Brent Miller
Director of Admission
804.726.3273
brent_miller@collegiate-va.org
Admission Staff

Merit Assistance for New 9th Graders

Thanks to an endowment from Melissa and Mark Christian '77, rising Upper Schoolers who are new to Collegiate in 9th Grade and have demonstrated academic excellence, intellectual curiosity and strong leadership are eliglble to receive merit-based awards from the Christian Family Scholars Program.

Need After School Care?

Collegiate offers after school care for children JK-8th Grade. For more information about Kinder Quest (JK-K), Cougar Quest (1-4) and Middle School Quest (5-8), click here or contact Christina Moses at 804.740.6477.
As you get to know Collegiate School, you will need only moments to realize the passion and sense of connectedness shared by our students, faculty, parents and alumni. Collegiate is a place rooted in 100-year-old traditions while continuously exploring new ideas. We invite you to campus to experience Collegiate firsthand.

Admission Process

We are now accepting applications for the 2019-20 school year and we thank you for your interest.
To inquire or apply for the 2019-20 school year, please see the information below.

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  • Lower School (JK-4)

    Submit an inquiry or Apply Online. For more information, contact John Wilson,
    Director of Lower School Admission, at 804.741.9712.

    The admission process begins with an application and a $50 fee. A candidate’s profile consists of:
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  • Middle School (5-8) / Upper School (9-12)

    Submit an inquiry or Apply Online. For more information, contact Anne Bruce Ahearn,
    Director of Middle/Upper School Admissionat 804.741.5470.

    The admission process begins with an application and a $50 fee. A candidate’s profile consists of:
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NOTE TO INTERNATIONAL INQUIRIES: Collegiate School does not issue Form I-20 documents to students and, therefore, cannot accept students who are seeking multi-year enrollment and/or a high school diploma from Collegiate School, under F-1 student visa status. However, international families who relocate to Richmond are welcome to apply if the student will be living permanently with his or her parent or guardian in the Richmond area as a dependent on the parent's visa or if the child is otherwise eligible to study in the U.S.

The School admits qualified students and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, or any other status protected by applicable law in the administration of its admissions, scholarships, and loans, and its educational, athletic, and other programs.