Chinese language students at Collegiate bring in the Year of the Monkey. Read more
United Sisters and Brothers
Members of United Sisters and Brothers, Collegiate School’s Upper School resource group for African-American students, participated in a panel discussion during an Upper School assembly to share their perspectives on their experiences as students of color at Collegiate. As they shared openly, their peers were encouraged to be "active listeners." Read More
Members of the 2016 TEDxYouth@RVA organizing team celebrate their dedication to building a community event that highlighted the diverse, powerful ideas living in the Greater Richmond area. Read More
Students participate in the Connections Institute, a yearlong process of challenge, growth and impact for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors that allows student delegates to break barriers, deal with biased behavior and develop an action plan to reduce prejudice in their schools.
4th Grade Spanish language students explore the theme of “Family” by taking a video trip to visit families in five Spanish speaking countries; they learn about their Spanish peers’ lives and education experiences in Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama and Puerto Rico.
The 5th Grade history curriculum focuses on ancient civilizations, including the basic tenets of the five major world religions. Students visit places of worship in Richmond to learn more about Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam.
In AP Statistics, Upper School students use their math skills to focus on social problems that face the world today, including topics like disease, poverty and population growth. Greater understanding and empathy for the challenges facing real people around the world are gained through reading and analyzing statistics.