On Saturday, December 9, 2017 from 10:00 am - 12:30 pm, CCA will host a Merit Scholarship Exam & Information Session. The exam is open to all prospective students entering Grades 6 - 10. Four Merit Scholarships of $20,000 per year will be awarded to applicants based on exam performance and strength in our core values: scholarship, compassion, honesty and respect, as demonstrated in the application process.
- Attend an Info Session on admissions and financial aid process. - Learn about our Signature Programs. - Meet our talented faculty and administrators. - Tour our beautiful 46-acre campus. - We look forward to seeing you on campus!
Congratulations to CCA's Michelle Guo '18 who has signed a National Letter of Intent with Brown University. She will swim on their Division 1 women's team next fall and is planning to apply to the school's Program in Liberal Medical Education which is Brown University’s early entrance to their medical school program. Congrats, Michelle!
CCA's Lower School students were treated to a special Skype conversation with our parent scientists, Dr. Adam Soule and Dr. Anna Michel from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute. Drs. Soule & Michel are aboard the E/V Nautilus in the Gulf of California studying hydrothermal vents in the ocean. The students were able to ask questions of the scientists about their work and trip - inspiring many future scientists here at CCA!
Join us TONIGHT for our fall Coffee House from 6:30PM-8:30PM. Funds raised from this "emergency coffee house" will support Puerto Rican hurricane relief efforts. CCA students and faculty and guests from other Cape schools will perform. Snacks will be served at intermission. Adults $10; students $5 - and all donations are welcome! We hope you can join us!
On 10/26, Cape Cod Academy hosted the annual Barnstable County Human Rights Commission's Human Rights Academy. Students from CCA's Human Rights Commission and students from 9 other schools across the Cape participated in the day's activities.
This week our 6th graders traveled to Cape Cod Organic Farm to help harvest sweet potatoes. These sweet potatoes will be distributed to organizations and food pantries across the Cape for families in need.
Molly Sykes '18 presented her summer science internship project to her peers. She worked alongside scientists at Woods Hole Research Center studying CO2 in permafrost in the Alaskan wilderness and water quality on Cape Cod.
Congrats to CCA's Ryan Edmonds '18 who's been named a Semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship competition!
Ryan is 1 of only 372 semifinalists from MA and 1 of 2 students from Cape Cod. Semifinalists - who represent just 1% of all who took the PSAT qualifying test - qualify to advance in the competition for the 7,500 National Merit scholarships that will be awarded in the spring. Good luck, Ryan!