Admission

Collegiate Voices

Collegiate faculty and staff deliver on our mission with innovation, creativity and passion. Our Admission Office welcomes the opportunity to speak with you about the inspired learning that takes place throughout our JK-12 community.

The videos on this page are narrated with unscripted words spoken from the hearts of our faculty and students. Please enjoy and we look forward to getting to know your family and sharing our stories in person.

Lower School

    • How will Collegiate challenge and support my child?

      Cathy Gregory, Chair of Lower School Academic Services

    • How is the Lower School integrated into the whole school community?

      Debbie Miller, Head of Lower School

    • How many students are in a Lower School classroom?

      Cheryl Gahagan, Assistant Head of Lower School - Curriculum and Instruction

    • Does Collegiate offer a world language in the Lower School?

      Linda Combs, Lower School French Teacher


Middle School

    • How do new students transition into the Middle School?

      Rives Fleming, 5th Grade Advisor and Teacher

    • How many students are in a classroom?

      Nathan Goodwyn, 8th Grade Advisor and Teacher

    • How will Collegiate challenge and support my child?

      Lindsey Melvin, Assistant Head of Middle School - Student Progress

    • Can Middle School students play sports?

      Giles, Middle School Student

    • What extracurricular activities are offered?

      Carolyn Villanueva, 5th Grade Advisor and Teacher


Upper School

    • What makes Collegiate special?

      Brad Cooke, Director of Outdoor Collegiate, Middle and Upper School Teacher

    • What arts and athletic opportunities are offered in the Upper School?

      V, Upper School Student

    • How do students find success in the Upper School?

      Akum, Upper School Student

    • What's it like to participate in AP and Honors classes?

      Shreya, Upper School Student

    • What’s the student community vibe in the Upper School?

      Caroline, Upper School Student


The School admits qualified students and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, or any other status protected by applicable law in the administration of its admissions, scholarships, and loans, and its educational, athletic, and other programs.