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  • Guest Speaker Inspires Students to Value Their Education

    Collegiate Middle School teacher Kate Cunningham’s 5th Grade girls advisory took a proverbial trip around the world today when a special guest shared her experiences with education, literature and equal rights.
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  • School Closed

    Due to icy campus conditions as well as inclement weather conditions, Collegiate School will be closed today (Monday, Jan.14) instead of operating on a late arrival. 
    Cougar Quest and all of the Quest after school programs are also closed. Please stay safe and warm.
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  • 2005 Football

    The Sheer Joy of Team

    Induction into Collegiate’s Athletic Hall of Fame is a testament to sweat, perseverance, innate ability and, ultimately, splendid achievement.
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  • Honors Theater Students Present Annual Winter Play

    Collegiate School’s 2019 winter play, ENiGMA VARiATiONS and OTHER CRiSES, will feature a collection of contemporary scenes and one-acts. Performances will be held in Oates Theater on Friday, Jan. 11, and Saturday, Jan. 12, at 7:30 p.m.
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  • Young Alums Share Advice with Juniors and Seniors

    A group of recent Collegiate School graduates took time today to share their experiences with 11th and 12th Graders about the college application process and what they’ve learned since beginning their matriculation.
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  • Collegiate Enters 2019 With Convocation

    Wearing their green and gold Cougar colors, Collegiate School’s entire student body — including Kindergartners atop their senior buddies’ shoulders — marched into the Seal Athletic Center this morning for the School’s annual school-year celebration.
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