Collegium Newsletter December 9, 2019

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CCS Family Calendar

Mon., Dec. 9th, Day 5

  • 500 Building and CMS Cycle: A
  • Grade 9-11: Winter Keystone Exams - Biology | Gym, Classrooms @ 515 Building (HS)
  • Grades 9-12: Pulsera Sales Begin (Sponsored by Spanish Honor Society) (Ends Friday, December 20th) | During HS Lunches @ 515 Building (HS)
  • New Student Enrollment 2020-2021 Begins (Ends Friday, January 17th, 4:00 PM) 10:00am
  • 150 Building: Grades 1-2 STEM Video Design Club | Room 971 3:45pm - 5:00pm
  • 500 Building: 5th and 6th Grade Band and Jazz Lab Winter Concert | Gym, Music Rooms 6:00pm - 6:45pm
  • 500 Building: 5th and 6th Grade Choir and Orchestra Winter Concert | Gym, Music Rooms 7:30pm - 8:15pm

Tues., Dec. 10th, Day 6

  • 500 Building and CMS Cycle: A
  • Grade 9-11: Winter Keystone Exams - Biology | Gym, Classrooms @ 515 Building (HS)
  • Grades 9-12: Detention | Designated Classroom 3:00pm - 4:30pm @ 515 Building (HS)
  • Grades 9-12: GSA Leadership Meeting | Room 329 3:00pm - 4:00pm @ 515 Building (HS)
  • 150 Building: Grades 3-4 Robotics Team Meeting | Innovation Lab Room 971 3:45pm - 5:00pm
  • 150 Building: Junior Artists Club (Session 2) | Room 908 4:00pm - 5:00pm
  • National Elementary Honor Society Monthly Student Meeting | Art Room 4:00pm - 5:30pm @ 500 Building
  • Boys JV Basketball vs. Dock Mennonite Academy | Gym 5:30pm - 6:30pm @ 535 Building (MS)
  • 150 Building: Choirs and 3rd Grade Orchestra Winter Concert | Gym, Music Rooms 6:00pm - 6:45pm @ 500 Building
  • Girls V Basketball vs. Avon Grove HS 6:00pm - 8:30pm @ Avon Grove High School Main Gymnasium
  • Boys V Basketball vs. Dock Mennonite Academy | Gym 7:00pm - 8:30pm @ 535 Building (MS)
  • 150/486 Buildings: Combined 4th Grade Band and Orchestra Winter Concert | Gym, Music Rooms, 7:30pm - 8:15pm @ 500 Building

Wed., Dec. 11th, Day 1

  • 500 Building and CMS Cycle: B
  • Grades K-4: ROAR Review Day | Wear ROAR Shirts W/ Uniform Bottoms
  • 500 Building: Advancing Artists Club (Session 2) | Room 207 4:20pm - 5:20pm
  • 468/486 Buildings: Combined Choirs and 3rd Grade Orchestra Winter Concert | Gym 6:30pm - 7:30pm @ 500 Building

Thurs., Dec. 12th, Day 2

  • 500 Building and CMS Cycle: B
  • Grades 9-12: Detention | Designated Classroom 3:00pm - 4:30pm @ 515 Building (HS)
  • CougarTek Esports Team Meeting | Technology Lab (Room 705) 3:30pm - 5:30pm @ 535 Building (MS)
  • Boys 7th Grade Basketball vs. Malvern Prep 3:45pm - 4:45pm @ Malvern Prep
  • Boys 8th Grade Basketball vs. Malvern Prep 3:45pm - 4:45pm @ Malvern Prep
  • 150 Building: Little Artists Club (Session 2) | Room 908 4:00pm - 5:00pm
  • 150 Building: Student Council Meeting | Room 915 4:00pm - 5:00pm
  • Board of Trustees Work Session | Conference Room 6:00pm @ 435 Building (Admin. Offices)

