Everyday Collegiate

List of 6 news stories.

  • From left: Blair Chewning, Beth Tracy, Kathryn Oden and Susan Overton

    Collegiate Honors Four Long-Time Faculty Members

    Collegiate School celebrated four long-time faculty members this afternoon in the Sharp Academic Commons as they head into retirement at the end of this school year.
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  • Innovation Expo Showcases 4th Grade Inventions

    Collegiate School 4th Graders presented dozens of creative designs to 3rd Graders this morning in Burke Hall at the Lower School’s annual Innovation Expo. The projects incorporated all of the engineering, technology and science skills the 4th Graders have learned since Kindergarten.
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  • Collegiate Students Wrap Up Spring Concert Season

    During the past month, Collegiate musicians and dancers have been busy showcasing their talents at various concerts and recitals.
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  • Collegiate's head swim-dive coach Mike Stott is retiring after 15 years.

    Collegiate Swim-Dive Coach Retires, Successor Named

    After 15 years of leading the Collegiate School swimming and diving program, Mike Stott has announced his retirement. He leaves the program in great shape, having compiled an extraordinary record of success.
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  • Collegiate Wins Two LIS Championships

    Two Collegiate School varsity teams brought home wins yesterday after their respective LIS championship games.
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  • Seniors Celebrate During Final Assembly

    Collegiate School seniors finished their school year today with a final assembly filled with speeches, songs, thank yous, and special time with their Kindergarten buddies.
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