Everyday Collegiate

List of 6 news stories.

  • Jack Montague ‘18 Wins RGA Amateur Championship

    Jack Montague ‘18, a rising senior at Collegiate, defeated Drew Brockwell, a rising senior at St. Christopher’s School, to win the Richmond Golf Association Amateur Championship on June 18. It was Jack’s first time playing in the tournament. Please click here to read Brad Bess’ coverage in the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
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  • Middle Schoolers in Dungannon, Virginia

    Summer Offers Students Multiple Travel Experiences

    School may be out, but Collegiate School students are busy traveling the state, nation and the globe to get the most out of their summer.
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  • Caroline Curtis ’19 Repeats as RWGA Champion

    Caroline Curtis '19, a rising junior at Collegiate, won the Richmond Women’s Golf Association city amateur tournament on June 9. Caroline, who appeared in her third RWGA final, earned her second consecutive RWGA title. Please click here to read Vic Dorr, Jr.'s coverage in the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
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  • New Adventures Await the Class of 2017

    Sunglasses were on full display at Collegiate School’s 102nd commencement ceremony this morning, which featured a multitude of warm feelings as the Class of 2017 bid a bittersweet farewell.
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  • Class of 2021 Graduates from Middle School

    Under mostly cloudy skies, family, friends and faculty beamed as they gathered on the lawn in front of Collegiate School’s Flippen Hall this morning for Middle School final exercises.
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  • Upper Schoolers Recognized During Honors Assembly

    Collegiate Upper School students were recognized this morning at the annual Honors Assembly in Oates Theater. The 10th-12th Grade students, selected by Upper School faculty, received honors and awards that reflect their level of commitment, character and excellence in their studies and extracurricular endeavors during the past year.
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