Cape Fear Academy’s very own High Tide, the art and literary magazine that is only in its 3rd year of inception, has been awarded REALM First Class for the 2nd year in a row, in the Recognizing Excellence in Art and Literary Magazines (REALM) Program of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). This is the top honor in...
Do you see me?Do you hear me?Will you treat me fairly?Will you protect me? I have been thinking, reading, studying and engaging in dialogue with members of CFA’s Committee of Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) these past few months, especially focusing on the areas of Cross-Cultural Competence. Terry Cross describes Cross-Cultural Competence...Read More
Six Cape Fear Academy student works have placed in the 2020 Eastern/Central North Carolina Scholastic Art Competition. Gold and Silver Key recipients will be recognized Feb. 9, at an award ceremony at Barton College, where their artwork will be exhibited at Barton College Galleries through Feb. 27. Lindsay West, Harlequin, Silver...Read More
Sketchnoting I have a friend who is really into sketchnoting. At first glance, I made the assumption that she just loved to doodle and loved having a pretty notebook. I also sometimes wondered if she was really paying attention during meetings. Then one day I asked her why she spent so...Read More
Two standout Cape Fear Academy basketball players signed their collegiate National Letters of Intent on Monday, Jan. 6, inside the Cape Fear Academy Athletic Center. Senior Chloe Kernan, Class of 2020, signed to play basketball for Washington University in St. Louis, a NCAA Division III school that is a member of...Read More