Everyday Collegiate

List of 6 news stories.

  • Upper School Thespians Present Spring Play

    In the first of this year’s two spring plays, The Collegiate Players will present Proof by David Auburn. Performances will be heldin Room 136 of the Hershey Center for the Arts on Thursday, Feb. 22 at 7:30 p.m., Friday, Feb. 23 at 8:15 p.m. and Saturday, Feb. 24 at 7:30 p.m.
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  • Eighth Graders Perform Annual Play

    Collegiate School 8th Graders are proud to present Disney's The Lion King Kids as this year’s annual grade-level play this weekend in McFall Hall.
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  • Collegiate Students Volunteer at VMFA’s ChinaFest

    Over the weekend, several Collegiate School students volunteered at ChinaFest, a celebration of Chinese culture, held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
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  • Annual Application Workshop Assists Juniors

    Collegiate School juniors met with 15 college deans and directors of admission from across the country today for the yearly workshop that offers guidance when navigating the college search and application process.
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  • Collegiate Hosts Annual Global Issues Forum

    Approximately 75 high school students from seven public and private schools in the Richmond area gathered at Collegiate School today for the Fifth Annual Global Issues Forum.
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  • Kindergarten Shoe Store Teaches Economics and Empathy

    Collegiate School Kindergartners in Beth Anne Shelly and Elizabeth Andrews' classes recently collaborated on creating their own shoe store to learn about economics and empathy, and the Kinder Kids Shoe Store opened for business this morning in Centennial Hall.
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