Four CCA Students Inducted into the Cum Laude Society
Four Cape Cod Academy students were inducted into the CumLaude Society at a special ceremony held on the Osterville campus on Friday, April 26th. CCA’s CumLaude inductees are juniors and seniors who have achieved exceptional grade point averages, have been very involved in the school community, and are students that exude excellence, justice, and honor. This year’s inductees are:
Class of 2019: Mingde (Bryan) Zeng (Marston Mills)
Class of 2020: Elias O. Sorenti-Burns (Sagamore Beach), Noah T. Soutier (Marston Mills), and Ziling (Kristin) Wang (West Barnstable)
Current members inducted last year: Benjamin C.W. Holmes (Mashpee) and Sasha R. Rivers (North Chatham)
Cape Cod Academy’s Interim Head of School, Chad Small, spoke to the students during the ceremony today. He said, “It is an honor to celebrate our students who embody excellence, integrity, and achievement in all they set out to do. This year’s inductees represent outstanding academic achievement and character. We congratulate them on earning a place of distinction in the CumLaude Society.”
The CumLaude Society is a national organization honoring scholarship and scholastic achievement. CumLaude Society membership is considered the highest scholastic achievement at independent schools nationwide.
Photo caption: Pictured are members of the CumLaude Society (left to right): Back row includes CCA teachers: Scott Andrews, Nancy Boyle, Amanda Hall, Keith Lewison, Philip Kenney (Not pictured is Doug Poskitt) Front row students: Sasha Rivers, Benjamin Holmes, Elias Sorenti-Burns, Noah Soutier, Ziling (Kristin) Wang, and Mingde (Bryan) Zeng