Join us for Collegiate’s Homecoming and Reunion Weekend Oct. 28 and 29. Enjoy classic Homecoming traditions or sign up for new ways to be engaged on campus over the weekend!  Celebrating your reunion this year? Please read to the end for exciting news about class parties.

Reunion Lunch - The Class of 1972, 1967, 1962 And Beyond

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  • Friday, Oct. 28 at 12 p.m. in the Craigie Board Room

    Join us for a special on-campus lunch to spend time with your classmates, enjoy special presentations from current students and hear about updates at Collegiate. We cannot wait to celebrate with the Class of 1972 and all the legacy classes celebrating more than 50 years at Collegiate. 

    Registration for this event has closed! If you have any questions, please contact Anne Gray Siebert at

Campus tours

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  • Friday, Oct. 28, 11 a.m. in front of Oates Theater

    If you have not been on campus for a while, you do not want to miss this opportunity to see all the new additions to your old stomping grounds. Campus tours will be available starting at 11 a.m. in front of Oates Theater.

    Registration for this event has closed! If you have any questions, please contact Anne Gray Siebert at

Alumni Art Exhibit

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  • Opening Reception - Friday, Oct. 28, 5:30 p.m. in the Lower School Estes Art Gallery

    Join us to see spectacular and original artwork from our very own alumni. We invite you to an opening reception on Friday, Oct. 28 at 5:30 p.m. in the Lower School Estes Art Gallery on the Mooreland Road campus. The show will remain open all of Homecoming weekend. 

    Collegiate's Visual Art Department would like to invite any interested alumni to submit an original piece of artwork created with 22” as a guiding dimension. Work would logically be in a square format and would not exceed 22” when/if framed. Likewise, three-dimensional work would have 22” as its broadest dimension. Work should be ready to hang/install with any special instructions provided when work is received.

    If you would like to sell your art to the Collegiate community, consider a 20% commission to the Stephen R. Anderson Endowment for the Arts, which provides financial assistance to a visually art-inclined Collegiate student each year. The deadline for submissions will be one month in advance of Homecoming weekend: Friday, Sept. 23

    Want to join our Alumni Art Show? Please email Pam Sutherland.

38th Annual Alumni Oyster Roast

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  • Friday, Oct. 28, 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Homecoming Tent on the Mooreland Road Campus

    The Alumni Association invites all alumni 21 and older to the Annual Alumni Oyster Roast, which will be held under the Homecoming tent from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Mooreland Road campus. Come for oysters, barbeque, bluegrass, and, of course, the opportunity to share the joy of Collegiate with fellow alumni. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door.

    Register here

Color Run and 5K Run

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  • Saturday, Oct. 29, 9 a.m. at Robins Campus

    Cougar Color Run
    Back by popular demand! Sign up to run, walk or skip in the Cougar Color Run. This event is perfect for families! Register to get your Cougar Color Run T-shirt, which will perfectly display your Collegiate spirit from the green-and-gold colored powder that will be sprayed on participants. Color powder is 100% natural and edible; it is also washable. Baby strollers and dogs are welcome. 

    5K  Run
    Join us for a special run to honor Weldon Bradshaw, who retired last spring after 50 years of service to Collegiate. After the race, please stay as we will unveil the naming of the Weldon Bradshaw Cross Country Course. Sign up to run this 5K in honor of Weldon Bradshaw.

    Register here.

    Want to help make this event special for Weldon? Please contact Anne Gray Siebert

Round Robins Tennis Tournament

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  • Saturday, Oct. 29, 9:10 a.m. at Robins Campus

    Grab a partner and head to the courts for a morning of tennis on the beautiful tennis courts at Robins Campus. Spots are limited. All participants will receive Cougar tennis swag. 

    Courts open from 9:10 to 9:30 a.m. for warm-ups. Tournament play will begin at 9:30 a.m., with a five-minute warm-up before the first match, and will continue until completion. ***After playing your first match, everyone will receive a three-minute warm-up before each match, if needed.*** (Estimated completion time is 11:30 a.m. Awards to be given out around 11:40 a.m.) 

    Everyone will have at least one round of play where you will not be playing against another team. During that time, please enjoy some refreshments, and make your way down to the Championship Court, Bostic Court, to compete against the speed gun.