Fri., Dec. 13th, Day 3

  • 500 Building and CMS Cycle: B
  • CCST: K-12 Candy Grams Fundraiser Ends (Began Monday, December 2nd) | All Buildings
  • Grades 7-12: Cougar Pride Day - Wear Your Cougar Gear With Uniform Bottoms or Jeans
  • Grades K-6: Student Council Spirit Day: Decade Day | Dress As They Did In The Decade Of Your Choice (See Ideas Below)
  • Grades K-12: Toys for Tots Drive Ends (Began Monday, December 2nd) | All Buildings
  • MS/HS Music Dept.: Poinsettia Fundraiser Ends (Ends Monday, December 2nd) @ 515 Building (HS)
  • Boys JV Basketball vs. Lower Moreland | Gym 5:30pm - 6:30pm @ 535 Building (MS)
  • Boys V Basketball vs. Lower Moreland | Gym 7:00pm - 8:30pm @ 535 Building (MS)
  • Girls V Basketball vs. Plumstead Christian 7:00pm - 8:30pm @ Plumstead Christian School
  • Grades 9-12: Coffee House/Open Mic Night | Library @ 535 Building (MS)

Sat., Dec. 14th

  • Boys JV Basketball vs. La Academia Partnership Charter School | Gym 12:30pm - 1:30pm @ 535 Building (MS)

K-6 Spirit Day: Decade Day

On Friday, December 13th, Elementary Student Council will host its next Spirit Day, Decade Day!

BE the decade on Decade Day!

Our K-6 students are encouraged to dress head-to-toe, up-and-down, in fashion from any decade they choose! Listed below are a few trends from decades past to get your ideas flowing:

  • 1920s: Flapper dresses, headbands, fringe, gloves, hats, button-down shirts with suspenders, armbands
  • 1930s: Bows, frills, suits, berets, fedoras, golf shirts, midi skirts, nautical themes, floral patterns
  • 1940s: Padded shoulders, flared skirts/dresses, big suits, zoot suits, hats, baggy pants
  • 1950s: Swing/circle/poodle skirts, button-down blouses, cuffed pants/jeans, sweaters, short jackets
  • 1960s: Tie-dye shirts, colorful/bold patterns, fringe, jean skirts, capris, tall boots, floppy hats
  • 1970s: Bell bottoms, peasant shirts, wide lapels, polyester, leisure suits, palazzo pants
  • 1980s: Big hair, leggings, leg warmers, padded shoulders, oversized blazers, glam rock
  • 1990s: Hip-hop, flannel shirts, oversized sweaters, boots, baggy flannel pants, denim everything
  • 2000s: Hoodies, tracksuits, cargo pants, ribbed sweaters, Ugg boots, sneakers, denim/puffy jackets
  • 2010s: Athletic wear, midi/maxi skirts, patterned leggings/tights, crazy patterned shoes/socks, oversized cardigans

We can’t wait to see the school-appropriate Decade Day outfits you create! Please email questions to our Elementary Student Council Advisors using the button provided.

After-School Care: Martial Arts Assembly Video

Master David Fuller, from David Fuller Karate, recently offered a special and interactive lesson to our After-School Care (ASC) students. Ms. LaNae Horsey (CCS Director of Child Care Programs) and Master Fuller worked together to bring the assembly to Collegium Charter School. Watch this video to see highlights from the assembly and learn why Ms. Horsey, Master Fuller, and ASC students were so excited by this fantastic and engaging opportunity.

CCS Tournament Of Champions

For the last few weeks, our 5th through 8th Grade students have been competing in Spelling Bees in their classrooms. Winners of the classroom “bees” earned the chance to compete in our Tournament of Champions on November 27th.

Listed below are our 2019 Tournament of Champions participants:

Nathan R., Jordan B., Shubham K., Madeline S., Zane M., Mohib-ur R., Taran C., Lynn R., Gennea J., Heidi P., Yash P., Courtney P., Daniel A., Boden R., Shaina U., Jeremiah J., Gage M., Emma M., Julianne K., Emia K., Ryan B., Jassir E.-I., Cole B., Nina C., Jason T., Isabella E., Conner K., Ashley C.-F., Rilynn V. D. G., Maddox M., Bella P., Zaden G., Ava D., Khalil M., Charles C., Zachary S., Brynna M., Rishan J., Idris N., Isabella S., Sisira N., Joseph M., Lily C., Julius R., Sergio A.-A., and Trevor C.

