Our seniors are well prepared for college. Our college counseling program focuses on "counseling" rather than “placement”. We are here to counsel, guide, and support students through their college journey. Our program is personal and unique and acts as a support and resource throughout the process.
The support and guidance takes the form of a thorough, structured program that takes into account grade-appropriate advice, activities, and events throughout high school, while our counseling simultaneously takes the form of individual meetings that increase in frequency in the junior and senior years. The process includes intensive work with students and parents, as well as teachers, coaches, advisors, and college admissions representatives. At Cape Cod Academy, we are fortunate in being able to know our students well, and thus to be honest advocates to the colleges on their behalf.
Cape Cod Academy is accredited by NEASC, member of the National Assoc. for Independent Schools (NAIS), Assoc. of Independent Schools of New England (AISNE), Independent School Assoc. of Massachusetts (ISAM).
Meg Farley is an active member of New England Assoc. for College Admission Counseling (NEACAC), National Assoc. for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), The Princeton Review College Counseling Advisory Board, a member of the University of Vermont Admissions Advisory Board, and former member of Simmons University Admissions Advisory Board.