CCA Students Inducted into the Cum Laude Society

Five Cape Cod Academy (CCA) students were inducted into the Cum Laude Society at a special ceremony held at the school today. CCA’s Cum Laude Society 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 2022
Hunter Kadra (Sandwich)
Xiawei (William) Liu (Cotuit)
Yujie (George) Zhao (Centerville)
Class of 2023
Amelia Sullivan (Plymouth)
Thomas Guidoboni (Chatham)
They join the following current members who were inducted last year:
Catherine Clark ’22
Zhili (Sam) Dai ’22
These students join our distinguished group of faculty who are current members of the Cum Laude Society: Scott Andrews, Nancy Boyle, Amanda Hall, Philip Kenney, who is a charter member, Keith Lewison, and Jeffrey Thompson.
The Cum Laude Society is a national organization honoring scholarship and scholastic achievement. Cum Laude Society membership is considered the highest scholastic achievement at schools nationwide.
Cape Cod Academy is one of the only independent, co-educational, college preparatory schools serving students from kindergarten to grade 12 on Cape Cod.