"What makes Collegiate unique is that it is happy in the best sense of the word –thriving, engaged, forward-looking and focused on the progress of the child rather than the credentials it accumulates." Peter Mahoney, Parent
At Collegiate, we have set the bar high when it comes to the tangible aspects of the educational experience we provide – curriculumfacilitiesthe arts, athleticscollege counseling and more. We are a vibrant community of learners where students thrive on their educational journeys and in every aspect of life. Yet ask others and they will tell you it is the intangibles that set Collegiate apart. It is our understanding your child, getting to know the individual person and fostering each student’s unique spirit. It is the lifelong relationships formed with peers, teachers and parents that form a community which is at the heart and soul of who we are. We are preparing the next generation of creative thinkers and engaged, caring citizens. Collegiate is so much more than a school ... it’s a place that becomes a part of you.

Admission Program Dates

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  • JK/Kindergarten

    October 23 • November 7 • November 15
  • Middle School

    November 16
  • Upper School

    October 26

Mission

The mission of Collegiate School is to create a diverse and inclusive community of learners committed to a challenging and supportive educational experience that will foster the intellectual, moral, emotional and physical development of each student.

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Diversity

Collegiate is committed to a diverse and well-rounded student body, faculty and staff. Please read more on our diversity initiatives.

Religion at Collegiate

We affirm our School's foundation in the Judeo-Christian tradition while welcoming students and families of all faiths and beliefs. Read more about religion at Collegiate School.

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.