Cab Students Receive Scholastic Art & Writing National Medals!


Every year the Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Gold Key winners compete in NYC. This huge competition is sponsored by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers, includes participants from all 50 states, and American students studying abroad. Alumni include artists Andy Warhol, Philip Pearlstein, Cy Twombly, Robert Indiana, Kay WalkingStick, Mozelle Thompson, Hughie Lee-Smith, and John Baldessari; writers Sylvia Plath, Truman Capote, Bernard Malamud, Marc Brown, Myla Goldberg, and Joyce Carol Oates; photographer Richard Avedon; actors Frances Farmer, Robert Redford, Alan Arkin, Lena Dunham, and John Lithgow; fashion designer Zac Posen; and filmmakers Stan Brakhage, Ken Burns, and Richard Linklater. Outside the arts, Awards alumni employ their creativity to be successful in any number of ways—becoming leaders in fields including journalism, medicine, finance, government and public service, the law, science, design, and more. In 2015, opportunities such as Alumni Microgrants and an Alumni Writer’s Residency were created.

Receiving these awards is quite an accomplishment.

The Visual Arts and Communication Arts Departments are thrilled to announce our 2019 National Scholastic Award winners!

  • Katherine Bobyak (grade 11) | Gold Medal, sculpture, Ghost: A Self Portrait
  • Matthew Jones (grade 12) | Gold Medal, digital art, Golden
  • Meredith Little (grade 11) | Gold Medal, painting, In the Bathtub and Damp
  • Ava Mas (grade 11) | Silver Medal, drawing and illustration, Plastic Sunrise
  • Hannah Son (grade 9) | Silver Medal, digital, Peace of Mind
  • Mariya Tacheva (grade 9) | Gold Medal, personal essay & memoir, Presence

An awards ceremony is scheduled for Thursday June 6 at Carnegie Hall in NYC!

We are thrilled that our students are being recognized for their hard work!

Please congratulate the students when you see them! Thank you for your support!

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Cab Blood Drive on March 12th!

Sign up to donate today!

On Tuesday, March 12, from 8-1pm, Cab Calloway’s National Honor Society will be hosting its annual blood drive through the Blood Bank of Delmarva in Cab’s gym!

The blood bank relies on donations from drives like this one so hospitals have ample supplies of blood when they need it most. Though donations after tragic events are helpful, it is the prior donations that provide the initial support and can determine someone’s survival.

We encourage all students, staff, and parents who are over the age of 17 and weigh more than 110 pounds to come out and donate on March 12th. Our goal is 50 donations, but we are positive that we can beat that goal with your help!

The entire donation process will take approximately one hour. In order to donate, you must sign up for an appointment at When registering, use the sponsor code: CABC. You can find a PDF that will guide you through the registration process below.

If you have any questions about the blood drive, please email or contact the Blood Bank of Delmarva directly.

We hope to see many of you on March 12th!

Firefly 2019 CAB PTSO Raffle

Who's ready to go to Firefly?

It’s BACK! Who’s ready to go to Firefly?

We know the ticket prices are STEEP, so here’s your chance to WIN 2 General Admission ~ Weekend Passes to the Firefly Festival, June 21st – 23rd 2019.

There are TWO ways to register to win:

Please drop off manual registration form at the Cab Main Office or Mail In the Form:

Cab Calloway School of the Arts PTSO
100 N. DuPont Road
Wilmington, DE 19807
Re: Firefly

1 Chance for $25, 2 Chances for $35 (each additional sets are $35 each)

This is your opportunity to score the HOTTEST TICKETS IN TOWN.

The deadline to enter is March 30, 2019.

Good Luck!! May the odds be ever in your favor…

YOUR CONTRIBUTION IS TAX DEDUCTIBLE and, like all things related to the PTSO, we support all students teachers throughout the school community. All funds we raise goes back into supporting educational and enrichment programs, clubs, and activities for all.

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Cab Summer Scholarships Now Open!

Applications are due March 15th!

Interested in getting help? Applications are due March 15th.

CCSF Course Form-Worksheet 2019

CCSF Teacher Recommendation Form 2019

CCSF Scholarship Information 2019

CCSF Scholarship Application 2019

Cab Students Win State Honors at BPA Conference!

19 students can attend the national conference in Anaheim, California

On Wednesday, February 27th, the Cab Calloway Middle School BPA Chapter achieved great success at the State Leadership Conference by placing 19 students nationally with 2 team and 2 individual first place winners.

  • Julia C., Harpreet K., Pragya S., Sanjana N. placed 1st in Digital Game Design Team Event
  • Harika C., Sarah K., Ana L., Chandanasri S. placed 1st in Website Design Team Event
  • Marissa J., Emily L., Giada M., Delanie M. placed 2nd in Presentation Management Team Event
  • Emily L. and Sara Z. placed 2nd and 3rd in Graphic Design Promotion
  • Tiffany S. placed 3rd in Entrepreneurship Exploration
  • Meghan V. placed 3rd in Spreadsheet Applications
  • Jeremiah R. placed 1st in Business Math and 2nd in Computer Literacy Concepts
  • Genevieve B. placed 1st in Business Communication Skills
  • Michelle M. and Dhriti T. placed 2nd and 4th in Business Fundamentals

These students now have the opportunity to attend the National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, Califonia from April 30th to May 5th.

We are very proud of all students who participated in the conference, please give congratulations to our winners when you see them.

The Cab Calloway BPA Team is coached by Advisor Mr. Sverrir Georgsson.

Cab Team Places 2nd in Shakespeare Competition!

Way to go!

Congratulations to our theatre students who placed 2nd in this weekend’s Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival’s Shakespeare Competition! Alaina H (2019) and Zachary H (2020) received an award for 2nd best scene and Mollie T (2021) and Punchhi P (2021) were finalists for monologues.

