Everyday Collegiate

List of 6 news stories.

  • Collegiate 7th Graders Begin Six-Week Service Project

    Collegiate School 7th Graders this week began six weeks of working with 13 Richmond-area nonprofit organizations as part of Connect Richmond, their grade-level community service project.
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  • United Nations Communications Officer Speaks to Upper Schoolers

    Collegiate School today welcomed United Nations Communications Officer Felipe Queipo to speak to three senior Capstone classes about how the intergovernmental organization assists the 193 nations who belong to it.
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  • Richmond-Area Farmer Speaks to Collegiate Students About Nutrition

    In honor of nutrition month, Collegiate School invited Joel Salatin, a farmer whose family owns and runs Polyface Farm in Swoope, Virginia, to campus today to speak to Middle and Upper School students.
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  • Annual Cougar Classic Basketball Game Stars Faculty and Staff

    Collegiate School faculty and staff took to the court in Seal Athletic Center last evening for the Cougar Classic, a highly anticipated, time-honored School tradition.
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  • Collegiate Hosts Students from Partner School in Mexico

    Collegiate School has welcomed eight students and two teachers from our partner school in Mexico this week to experience life in the Middle School and with their Collegiate host families.
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  • Collegiate 1st Graders Present Spring Play

    Collegiate School 1st Graders this morning presented The City Mice and the Country Mice as their annual spring play in front of parents, grandparents and friends in the Lower School’s Estes Building.  
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