Everyday Collegiate

List of 6 news stories.

  • Upper School Students Share Experience at National Diversity Conference

    At this morning’s Upper School assembly, six Collegiate students shared their experiences from the national Student Diversity Leadership Conference they attended in December.
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  • Honors Theater Class Presents Winter Play

    Collegiate’s Honors Theater class will present its Winter Play, Orbital Sanity, on Thursday, Jan. 16 and Friday, Jan. 17 at 7:30 p.m. in Oates Theater. 
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  • Collegiate Middle Schoolers Explore World Religions

    As part of their study of world religions, Collegiate Middle School students learned about Judaism at their assembly this morning.
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  • Recent Alums Offer Advice to Collegiate Juniors

    A group of recent Collegiate School alums returned to campus this morning to offer advice and guidance to juniors about the college application process and the transition to college life. 
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  • Cougar Athletes Sign to Play College Sports

    Ten Collegiate School student-athletes signed their National Letters of Intent (NLI) or celebratory commitment documents this week to play 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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  • Third Grade Concert of Carols Wraps Up Holiday Celebrations

    As the final Collegiate School celebration of the holiday season, 3rd Graders presented their annual Concert of Carols for their families in a heartwarming program held at River Road Presbyterian Church.
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