Students Elizabeth A, Lizzie F, Ella G, Zachary H, Alaina H, Punchhi P, Mollie T, and Matthew J (CSW) were all members of the team. We are super proud!!!

CCSA Shakespeare Team

Black History Month Performance Livestream!

Video playback now available!

Update: Did you miss the livestream of the Black History Month Performance? Don’t worry! A playback of the livestream is now available for you to watch whenever you would like at! Thank you to our Black Culture Club for putting on such an amazing show!

Please note: Due to copyright issues, we are unfortunately unable to play songs by Prince in this video. Therefore, any act with music by Prince will be muted. Thank you for your understanding!

Cab Calloway’s Black Culture Club is sponsoring this year’s Black History Month performance. This performance will be livestreamed at starting at 12:25pm! We hope you can tune in and support our students in this fantastic performance filled with rich history and talent!

Mystery at the Green Parrot Inn!

An Interactive Dinner Theatre Production

An Interactive Dinner Theatre Production
February 22nd and 23rd at 6:00pm
Students $17
Adults $25

Join us in the Cafeteria for the 2nd annual Cab Calloway School of the Arts Dinner Theatre experience! Enjoy a night of great food and great performance. Come dressed in your favorite pirate attire but please NO props are allowed!

Beginning in 2019-2020, Cab will implement the AP Capstone Program!

Visit our new website to explore this exciting opportunity for high school students


Senior Showcase 2019!

Join us on Feb 15th!

Come join us on February 15, 2019 @ 7:00PM for the Senior Showcase and Art Gallery, featuring talent and artwork from our senior class – the class of 2019 – which showcases what they’ve learned from the past 7 years here at Cab Calloway School of the Arts!

Student artwork will be available for purchase on the night of the event.

Tickets will be on sale at! Get yours today! Tickets are $8 for students and $12 for adults.

All proceeds from the artwork and ticket sales benefit the 2019 Prom Fund.

Cab Students attend “Once on This Island”

The annual middle school musical performance!


Monday, February 4, 2019, at Cab Calloway School of the Arts, all Cab middle and high school students were treated to a morning performance of the middle school musical production of “Once on This Island”.

Taking place in the French Antilles archipelago in the Caribbean Sea, “Once on This Island” is a musical set during a hurricane when a group of children decide to tell a story to comfort one another during the storm. The story is about a young woman who tries to follow her heart and four magical gods who make her journey difficult, however, in the end she uses the power of love to bring together people of different social classes. This is a modern retelling of Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Little Mermaid,” and explores Haitian culture and spirituality through beautiful Caribbean-style music.

The Musical consisted of a large cast of sixth, seventh and eighth grade students. Most of which were comprised of Cab Calloway Theater, Vocal Music and Dance majors. Directed by middle school theatre teachers Sarah Nowak and Amanda Curry, original lyrics written by Lynn Ahrens and music by Stephen Flaherty.  The production included Caribbean themed songs such as “Why We Tell the Story”, “We Dance”, “Waiting for Life”, “Pray” and “Mama Will Provide”.

Elaborate production went into prop, costume and stage design.  Attendees were treated to dazzling light and sound production from high school Theater Production and Communication Arts majors.  At one point during the musical it was actually raining in the middle of the stage, unsurprisingly during the song “Rain”.

On Tuesday, February 5th, there will be an encore performance of the musical for Red Clay Consolidated School District elementary school students.  This is a rescheduled performance due to the two hour delayed schedule from last week’s freezing weather.


CCSA Book Fair!

CCSA Library from Feb. 1 to Feb. 8

Book Fair

The library is hosting a Scholastic Book Fair February 1st-8th.  It will be open every day during school hours and also, Friday night February 1st from 5-7 pm before the middle school play, “Once on this Island.”  We also have an online purchasing option, that will have more titles available than actual book fair, it runs from January 29th -February 9th.  Thru the online book fair, you may purchase books from pre-K -thru adult.  The sale in the library is geared towards middle and high school students.  The money will go to the library to help purchase new books and materials for students. 

The link to the book fair is here:  Come to Our Book Fair!

Designer Bag Bingo 2019!

Support the Cab PTSO on April 12th!


Support Cab Calloway Middle and High School -Attend the Spring Fundraiser, Designer Bag Bingo on Friday, April 12, 2019

ONLINE Registration (thru Ticketleap):

Or Manual Registration Form: download here: FORM!

Join us for Once on this Island the Cab Calloway School of the Arts Middle School Musical!

Show times are Friday, February 1st at 7:00 pm, Saturday, February 2nd at 7:00 pm and Sunday, February 3rd at 2:00 pm

Come join us for Cab Calloway Middle School’s presentation of Once On This Island in the Cab Calloway Theatre.

Once on This Island is a musical set during a hurricane, when a group of children decide to tell a story to comfort one another during the storm. The story is about a young woman who tries to follow her heart and four magical gods who make her journey difficult. This is a modern retelling of Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Little Mermaid,” and explores Haitian culture and spirituality through beautiful Caribbean-style music.

Tickets available here:

Come join us in the Cab Calloway School of the Arts Theatre to experience Cab Calloway Middle Schools exclusive engagement of Once on This Island.

DON’T MISS IT! There are only three weekend performances of this wonderful musical. Show times are Friday, February 1st at 7:00 pm, Saturday, February 2nd at 7:00 pm and Sunday, February 3rd at 2:00 pm

Cab Calloway Midterm Exam Bell Schedules

for High School and Middle School

Midterms are taken at the HS level only.  Middle school students do not take a midterm exam unless he/she is taking a high school class (8th graders only).

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