockets. The Faculty All Stars include Sam Struthers, Mark Carrier, Brent Tkaczyk, Tim Cox, Bill Clarke, Joel Kutylowski, Nate Bassett, Michael Clauss, Karen Carey, Peter Attisano, Aaron Ash, Andrew Mason, Shawn White and Ryan Smith.
Advance tickets for what promises to be a fun-filled evening for the community are $8 for students and seniors and $10 for adults and are available from basketball team members or at the CBNA Main Office. Tickets will also be available at the door the night of the game at a cost of $10 for students and seniors and $12 for adults. Get your tickets early. This is a special event you don’t want to miss.
Coe-Brown Northwood Academy Theatre will proudly present the classic musical Godspell, Conceived and originally directed by John-Michael Tebelak with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz on Thursday, Friday and Saturday October 26, 27 & 28, 2017, in the Gerrish Gym on the CBNA campus. In Godspell, which is based on the Gospel according to St. Matthew, a small group of people help Jesus tell different parables by using a wide variety of games, storytelling techniques and a hefty dose of comedy. The show includes an eclectic blend of songs, ranging in style from pop to vaudeville which are employed as the story dances across the stage. Jesus’ messages of kindness, tolerance, community and love come vibrantly to life in this well-known musical. The ensemble cast includes Braelin Ash, Shayla Ashley, Brian Downer, Mackenzie Flanders, Nina Laramee, Cooper Leduke, Paige Marston, Alex Mercedes, Connor Nowak, Alyssa Reiff, Rylee Rogers, Allison Rose, Aiden Schutte, Julia Sommer, and Darin Sweet with additional performances by Mirah Johnston, and Lily Marston. Production stage manager junior Cody Peck will be leading an experienced production team of skilled theatre technicians who will bring Godspell to life. The production is directed by faculty member Elizabeth Lent with assistance and choreography from faculty member Kolby Hume. Music direction is by David Deardorff. Reserved tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students and seniors, and are available at http://cbnanh.booktix.com. For further information, call 942-5531, ext. 237, or email elent
.org. Hope to see you there.
On October 2nd, 2017, Coe-Brown Northwood Academy will present Mozart and Salieri, an opera in one act by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov. This rare masterpiece will feature tenor and CBNA alumnus Michael Dodge in the role of Mozart, baritone Rob McGinness as Salieri, accompanied by Dr. Dan Perkins of Plymouth State University on piano. The performance will take place in the Gerrish Gym on the CBNA Campus at 7pm. The opera will be sung in the original Russian with English translations supplied. Admission is by freewill donation. Rob McGuiness is a graduate of Oberlin Conservatory and will receive his Master of Music from Peabody Institute in May. As a scholar of musicology and theory, Michael Dodge has presented research papers on vocal music at conferences in the United States and abroad. Michael holds degrees from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire, and the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University where he worked as a graduate assistant and was awarded the George Woodhead Prize in Voice. Dr. Dan Perkins is in his 24th year at Plymouth State University (NH), where he is professor of music and director of choral activities, and in 2007 was appointed the first Stevens-Bristow Distinguished Professor.
Steve Wronker’s Funny Business, a comedy hypnosis extravaganza, will arrive at Coe-Brown Northwood Academy on Friday, September 15, 2017, at 7 pm in the Gerrish Gym on the CBNA campus. Steve Wronker is a unique entertainer with a unique slant on the most hilarious, the most outrageous, and the funniest form of comedy available in today’s entertainment market, and the SWFB comedy hypnosis show is extremely different from any other hypnosis show available. Audience members become the stars of the show. A true entertainer, Steve puts audience volunteers into his show and orchestrates a program of absolute hilarity! With over 300 family friendly routines to choose from, no two shows are alike! The show is being sponsored by CBNA Theatre and kicks off CBNA’s annual CBNA Homecoming. Tickets are $10 general admission and will be available at the door on the night of the show. Prepare to be thoroughly entertained when you attend Steve Wronker’s Funny Business at CBNA on September 15!
Coe-Brown Northwood Academy is proud to announce the top ten graduates for the Class of 2017.
The Valedictorian for the class of 2017 is Hannah Daly, daughter of Bev and Tom Daly of Strafford. During her high school career Hannah has been a member of the Varsity Cross Country, Indoor Track, Basketball, and Softball teams. Hannah has also been a member of the National Honor Society, the CBNA Math Team, the Spanish Honor Society, the CBNA Writing Center, student government and has done over 180 hours of community service. Hannah has been accepted to Bucknell University, Colorado College, Gordon College, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, UNH, UVM, the United States Air Force Academy and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Hannah has decided to attend RPI with a major in biochemistry and bio physics.
