The Concorde High School of Arts is hosting a girls soccer club to help fill a gap in its soccer program.
The club will begin playing in the fall of 2019, and it will consist of about 30 students, including the students’ coaches, assistant coaches and a teacher.
The program will be a blend of soccer and dance.
The club will be led by a teacher and will consist primarily of women.
The school, located at the intersection of Broadway and Washington Streets, will have its own gym, a sports hall, a classroom and a sports lounge.
The girls soccer program will feature a mix of girls and boys, and its focus will be on improving the physical and mental development of the students.
The Concorde girls soccer team will be the first soccer club in the state to be based at the school.
The high school is located in Concord, New Hampshire.
The soccer club will have a soccer field, a team building and a soccer equipment store.
The team will begin in 2019.
The soccer team has been in the works for several years.
It was originally envisioned as a club to support the student athletes, but the girls soccer coach says she didn’t want to compromise the girls’ academic abilities.
The goal is to give the students an opportunity to develop skills, including physical fitness, communication and leadership skills, while also providing a safe environment for them to work together.
The girls soccer coaching staff has been working with the girls since the beginning.