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List of 25 news stories.

  • Early Childhood Art Classes - March 10, 17, 24

    Please join us…
    Early Childhood Art Exploration Classes
    Saturdays ~ 10 AM to 11 AM
    March 10, 17 & 24
    Cape Cod Academy
    50 Osterville-West Barnstable Road, Osterville
    Join CCA Faculty and Noted Cape Artist and Teacher Michelle Law Welcoming Young Artists Ages 4-7
    All Necessary Materials Will Be Provided
    Advance Registration Suggested 508-428-5400 ~ capecodacademy.org

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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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  • CCA Mock Trial Team Ends Season on a High Note

    Congrats to CCA's Mock Trial Team! They committed much time to their efforts above their academic and sports commitments to make this season a very successful one. Well done, team! 
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  • Award-Winning Filmmaker Dylan D’Haeze Visits CCA

    CCA welcomed fourteen-year-old, award-winning filmmaker Dylan D’Haeze back to campus on Monday, January 29th, to screen his new film Everything Connects. This was the third time Mr. D'Haeze has visited CCA, sharing his films, his research and his message that kids really can change the world.
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  • 2018 Shelter from the Storm

    Join us on Friday February 16th at 7PM for this year's Shelter from the Storm benefit performance. Details about the event are available here.
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  • Pink Ribbon Club donates nearly $3,500 to Cape Cod Healthcare Foundation

    The Cape Cod Healthcare Foundation recognized the members of Pink Ribbon Club and thanked them for their nearly $3,500 donation to the Foundation which started the Cape Cod Women's Cancer Prevention and Early Detection Fund. This fund covers the cost for cervical and breast cancer detection services for women who can't afford them. 
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  • SteveSongs at CCA on Feb 10!

    PBS's SteveSongs joins us for our Open Classrooms Event Saturday, February 10, 10am - 11:30 am.  

    Due to space constraints, registration is REQUIRED for the event. Please click here to register or call us at 508.428.5400.

    During our Open Classrooms event: 
    • Join us in the Kindergarten - Grade 2 classrooms for refreshments during the intermission.
    • Meet our Faculty, Administrators, Famiies and Students
    • Take a tour of our Lower School facility with CCA students
    • Learn more about our academic and extracurricular programs.
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  • Middle School's Holiday Advisory Project

    Students across our school divisions are giving back this holiday season. Yesterday our Middle School students finished their gingerbread houses that will be distributed to local organizations and families across the Cape who need a little more cheer this season.
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  • Merit Scholarship Exam & Info Session

    CCA Hosts Fall Merit Scholarship Exam & Info Session

    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!

    Registration is REQUIRED for the exam. Call 508.428.5400 or register here
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  • CCA Students Compete in HiCMC

    Last weekend, 4 CCA students competed in this year's High School Mathematical Contest in Modeling. Judging takes place in January. Best of luck to the CCA team!
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  • STEM Saturday & Lower School Admissions Info. Session

    Join us on Saturday December 9th from 10AM-12PM for fun, hands-on STEM learning! Learn more about our Lower School (Grades K-5) program and tour our campus!
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  • 6th Grade Class Performs MSND

    On Thursday November 16th, CCA's 6th grade class performed Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' - a CCA tradition for over 30 years. Congrats to the students on a job well done!
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  • CCA Hosts Fall Merit Scholarship Exam & Info Session

    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!

    Registration is REQUIRED for the exam. Call 508.428.5400 or register via email at admissions@capecodacademy.org
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  • Michelle Guo '18 Signs NLI with Brown University

    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!
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  • Chinese Teachers Visit CCA

    Last week, CCA welcomed 30 teachers from China who came to the States to learn more about the U.S. educational system. They met with CCA administration and faculty and sat in on classrooms to observe.
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  • Students Skype with WHOI Scientists

    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!
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  • Fall 2017 Coffee House

    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!
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  • Human Rights Academy

    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.
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  • 6th Grade Trip to Cape Cod Organic Farm

    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.
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  • Homecoming 2017!

    Join us for this year's Homecoming celebration on Saturday October 21! In addition to cheering on our Seahawks, we'll have activities for Lower School students & a cook out for everyone!
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  • CCA Junior's Science Internship Presentation

    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.
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  • Chair Ceremony

    Monday marked this year's Chair Ceremony, recognizing those who've been committed to CCA for 10 and 15 years.

    Those recognized for 10 years of commitment include:

    Barbara Brown
    Jared Long
    Megan Mongeau
    Mary Beth Quinn

    Those recognized for 15 years include:
    Pat Viens & Dwayne Stallings
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  • CCA at CCHC

    It was a wet morning for Cape Cod Healthcare's Healthy Parks, Healthy People 5K run/walk at Nauset Regional High School...but the weather didn't stop Team CCA!
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  • First Day of School

    Welcome back, students!
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  • Nat'l Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist

    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!
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