Everyday Collegiate

List of 6 news stories.

  • Collegiate School Holds Class of 2018 Commencement

    Collegiate School’s 103rd Commencement ceremony took place this morning, and the Class of 2018 shared smiles and tears as its members said a bittersweet goodbye amongst family and friends.
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  • Collegiate 5th Graders Participate in Water Olympics

    Collegiate School’s entire 5th Grade competed in the annual Water Olympics this morning on Grover Jones Field, a fun-filled end to their year-long study of water.
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  • Upper Schoolers Recognized at Honors Assembly

    Collegiate Upper School students were recognized this afternoon during the School’s annual Honors Assembly. 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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  • Collegiate Seniors Enjoy Final Assembly

    On their last day at Collegiate School, seniors took part in a final assembly filled with songs, speeches, a special video and one last visit with their Kindergarten buddies.
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  • Collegiate Celebrates Retiring Faculty Members

    Collegiate School honored 11 faculty members for their service this afternoon in the Sharp Academic Commons as they head into retirement at the end of this school year.
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  • Fourth Graders Present Ideas for Grade-Level Capstone

    Collegiate 4th Graders gathered this morning to present ideas conceived and developed in their yearlong, grade-level Capstone program, Envision Collegiate.
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