“Every year the Spelling Bee becomes a larger event than the year before, with this year’s turnout being the largest ever at CCS!” said Mrs. Amber Ammon, CCS Curriculum Supervisor for Grades 5-8. “It was wonderful to see so many students who have been studying and putting their all into this year’s Tournament!”

Our 2019 CCS Spelling Bee Tournament of Champions winner is 6th Grader Isabella S., who made it through 17 challenging rounds to correctly spell “symptomatic” for the win. “I love to spell, and I find myself good at it,” Isabella shared. “I studied very hard for this Spelling Bee, and I am overjoyed by the results!"

“My hard work has paid off. Last year I did not win the Spelling Bee. To me, it was deemed impossible to win, but now I am proven wrong. Good preparation leads to good performance. I know that now!” -Isabella S., CCS 6th Grader, and 2019 CCS Spelling Bee Tournament of Champions Winner
Sixth Grader Isabella S. won our Spelling Bee Tournament of Champions on November 27th.
"It was a real honor for me to be a part of this year's Spelling Bee! I'm very proud of all of our student participants and was so impressed by the presence and poise they displayed throughout the competition. Each student was there because of the commitment they made to study extensively, and I applaud them for that." -Marita K. Barber, Chief Executive Officer, CCS
Marita Barber, our Chief Executive Officer, congratulates 6th Grader Isabella S. on winning this year's CCS Tournament of Champions.

Congratulations to all of our students who participated in CCS Spelling Bees this year! These contests are challenging and require intelligence, hard work, and grit. You are all successes in your own right!

CHS National Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalist

The Collegium Community is proud to announce that 12th Grader Karl R. has been nominated as a Semifinalist in the prestigious 2020 National Merit® Scholarship Program (NMSP). The NMSP reports that approximately 1.6 million students apply to the program each year. Karl is among the 1% of applicants who are named as Semifinalists.

CCS Senior Karl R. has been named a Semifinalist by the National Merit Scholarship Program.

The NMSP is a nationwide academic competition created in 1955. Its mission is to recognize and reward academic excellence among High School students across the United States. When Mrs. Wolfe, a Collegium High School (CHS) Counselor, was reviewing the NMSP’s goals, she immediately thought of Karl.

“One of Program’s goals is to ‘promote a wider and deeper respect for learning in general and for exceptionally talented individuals in particular,” she shared. “Karl is definitely an ‘exceptionally talented individual’ who has excelled academically throughout his CHS career!”

“This is an amazing honor, to be recognized not just for my own efforts, but also for the instruction I have received in my past years,” Karl shared. “I am extremely grateful to the Collegium faculty as well as to the student body for their support, on academic and personal levels, and for the spirit that set me up to achieve this recognition.”

“The National Merit Scholarship Program is representative of the academic excellence for which Collegium strives, and for which I strive, especially since I do wish to return to academia for a career.” -Karl R., CCS 12th Grader, and National Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalist

In addition to taking AP and Honors-level courses at CHS, Karl has been recognized externally several times this year for his academic ability. He was named an AP Scholar with Distinction, a Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholar, a National Hispanic Scholar, and now an NMSP Semifinalist.

“Our whole school community celebrates Karl’s academic accomplishments!” shared Dr. Pat O’Brien, CHS Principal. “Karl’s been a dedicated student for his entire High School career. I’m grateful to have been able to support his growth as CHS helped to build a foundation for Karl’s future pursuits!”

We can’t wait to see what the future has in store for Karl! Congratulations on all of your achievements!

CHS Technology Students Create Cards For Kindness

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Collegium High School (CHS) students participated in a special card-writing workshop in Mrs. Maalouf’s Technology Class. The idea came out of discussions students had about the many things they are thankful for in their lives. The students decided that they wanted to share encouragement and positivity with others.

Mrs. Maalouf organized the card-making workshop using guidelines developed by Send A Smile Today™, a service that sends cards to individuals diagnosed with, battling, and surviving cancer. The holiday season can be especially difficult for these individuals. Send A Smile Today’s cards are intended to ease their burdens through messages of “love, hope, and support.”

