Graduation at Cape Cod Academy (CCA) was held on Friday, June 7th. The 15 students in the graduating class processed into the large tent on the athletic fields behind bagpipe player, Roger Gamache, who has been a faculty member for three years. Interim Head of School, Chad Small, welcomed students, parents, guests, and faculty.
All parents and guardians are invited to attend Comprehending the Challenge and Potential of Children with Dyslexia and Language-based Learning Differences, a discussion led by two preeminent experts in the field of language-based learning differences. This special presentation will be held on Monday, June 3rd at 5:30 p.m. at Cape Cod Academy (CCA).
Ask Coach Adam Rose what his greatest strength is, and you will get a pause. Finally, he will say his ability to communicate and be honest. “Kids need that most,” he says. It’s not a power trip. The kids know he has got their best interest at heart – and the kids’ success is proof. Our varsity basketball team’s record was 6-14 his first year here… 9-11 two years ago and 19-4 this year. Adam is becoming a Pied Piper, attracting players from other schools who know they’ve got one chance to do high school and want Adam to have been their coach.
Is Your Child Happy at School? A Parent Discussion on the Benefits of an Independent School to be Held at Plymouth Public Library
Parents and guardians are invited to attend Is Your Child Happy atSchool?, a discussion on the benefits of learning at an independent school. On May 23rd, administrative leaders from Cape Cod Academy will be at the Plymouth Public Library to explain why families should explore the option of independent schools for their children.
Registration is now open for Cape Cod Academy's summer camps: We feature five camps on one campus where kids have the opportunity to try new activities, take on new challenges, increase their self-esteem, and grow in a safe, nurturing, and fun environment.
Students as young as sixth-graders and seasoned seniors get the benefit of his experience, wide-ranging intellect, high standards, and gentle soul. “He makes you do the work,” says Lily in the sixth grade, “but he also makes it interesting and gets everybody involved. He doesn’t have favorites. We’re all involved.” CCA seventh-graders chime in, “He’s so interesting… full of good stories.” There is appreciation for his emotional dependability. “You can count on his being the same good guy every time you see him.” For adolescents, that is huge.
Congratulations to CCA’ boys’ varsity basketball team! They are advancing to their first MIAA South semi-final game since 2012. Our Seahawks team will play at Taunton High School on Wednesday, March 6th at 6:30 p.m. Go Seahawks!
Cape Cod Academy is hosting a free College Admissions Workshop on Wednesday, February 27th at 4:30 p.m. on the school’s campus. Hosted by The University of Pennsylvania and Cape Cod Academy with a special guest from Trinity College Admissions, this workshop is free and open to the public.
The great teachers share at least two loves: a field of knowledge – and kids. After four years with CCA, Abby Wood is still impressed with her students’ motivation and investment in outside learning. Turns out, CCA kids are hungry for what she’s serving up: chances for hands-on learning.