Everyday Collegiate

List of 6 news stories.

  • Upper Schoolers Receive Awards at Honors Assembly

    At Collegiate School’s annual Honors Assembly this afternoon, Upper School students were recognized before their fellow classmates, family and friends. The 10th-12th Grade students, selected by Upper School faculty, received honors and awards that reflect their level of commitment, character and excellence in their studies and extracurricular endeavors during the past year.
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  • Collegiate Third Graders Hold Final Market Day

    Collegiate School 3rd Grade students this morning held their final Market Day, where they sold upcycled products to raise money for a charity. 
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  • Collegiate Seniors Attend Final Assembly, Visit With Kindergartners

    On their last official day at Collegiate School, seniors took part in a final assembly filled with speeches, a special FaceTime call and one last visit with their Kindergarten buddies.
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  • Collegiate Recognizes Retiring Faculty and Staff

    Collegiate School honored eight faculty members for their service this afternoon as they head into retirement at the end of this school year.
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  • Collegiate 4th Grade Capstone Wraps Up

    Collegiate School 4th Graders gathered this morning to present the ideas they conceived during their yearlong, grade-level Capstone program, Envision Collegiate.
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  • Parents’ Association Presents Year-End Gift, Welcomes New Slate of Officers

    The Collegiate School Parents’ Association this morning presented Head of School Steve Hickman with its year-end gift at the organization’s Spring Meeting.
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