The 2016 Salutatorian is Zackary Pine, son of Rick and Ericka Pine of Strafford. While at Coe-Brown, Zackary has been a member of the National Honor Society, the National Spanish Honor Society, the Baseball, Soccer and Basketball teams, the school newspaper, and the Concert and Jazz Bands. Zachary has been accepted to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the University of New Hampshire and Boston University. He will be attending Boston University in the fall to pursue a major in physics.
The remaining top ten graduates are listed in alphabetical order:
Cassandra Barnhart, daughter of Cheryl and Daniel Barnhart of Northwood has been a member of the International Thespian Society, the National Honor Society, the National Spanish Honor Society, Peer Helpers, the National Art Honor Society, and Project Search She has been accepted to Brandeis University, George Washington University, SLU Madrid, Clark University, Fordham University and the University of New Hampshire. Cassandra plans to attend George Washington University with a major in International Affairs with a concentration in Conflict Resolution.
Emelia Cronshaw, daughter of Jennifer Kristen Niles Cronshaw and Scott David Cronshaw of Strafford, has been a member of the CBNA Softball and Swim teams, National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, Tri-M Music Honor Society, the CBNA Writing Center, Athena Club and Peer Helpers while a student at Coe-Brown. Emelia has been accepted to Saint Francis University where she intends to study the path to become a physician’s assistant.
Marissa Gast, daughter of Lee and Leanne Gast of Nottingham, has been a member of the National Honor Society, the Latin Honor Society, track and field, the Math and Quiz Bowl Teams, theatre, Athena Club, student government, Concert and Jazz Bands and the Concert Chorus while a student at CBNA. Next year, Marissa plans to study in the University of New Hampshire’s Life Sciences and Agriculture Honors Program with a focus on Environmental Science.
Joshua Hall, son of Jodie and Kevin Hall of Barrington, has been a member of CBNA’s Bass Fishing team, Ultimate Disc Club and the Concert, Jazz and Pep Bands during his years at the Academy. He has been accepted to the University of New Hampshire, the University of New England, the University of Rhode Island and the University of Massachusetts – Amherst. Joshua plans to attend the University of New Hampshire for Biomedical Sciences with a focus on medical and veterinary science.
Caroline Lavoie, daughter of Kathryn and Chris Lavoie of Barrington, has participated in CBNA school life by being a member of the Creative Writing Club. She also dances at Joy of Dance and is a member of the Durham Evangelical Church Youth Group. Caroline has been accepted to Clark University, Gordon College, Northeastern University, St. Michael’s College, St. Anselm’s College, Mount Holyoke College and the University of New Hampshire. She plans to major in mathematics and history at either Mount Holyoke or Gordon.
Mallory Perron, daughter of Jim and Maureen Perron of Barrington, has been a member of the National Spanish Honor Society, Peer Helpers and the CBNA Softball team while at Coe-Brown. Mallory will be studying hospitality management at either Boston University, the University of New Hampshire or the University of Vermont in her post-secondary life.
Allison Pratt, daughter of Jody Pratt of Dover and Keith Pratt of Barrington, has been a member of the National Honor Society, the National Latin Honor Society, student government and the Cross Country, Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field Teams. Allison has been accepted to Northeastern University, the University of Vermont, Radford University, the University of Maine and Montana State University. She has decided to attend the University of Vermont to study biology when she returns to school in the fall.
LilyGrace York, daughter of George and Laura York of Strafford, has been a involved with of the National Honor Society, the National Art Honor Society, the CBNA Writing Center, Yearbook, student government, Youth and Government, Athena Club, Concert Band and has been a member of the volleyball team during her years at Coe-Brown. LilyGrace had been accepted to Mount Ida College, Endicott College, Suffolk University, Fashion Institute of Technology and Wentworth Institute of Technology. She plans to attend Wentworth to pursue a career in interior design..
In addition, the CBNA Class of 2017 consists of 173 students scheduled to receive diplomas on Friday, May 26, 2017 at 7 pm. One hundred and forty-six of these students will be recognized as honor graduates and 25 are members of the National Honor Society. Congratulations to the class of 2017.
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- CBNA FFA Chapter Attends FFA Winter Leadership CampJanuary 25, 2018 - 3:49 pm
- CBNA Announces Poetry Out Loud ContestJanuary 24, 2018 - 5:08 pm
- Twenty-Three CBNA Students Representing 40 Works of Art Receive Statewide Recognition in Scholastic Art Awards 2018January 24, 2018 - 3:44 pm