Happy Thursday Cudas!

I hope you have an amazing long weekend. Since you’ll have an extra day off from school, I know that you’ll have plenty of time to review the CudaCAP Bulletin for this week – Click this link to find:

·         Updated Scholarship Information

·         Summer Opportunities for Students in Grades 9-11

ADDITIONALLY, Here are some CAP Announcements/Resources Just for You….


Many of you are already starting to finalize your decisions for next year…YAY!!!!

Please remember to update your SCOIR page. Move your schools to “APPLIED” or “NO LONGER APPLYING” and update those outcomes – let us know “ACCEPTED”, “DEFERRED/WAITLIST” or “DENIED”

And, if you’ve made your decision – Mark As ENROLLING

Also – Please remember to fill out the Scholarship Survey. I am required to submit a report to the district outlining all the amazing scholarships and merit awards our seniors have won. This survey is very important in this process. Information from the Scholarship Survey will NOT be shared out to the school or other students.  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScZVe9Pi72TxmRd-928Lapn5KlbgvxmI57SFDBXxn9N_j8tmw/viewform?usp=sf_link


All of you should have activated your SCOIR accounts already. You previously received personalized emails letting you know the status of your account. If you need help or don’t understand how to work with SCOIR, please reach out to me – I’m happy to help.

College Spotlight: Johns Hopkins University

Are you interested in Johns Hopkins University?

Do you want to know what they look for in a student’s application?

Hopkins seeks out students who have different interests and perspectives because they believe diversity of thought encourages original research ideas and meaningful collaboration within the community. 

They say, “That’s why we review the full context of a student’s application—from their academic potential to how they engage in and outside the classroom and the causes that matter to them.” Check out this video for more information: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdkzr1fBpBU

All Students

Learning Differences Virtual College Fair

DATE: May 4, 2022

Registration opens: April 20, 2022

This fair’s program focuses on opportunities for students with a history of IEPs, 504 plans, or therapeutic supports and accommodations. Each year, about 20 percent of graduating high school students fall into this category.  It will also aid students who do not have formal accommodations because learning differences can come in many forms.

·         Learn more about what to expect in college and find some colleges that fit your needs

·         Get access to virtual college booths loaded with resources, virtual educational sessions, and live representatives

·         Have an ADA & WCAG compliant experience from the comfort of home

·         College Matchmaking™ provides you with a shortlist of participating colleges & universities that match what YOU are looking for in a school

Parent Corner

Helping your Child on their road to College

Many parents are eager to find the best way to help their child navigate the confusing college search/admissions process. Please click on the article below by Madeline Holcombe, CNN for some insight on how parents can best support their kids. https://www.cnn.com/2022/04/08/health/parenting-pressure-college-wellness/index.html


Please join me in congratulating our seniors as they share their acceptances so far…

Our list of acceptances has reached well over 1450 schools. The file is so large, I had to make it into a link. Click below to see all the amazing places the Class of 2022 has been accepted to (as reported on SCOIR as of 4-14-22)


As always, I encourage you to follow our Instagram page @cudacap

and feel free to reach out with any questions I may be able to assist you with.