    Registration for this event has closed! If you have any questions, please contact Anne Gray Siebert at

Doxey Day - Alumnae Field Hockey Game

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  • Saturday, Oct. 29, 10 a.m. at Robins Campus

    Join us for an alumnae field hockey game on the newly named Doxey Field to celebrate the retirement of Karen Doxey, former Director of Athletics, coach, educator and mentor.

    All alumnae, former players, friends and family are invited to attend and participate in this celebratory game! Alumnae will be divided into two teams and play two 12-minute halves. Been a while since you dusted off your field hockey stick? You can also register as a cheerleader, spectator, coach or referee. 

    Everyone is invited to join us for a reception to honor Karen Doxey after the game. 

    Register here

    If Coach Doxey was an important part of your life and you want to help plan this event, please contact Anne Gray Siebert

Stephen  P. Adamson '92 Jr. Ropes Course

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  • Saturday, Oct. 29, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

    Register to climb on Homecoming morning. (Must be 12 years of age to participate. Anyone under 18 will need a parent present to sign necessary waivers.)  Sign-ups cap at 25 for the session so don’t delay in signing up.  

    Completed in 2018, the Stephen P. Adamson '92 Jr. Ropes Course serves all three divisions of the Collegiate School through a developmentally appropriate challenge course curriculum. The SPA course is divided into three distinct sections. On the ground, there are a number of challenge elements designed to foster work with group dynamics, problem-solving, leadership and communication.  The high course consists of three levels with 21 individual challenges of varying difficulty and achieves a height of 54 feet - the highest point on Collegiate’s campus.  Also attached to the high course is a Swing by Choice - an adrenaline-fueled element that hoists participants up to 34 feet in the air before releasing them to swing through the trees. Lastly, the SPA course has dueling zip lines that carry two riders side by side over 300 feet toward the end zone of Collegiate’s football stadium.

    Registration for this event has closed! If you have any questions, please contact Anne Gray Siebert at

Alumni Award Ceremony and Community Picnic

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  • Saturday, Oct. 29, 12 p.m. at the Mooreland Road Campus

    Community Picnic
    Join us for the 2nd annual Cougar Community Picnic. Gather with your Cougar family for a festive and fun community event. Guests are invited to purchase lunch from the assembled food trucks. Complimentary drinks and dessert will be provided. Show your Cougar pride by coming dressed in your finest green and gold spirit wear. There is no need to RSVP.

    Distinguished Alumni Award Ceremony- 12:15 p.m.
    Join us under the Homecoming tent during the Community Picnic to recognize this year's Distinguished Alumni Award winners. The Alumni Association honors two of its best with its Distinguished Alumni Awards every year. These awards tout the recipients as role models for our entire Collegiate community.
    • The Alex Smith Service Award recognizes an alum who has generously and loyally used his or her talents and energies to directly benefit Collegiate. 
    • The Distinguished Alumni Award honors an alum for his or her professional or volunteer activities and accomplishments that have distinguished him or her in a particular field or endeavor.

Football Game

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  • Saturday, Oct. 29, 1 p.m. on Grover Jones Field

    Come watch the Homecoming football game at 1 p.m. on Grover Jones Field as Collegiate takes on Norfolk Academy. Dress in all things green and gold and cheer for the Cougars! Come by the Cougar Shop on Friday, Oct. 28 from 7:30 a.m to 3 p.m. to get your green-and-gold spirit wear.

Reunion Parties for Class Years Ending in 2 or 7

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  • Saturday, Oct. 29, 6 p.m. in various locations around the Mooreland Road Campus

    This year we are pleased to offer, for the first time, reunion parties on our beautiful campus for alumni whose class years end in a “2” or “7.” Each class will have its individual party in a separate location around campus, which will bring you closer to the memories created here on North Mooreland Road.

    After the reunion parties, all classes will come together for a full alumni party beginning at 7:30 p.m. The weekend will be all about the joy of the Cougar community gathering on campus to reminisce, renew friendships and create new memories.

    As we count down the days until the Homecoming fun begins, we hope you will enjoy not only looking back at your time at Collegiate but also look forward to catching up, visiting campus and celebrating together. After all, that is what Homecoming and reunions are for — coming “home” to Collegiate and reconnecting with friends from near and far. We cannot wait to see you.

    Registration for these events have closed! If you have any questions, please contact Anne Gray Siebert at