Facilities innovation is crucial in keeping CA and its students on the cutting-edge. This summer, the Upper School will undergo a long-awaited (and remarkably fast) transformation
to create more welcoming and flexible spaces that better meet the needs of today’s—and tomorrow’s—students, including
How do you sum up this past school year, let alone a 25-year career of guiding Cary Academy's Middle School? Head of Middle School Marti Jenkins sends us into summer break one last time with this week's CA Curious.
As the COVID-19 pandemic revealed significant economic disparities across the American economic landscape, Ella Gupta '23 realized that there wasn't anyone guiding her generation on how to save and spend wisely. So, she decided to write the guide herself.
For Upper Schoolers, the last two weeks of the school year are filled with lots of opportunities for experiential learning. Discovery Term, Work Experience Program, and the Youth Engagement Summit help students to flex their leadership skills, explore new areas of interest, and take their learning to another level—whether in the lab, wilderness, halls of justice, local markets, studios, or beyond. Read it on CA Curious.
On Friday, May 21, 2021, Cary Academy celebrated the Class of 2021 as they embark on the next step of their journey, attending 49 different colleges and universities in 18 states, Canada, China, and Scotland. After being welcomed to CA’s first outdoor commencement by Head of School, Dr. Mike Ehrhardt, Class Speakers Armita Jamshidi ’21 […]
In an academic year that began with all of us maintaining social distancing and engaging via video chat, what does community look like as we head into summer? Let Head of Upper School Robin Follet share some beautiful, poignant scenes of the Upper School community he's seen around campus. Read it on CA Curious.
On the final day of Upper School classes, Cary Academy's Athletic Department hosted a huge celebration of our Charger student-athletes, including dozens of All-Conference and All-State players, new record holders, and eight members of the Class of 2021 who have signed to compete at the collegiate level.
How does it feel to be one of the first young people in the world to receive the COVID-19 vaccine? That's exactly what MSNBC's Chris Jansing asked Sophie Holland ’27, during a live interview conducted from Cary Academy's campus, yesterday afternoon.
What springs to mind when you think of summer break? For Cary Academy faculty, summer is an opportunity to learn and grow. Celebrate the recipients of CA professional development grants with Dean of Faculty Martina Greene. Read it on CA Curious.