At CA we choose to use GivingTuesday to look outside our campus, come together, and support our local community. Thanks to the passion of our students, we are thrilled to officially partner with Haven House to drive support for local youths on GivingTuesday. Three student leaders explain, in their own words, why partnering with Haven House is important to them and how everyone can be participate in the global day of gratitude. Read it on CA Curious.
Almost a year ago, we introduced the CA community to the beautiful new space that would shortly re-open as the Charger Corner Store and Café. And then… Well, we all know what happened. Chief Financial Officer Deborah Reichel shares how Charger Corner and its entrepreneurial student partners are adapting to the new world. Read it on CA Curious.
While our world language exchange program may be on hiatus, global learning is still very much alive at Cary Academy. Dean of Faculty Martina Greene shares how In the absence of the exchanges this year, we are finding the time and space to expand global learning in exciting new directions. Read it on CA Curious.
Congratulations to Coach Conrad Hall and the Cary Academy girls' and boys' varsity cross country teams for winning the 2020 Triangle Independent Schools Athletic Conference Championships!
'What problems do you want to solve?’ As Head of Upper School Robin Follet explains, it's a simple question. But what happens if you use that question to reframe the way we teach and learn? Read it on CA Curious.
Mary Esposito ’21, Mila Patel ’21, and Sonia Shah ’22 took the top spot in the Young Founders Institute 2020 Fall Makethon, this past weekend, publicly launching Blōra Beauty (formerly Nexkap) and generating $50 in sales in just a few hours.
As we pass the halfway mark of the first trimester and adjust to the recent move from all-virtual to the cohort model, Head of Middle School Marti Jenkins reflects on what has been, thus far, a very interesting, unique, and fluid first trimester. Read it on CA Curious.
CA's speech and debate team is on a roll to start the 2020-21 tournament year, unhampered by the move to virtual tournaments.
Curious about how the Arts at CA are adjusting to this most unusual time? Read on… Back in the summer, when it became clear that the new school year would be anything but usual, we were asked to rethink our core curricula and focus on the “essential.” We had already made a great pivot back […]