High school students from around the Richmond region collaborated with area organizations and implemented design thinking strategies to develop strategic solutions for those partners during the 43rd Annual, and the first virtual, Cochrane Summer Economic Institute (CSEI).
Two Collegiate alums, Felipe Campos '17, a rising senior at University of California, Berkeley, and Destana Herring '17, a rising senior at Harvard University, together with a team of about two dozen others and led by a professor at Carnegie Mellon University, developed a smartphone application that anonymously tracks potential exposure to COVID-19.
Collegiate 4th Graders wrapped up their yearlong, grade-level Capstone experience, Envision Collegiate, during which they answered the driving question: How might we improve the sustainability of Collegiate's campus by 2028?
Upper School French teacher Dr. Mark Andrew Hall created a weekly newsletter, Les Dépêches de la Quarantaine (Dispatches from the Quarantine), to help keep his students connected during remote learning.
Founded in 1923, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards is the nation’s longest-running and most prestigious recognition program for creative teens. This year, 22 Collegiate School students, including three from the Middle School, earned gold, silver and honorable mention honors.
Collegiate Upper School students in Dan Bartels' Robotics and Engineering class are participating in a Foldit challenge (www.fold.it) to help researchers design new proteins that might inhibit coronavirus' ability to interact with human cells (think Tamiflu).
Edward Ayers, the Tucker-Boatwright Professor of the Humanities at the University of Richmond, where he is President Emeritus, spoke this morning to Collegiate School seniors in The River City Capstone and juniors in American History classes.
With a strong showing across all event groups, Collegiate’s boys track team won the 2020 VISAA indoor championship in competition among 24 schools today in the Bolling Fieldhouse on the campus of St. Christopher’s School.
Upper School art teacher Mary Arzt this afternoon introduced Collegiate alum Pieter Schoolwerth ’89, her former student, in the Craigie Boardroom, where he walked students, faculty, alums and other guests through his journey as a painter, filmmaker and musician.
The Cougar Shoe Store opened for business this morning in Centennial Hall, a collaboration between Collegiate School Kindergartners in Beth Anne Shelly’s and Elizabeth Andrews' classes to create a shoe store to learn about economics and empathy.
The large headwear worn by Collegiate School 2nd Graders marching around the Upper and Middle Schools this morning could mean only one thing: The States Fair performance was happening in Oates Theater to celebrate the "Fifty Nifty" United States.
Collegiate School has selected a veteran independent school administrator and educator to serve as its Associate Head of School for Admission and Enrollment Management. Scott Smith will begin his tenure at Collegiate on July 1, 2020, after a lengthy stint at The Bolles School in Jacksonville, Florida.
Collegiate School 4th Graders this morning continued working on their yearlong, grade-level Capstone experience, Envision Collegiate, which focuses on sustainability and the driving question, How might we improve the sustainability of Collegiate's campus by 2028?
Collegiate School’s Seventh Annual Chinese New Year Celebration opened in dramatic fashion this evening with a shadow puppet show performed by all 2nd Grade Chinese language students on the Oates Theater stage.