Welcome to the CCHS Q5 information page

As many of you have heard, the end of this school year will be entirely different from years past.  We are introducing a program called Q5, an altogether new two-week learning experience where students will select seminar courses on various topics that further engage students and teachers.

Students & teachers will have the opportunity to try something new, take risks, explore and discover new interests, and celebrate their accomplishments while building a stronger Concord Carlisle High School.

We are really excited about this new program.  The mission statement eloquently encapsulates the anticipated Q5 experience:
“Q5 is an immersive learning experience leveraging the curiosity, knowledge, and passions of students and faculty to foster complex thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration. Q5 complements our academic program and seeks to inspire students and faculty to pursue shared interests and ideas.”

The below links offer more information.  If you have any questions, please email Laurie Fortunato

Q5 Introduction Video
Parent and Student FAQ’s
2017-2018 Q5 Catalog
Principal Mastrullo’s blog: Q5 Announcement & Timeline
Course Selection Video Instructions
Course Selection Written Directions
Seeing Hidden Course Options

Special thanks to the Q5 Committee:
Laurie Fortunato, coordinator and math
Mike Mastrullo, principal
Leslie Knight, asst. prinicpal
Brian Miller, asst. principal
Mike Vela, science
Jessica Lutz, special education
Agatha Wozniak, social studies
Emily Marano, class of 2018
Eric Marshall, class of 2017
Sophie Fisher, class of 2018

Tracy Marano, parent
Ryan Palmer, science
Rebecca Lindamood, special education
Tamara DiCesare, guidance
Tracy Dunn, Rivers and Revolutions
Matt Rudmann, guidance
Robin Cicchetti, learning commons
Josh Reed, health and fitness
Kate Lee Dubon, English
Jennifer Blounts, English
Michelle Ernst, parent