During a special presentation yesterday morning, seven Collegiate School seniors shared how student endowments made possible by the generosity of Collegiate families enabled them to travel and explore their individual areas of interest over the summer. Read More
College Admission workshop
Upper School students attend an annual panel featuring admission professionals from colleges around the country.
McFall Hall at night
Recently renovated McFall Hall, seen here at night, was expanded from 9,500 square feet to 15,600 square feet with seating for 450 up from 300.
Creativty and technology
Gifts to Collegiate helps support learning beyond the classroom.
Students during morning meeting
Lower Schoolers start their days with morning meetings in their classrooms.
Campus during the Fall
A landscaped walkway connects Middle and Upper School buildings.
The Collegiate School Development Office strives to establish meaningful relationships with all of our constituents and in doing so, hopes to be the bridge that connects our loyal supporters with the needs of our School. We graciously aim to be at the forefront in showing our appreciation to all of our generous constituents. Call us today: 804.741.9706
Collegiate has created the Collegiate Families Emergency Relief Fund (CFERF) to provide one-time grants to offset the 2020-21 academic year tuition with the goal of keeping our community intact and to assist those families for whom this pandemic has created financial hardship.
"The generosity of the entire Collegiate School community allows us to advance the mission of the School and continually enhance students' experience, programs, facilities, and faculty and staff development opportunities. We are grateful to the many parents, alumni, grandparents and friends who support Collegiate School." Kristen Williams Vice President, Development
"It has been gratifying to see both of our girls grow at Collegiate - intellectually, physically, emotionally, spiritually and socially. Collegiate is such an amazing and wonderful school! We could not imagine our daughters going anywhere else." – Parent of Middle and Upper Schooler