Cape Cod Academy students and faculty Pre-K through 12th grade, gathered together on March 20th for a potluck lunch in celebration of our global diversity. Over three hundred and twenty people enjoyed a bountiful array of international dishes from 38 different countries and from all of the continents!
Jennifer Rako, P'16, Chair and Creator of the annual Dancing for a Cure Dance Marathon, was thrilled to announce that this year’s event raised approximately $8,000 and was the most well attended in the event’s history with over 400 people in attendance at Cape Cod Academy on March 21, 2015.
Senior Ned McCutcheon recognized by the Daughters of the American Revolution
Ned McCutcheon '15 was recently awarded the Good Citizens Award by the Cape Cod Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Ned was one of 16 students selected from across the Cape. This award recognizes and rewards individuals who possess the qualities of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism in their homes, schools, and communities. Congratulations to Ned!
Already one of CCA’s top students, Michelle’s been earning high honors since 7th grade. But she shines even brighter when she competes far from home, because Michelle Guo’s on her way to a pre-Olympic training camp in Colorado.
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