Cape Cod Academy announces merit scholarship exam

A busy few weeks at CCA

Cape Cod Academy will host several events in the coming weeks at their Osterville campus:

Usborne Book Fair & Lower School Open House – On Thursday January 26th Cape Cod Academy will welcome Usborne Books for a book fair and Lower School Open House (grades K-5). The Open House will be held from 10AM-12PM, and the Book Fair will be held from 10AM-4PM. Cape Cod Academy welcomes families from the community wishing to learn more about the Lower School (K-5) classroom experience. The open house will feature tours, a parent information session, and a meet and greet with faculty, staff and students. Registration is available at www.capecodacademy.org and is encouraged.

The book fair will continue on Friday January 27th from 8AM-5PM.  Usborne was named the 2015 Independent Publisher of the Year and offers interactive, engaging non-fiction titles, wonderful activity and sticker books, great resources for emerging readers and beautiful pictures books – among many other items.

SteveSongs Concert and Early Childhood Open House - On Wednesday February 1st Cape Cod Academy will welcome SteveSongs – PBS Kids’s favorite singer! – to campus for a concert from 10AM-11AM. Steve Roslonek of SteveSongs has been writing and performing his award-winning music for kids and families for the past fifteen years. Steve blends participatory songs, clever stories and great melodies to create what the Boston Globe called "not just a musical journey but an entertaining, interactive and educational one." Free and open to the public but registration is required: www.stevesongsatcca.eventbrite.com

Following the concert, all are invited to attend an Early Childhood Open House (K-Grade 2). The event will feature tours, a parent information session, and a meet and greet with faculty, staff and students. Registration is available at www.capecodacademy.org and is encouraged. 

Merit Scholarship Exam, Parent Information Session and All School Open House – On Saturday February 4th Cape Cod Academy will offer its Merit Scholarship Exam and Parent Information Session at 8:30AM. The all school Open House will be held from 10AM-12PM.  

Cape Cod Academy welcomes students in grades K-12 to learn about the Cape Cod Academy difference during an all school open house at 10AM. The event will feature tours, a parent information session, and a meet and greet with faculty, staff and students. Registration is available at www.capecodacademy.org and is encouraged.

Cape Cod Academy’s Merit Scholarship Exam will precede the open house, starting at 8:30AM. Merit scholarships are awarded to five prospective students in grades 6-10. Merit Scholars will receive $15,000 in merit scholarship funds, awarded without regard to a student’s financial status, each year until graduation. In addition, qualified families may also apply for financial aid in addition to the Merit Scholarship award. During the exam there will be an information session where parents will have an opportunity to hear from the Head of School, Director of Admissions, Director of College Counseling, faculty and staff.  Parents will also be invited to take a tour of the school. All are invited to stay for the all school open house.

To take the Merit Scholarship Exam, students must complete the Merit Exam Registration form and submit an online admissions application by February 3rd. More information is available at www.capecodacademy.org. Interested students and parents may also contact the school at 508-428-5400.

Cape Cod Academy is a Pre-K through 12 independent day school in Osterville, MA. It is proudly celebrating its fortieth year of educating students.   
 


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