Everyday Collegiate

List of 6 news stories.

  • Annual Retreat Provides Day of Reflection and Service for Upper Schoolers

    During their annual Retreat Day, Collegiate School 9th-12th Graders spent time learning about themselves, serving others and preparing for their futures. 
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  • Collegiate Players Present Broadway Classic, Chicago

    The Collegiate Players will present Chicago (High School Edition), the Broadway classic, by Bob Fosse, John Kander and Fred Ebb on Oct. 23, 24 and 25 at 7:30 p.m. in Oates Theater. 
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  • Social Media Expert Provides Advice to Collegiate Upper and Middle School Students

    Laura Tierney, founder of The Social Institute, spoke to Collegiate Middle and Upper School students today about ways to navigate the increasingly complicated social media landscape.
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  • The Social Institute Provides Tools to Navigate Social Media

    Collegiate School will welcome on Monday Laura Tierney, founder of The Social Institute, who will speak to Middle and Upper School parents about ways to navigate the increasingly complicated social media landscape.
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  • Collegiate School 7th Graders Engage in Leadership Program

    The entire Collegiate School 7th Grade this week took part in Community, Challenges and Leadership, a program that reinforces the School’s core values of community, respect, honor, excellence and love of learning.
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  • International Emerging Leaders Conference Closes With Cultural Fair

    The 9th annual International Emerging Leaders Conference (IELC) wrapped up this afternoon with the Cultural Fair, during which Collegiate School 3rd and 4th Graders experienced the sights and sounds of numerous countries around the globe.
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