Chinese language students at Collegiate bring in the Year of the Pig. Read more
A group of Collegiate seniors taking the River City Capstone class visit the Richmond Slave Trail with faculty members Rhiannon Boyd and Brad Cooke in their ongoing efforts to understand the James River and its impact on the Richmond region. Read More
Students on both sides of our Mooreland campus celebrate Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights.
Collegiate School hosts the Virginia High School Ethics Bowl each fall. Click here to learn about the qualifying event for the National High School Ethics Bowl Championship.
Through in-field study and hands-on observation, students studied and compared the ecology of Virginia and Costa Rica.
Fifth Grade boys celebrate the HinduHoli Festival (Festival of Colors) welcoming spring.
The Lower School garden is an outdoor classroom for natural observations.
“In today’s times, providing a curriculum and programs that allow students and faculty to challenge their assumptions, engage with others in the broader community and push their boundaries of understanding and empathy has never been more important. I am grateful for the JK-12 impact the Powell Institute for Responsible Citizenship has on our learners." Sara Boisvert Director, Powell Institute for Responsible Citizenship Responsible Citizenship Team
Responsible Citizenship at Collegiate empowers engaged, contributing citizens by nurturing students’ compassion, creativity and purpose.
Our School’s promise is to nurture and equip our students as scholars and citizens. The Powell Institute for Responsible Citizenship brings together eight vital areas (known as pillars) of school life under one umbrella to ensure that each grade level builds on the foundation of the previous one, supporting students’ Junior Kindergarten through 12th Grade growth. The Institute provides a cohesive curriculum in these areas by fully immersing these pillars into the academic program.
Students in each division of our School exemplify their understanding of and growth in the tenets of our pillars by participating in a culminating capstone program. Our 4th Graders participate in Envision Collegiate, our 8th Graders participate in Envision Richmond and our 12th Graders participate in Envision Your World.
Ignite - Responsible Citizenship Blog
Igniteoffers insight into how our programs come to life in Collegiate's curriculum, highlighting various examples of student projects and faculty reflections across the eight pillars.
List of 3 news stories.
Upper School Students Share Experience at National Diversity Conference
At this morning’s Upper School assembly, six Collegiate students shared their experiences from the national Student Diversity Leadership Conference they attended in December.
John Dau Shares Experiences at Collegiate, Cares for the People of South Sudan
John Dau, Collegiate School’s Global Scholar-in-Residence, has spent time this fall talking with students across Collegiate’s three divisions. He also has remained dedicated to the John Dau Foundation (JDF), whose mission is to provide health care and nutrition programs to the citizens of South Sudan — one of the most war-torn, impoverished countries in the world.