Everyday Collegiate

List of 6 news stories.

  • Spring Honors Society Inductees Announced

    Fourteen Collegiate School seniors were inducted into the Cum Laude Society this morning during Upper School Assembly in Oates Theater. They were joined by the 13 students inducted last fall, and on Sunday evening, all of the inductees and their families enjoyed a special dinner in their honor.
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  • Institute for Responsible Citizenship Named for Powell Family

    Collegiate School’s Institute for Responsible Citizenship was named last evening in honor and appreciation of the longtime support and commitment of the Powell family.
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  • Collegiate Visual Arts presents “COLL”

    Collegiate School hosted its annual campus-wide art exhibition yesterday to showcase various works produced by students JK-12th Grade.
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  • Upper School Human Anatomy Class Speaker Series Concludes

    Over the past semester, Collegiate School juniors and seniors studying human anatomy have enjoyed learning from a number of Richmond-area medical professionals.
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  • Middle School Entrepreneurs Hold Last Market Day of the School Year

    The final Cougar Enterprises Market Day for the school year took place this morning outside Reed-Gumenick Library, where Collegiate Middle School entrepreneurs sold their handmade wares to fellow students.
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  • Gearing Up for Village Green Fair

    Collegiate School's 54th Annual Village Green Fair will take place this Saturday. The fun-filled event, which is the School's largest fundraiser, is spearheaded by the Parents' Association.
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