Everyday Collegiate

List of 6 news stories.

  • Collegiate Rising Seniors Participate in Trailblaze Program

    Collegiate School students are participating in their second week of Trailblaze, a job shadowing program established last year to connect rising seniors with Richmond-area alums working in various professions.
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  • Final All-School Meeting Celebrates 2018-19 School Year

    Before heading out for the summer, Collegiate School faculty and staff gathered for a final All-School meeting, during which Chief Academic Officer Susan Droke presented awards, acknowledged retiring faculty members and thanked everyone for a successful school year.
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  • Throughout the year, Collegiate faculty engage in professional development opportunities.

    Collegiate Faculty Pursue Summer Professional Development

    Collegiate School may be out for the summer, but over the coming months, numerous faculty members will embark on varied projects and adventures that keep them engaged in learning.
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  • New Essay Writing Workshop Offered to Rising Seniors

    The first of three new college essay writing workshops for rising Collegiate School seniors took place this morning, led by Upper School English teacher Bart Thornton.
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  • Collegiate School Celebrates 4th Grade Graduation

    The Collegiate School Class of 2027 celebrated its graduation from the Lower School this morning in front of a packed Seal Center full of family, friends and faculty. Displayed on the wall behind the students, the scoreboard read 20:27, period 4, 0 fouls.
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  • Collegiate School Holds Middle School Final Exercises

    Collegiate School’s Middle School Final Exercises took place this morning, and 140 Middle School students received their certificates on the lawn of Flippen Hall in front of family, friends and faculty. The Middle School Band and Strings, Collegiate Orchestra and Select Chorus performed as part of the program.
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