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Olga Nobleton has been appointed as the next Director of Enrollment at Cape Fear Academy. Currently serving as Admissions Manager at the Atlanta International School, Nobleton brings to CFA extensive admissions experience, including strong relationship building, marketing, and communication skills. She will assume her new responsibilities on July 1, 2023.

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While fostering leadership is an school wide initiative at Cape Fear Academy, it is in our Upper School that it is a priority, as we prepare students for success in college and beyond. Under the guidance of dedicated faculty, students discover — and sometimes create — their own opportunities to grow as relationship builders, public speakers, mentors, and organizers. This development happens in formal school activities like student government, athletic teams, and clubs, but also spills over into city, state, and even international leadership activities.

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As a graduate of Cape Fear Academy who benefited from financial assistance while attending the school, the decision about where to focus her donation was easy for Emily Hall Poole, Class of 2008, and her husband, Greg Poole. The Pooles generously committed $350,000 to support need-based financial aid at Cape Fear Academy. With this gift, Poole hopes that giving back to Cape Fear Academy will enable others to enjoy the same experience she did.

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Ready to learn more? Contact our Admissions Team to schedule an in-person or virtual visit and see Cape Fear Academy in action.