List of 6 news stories.

  • Students Recognized at Senior Awards Day

    Senior Day Convocation at Cape Cod Academy (CCA) was held on Friday, May 4th to honor many CCA students.  Head of School, Tom Trigg, welcomed students, parents, guests, and faculty.  The Eighth Grade Community Award was presented, along with College Book Awards, the Yearbook Dedication to Upper School math teacher, Michael Grilli, the Presentation of the Senior Gift, a speech by senior, Christian Linberg, and a musical presentation by the Upper School Chorale.  The ceremony concluded with a senior class slideshow and reception. he following awards were presented...
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  • CCA Expands Arts Programs

    Cape Cod Academy Expands Its Visual and Performing Arts Programs with Addition of Black Box Theatre and Hiring of Drama Director and Arts Department Chair.
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  • Five CCA Students Inducted into Cum Laude Society

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  • Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert - May 8th

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  • Cape Cod Academy Spring Gala & Auction

    Come out for an evening of celebration at the Cape Cod Academy Spring Gala & Auction on Saturday, April 28th at The Oyster Harbors Club in Osterville! 
    This all school fundraiser will feature dinner, music, plus live and silent auctions to benefit Cape Cod Academy. CLICK HERE TO VISIT OUR EVENT WEBSITE! Be sure to check back frequently as we continue to add our participating sponsors + auction items.

    Individual Admission: $100/per person
    - Dinner
    - Complimentary Beer & Wine
    - Live & Silent Auction
    Register yourself and any additional guests on our event website. If you run into any issues during the registration process, we're here to help! Contact: Catherine Baker at 508-428-5400 ext. 228 /

    Table Sponsorship: $1,000
    - One prominently placed table
    - Admission for ten (10) guests
    - Recognition on sponsor signage
    - Recognition on Spring Gala & Auction event website
    Purchase an entire table of ten on our event website. Once you finalize this purchase, as the Table Sponsor you can seat your guests online at any time. If you run into any issues during the registration process, we're here to help! Contact: Catherine Baker at 508-428-5400 ext. 228 /

    We are honored by your presence and support! CCA is the Cape's only non-denominational, independent day school serving grades kindergarten through twelve. Our mission is to foster a life-long drive to learn and grow and make a difference in the world. Funds raised on this evening will support vital programs at the school, including providing financial aid for students in need, enhancing academic programs throughout the school and augmenting professional development for our talented and dedicated faculty, all of which strengthen the educational experience that our students enjoy every day.
    To register for the event, visit our Spring Gala & Auction website. Your support will make this event a success and enrich the lives of so many. We hope you can join us!

    For questions & registration assistance, please contact: Catherine Baker at 508-428-5400 ext. 228 /

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  • Ryan Edmonds '18 Named National Merit Scholar

    Cape Cod Academy senior Ryan Edmonds was recently named a National Merit Finalist.  Finalists are chosen as the result of high test scores on the PSAT and SAT, outstanding academic achievement, and strong extracurricular activity participation. Mr. Edmonds, from Plymouth, was named a Semi-Finalist this past fall.
    The National Merit Scholarship competition begins when students take the PSAT in the fall of their junior year.  There are around 1.5 million entrants from across the United States in the competition every year and, from there, students with the highest PSAT or NMSQT selection index scores - which quantify critical reading, math and writing skills - qualify for the competition. Fewer than 1% of the 1.5 million test takers become National Merit Scholarship Finalists. Only two schools on Cape Cod can claim a National Merit Finalist this year: Cape Cod Academy and Falmouth High School.
    "It is wonderful to see Ryan's scholastic abilities recognized at a national level," said Mr. Poskitt, Dean of Academics at Cape Cod Academy.  "His natural talents and dedication to academics have rightly earned him a place among the nation's brightest.  All of his hard work at CCA since Lower School plus the encouragement of his teachers have led to this prestigious honor."
    Finalists like Ryan will be notified in the spring if they are selected to receive one of the National Merit’s post-secondary scholarships. The scholarships are awarded and supported by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, as well as businesses, colleges and universities throughout the country.

    **Pictured: Ryan Edmonds '18 and Doug Poskitt, Academic Dean
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