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  • Collegiate 4th Grade Capstone Kicks Off

    Collegiate School 4th Graders this morning launched their grade-level Capstone experience, Envision Collegiate, by meeting School leaders from various departments who will guide them as they explore the question, How might we improve the sustainability of Collegiate’s campus by 2028?
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  • Seniors Model Solutions to Real-World Math Problems

    Twenty seniors in Upper School math teacher David Bannard’s Math Modeling class are participating in the High School Mathematical Contest in Modeling (HiMCM), an international high school contest.
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  • Sixth Annual TEDxYouth@RVA Event Encourages “Fusion”

    The sixth annual TEDxYouth@RVA will take place on Saturday, Nov. 16, in Collegiate School’s Hershey Center for the Arts. The general public is invited to hear a wide range of local speakers reflect on the theme Fusion.
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  • Cougar Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

    Eight Collegiate School student-athletes signed their National Letters of Intent (NLI) or commitment documents this afternoon to commit to playing athletics in college next year. The students, along with their families, coaches, Collegiate faculty and friends, gathered to sign their letters wearing baseball caps of their respective future schools.
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  • Night of Light Showcases 2nd Grade Artists

    Collegiate School 2nd Graders welcomed family members this evening to Night of Light, an exhibition of their Studio Two artwork, in the Estes Multipurpose Room.
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  • Collegiate Seniors Receive Cum Laude, National Merit Recognition

    Collegiate School announced this morning in an Upper School assembly the seniors who have been inducted into the Cum Laude Society and those who were honored with National Merit Scholar Recognition.
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