One of the students who participated shared, “It was nice to think of someone else and be thankful that the people I love are healthy." Another commented, “It means a lot because someone in my family passed away from cancer.”

According to Mrs. Maalouf, “Our students got as much out of making and sharing their cards as we hope the individuals who receive them will.”

“The students’ cards are already on their way to Send A Smile Today. We all sincerely hope that their kind words will be shared soon with the individuals who need them!” -Mrs. Laura Maalouf, CHS Technology Teacher

Send A Smile Today’s card-making guidelines and the organization’s website are accessible via the buttons below.

CHS STEM Field Trip To Penn State At The Navy Yard

On November 25th, five Collegium High School (CHS) girls took a STEM Field Trip to Penn State at the Navy Yard with their teachers, Miss Parkins (Math Teacher) and Mr. Bogusch (STEAM Center Coordinator). The Field Trip was organized by Mr. Handley (CHS Math Teacher) as part of our female CHS students’ participation in Penn State Brandywine’s Girls in STEM: STEM Options Program.

“During the recent program, our students participated in several hands-on STEM-related activities that demonstrated different fields, like engineering, mathematics, physics, and computer science,” explained Miss Parkins. “Following the opening session, our students could choose from a variety of breakout sessions focusing on more specific STEM-related careers, such as veterinary science, chemistry, and pharmaceuticals.”

"The Penn State STEM Options Program was so fun to attend! Taking the opportunity to receive useful information on both college preparation and STEM careers was worth it." -Lucia G., CCS 10th Grader

Many of the Girls in Stem workshop activities were interactive. In some, experienced STEM professionals spoke to students about how STEM is used in the world. Students also had the chance to ask their presenters questions. Even the Nittany Lion made an appearance during the last session!

“The day ended with a presentation from a Penn State Brandywine Admissions Representative who stressed the importance of preparing for college in a variety of ways,” said Mr. Bogusch. “Our students came away with tools they could begin to use right away, no matter what their grade at school. They also left with a cool ‘swag bag’ filled with books, a t-shirt, and other fun items,” he observed.

Penn State Brandywine frequently hosts free educational programs for girls who might be interested in pursuing careers in STEM-related fields. Miss Parkins took a group of CHS freshmen girls to Penn State Brandywine's campus last spring, and Mr. Handley arranged a similar Field Trip to Villanova University last fall.

“It was very interesting to see and learn about the different career options that Penn State makes available to its students.” -Rose G., CCS 12th Grader

“Our students had great fun at this event,” shared Miss Parkins. She encourages female students to take advantage of unique opportunities like those offered by Penn State Brandywine’s Girls in STEM: STEM Options Program. “Thank you, Mr. Handley, for organizing this Field Trip! The STEM Options Program offers so many learning and growth opportunities to our female students to explore futures in STEM.” Given the caliber of the programs, CHS hopes to plan additional Field Trips in the future.

To learn more about Penn State Brandywine’s Girls in STEM programs, access its website using the button below.

CCST Candy Grams Are Here

The cast and crew of Collegium Center Stage Theatre's (CCST) upcoming production of Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat are selling Candy Grams now through Friday, December 13th. Candy Grams cost $1.00 each and include candy and a personal message. They’ll be distributed across campus on Friday, December 20th.

If you’d like to send a Candy Gram to a CCS student or employee, please print out the form available at the button below, and follow the directions on it.

Note: Candy Grams must be purchased with cash (no coins, please). Orders must be received by Friday, December 13th. Late orders will not be accepted. Any orders missing information (recipient's name, HR teacher, and/or building number) may not be delivered.

Questions? Email Ms. Stell using the button provided.

Spanish Honor Society Selling Pulseras For "Color The World" Initiative

Between Monday, December 9th and Friday, December 20th, Collegium High School’s Spanish Honor Society (SHS) will sell pulseras (handwoven bracelets) to benefit The Pulsera Project’s “Color the World” initiative.

The Pulsera Project (the Project) is a non-profit organization formed to create a just and colorful world by encouraging conscious consumerism and social enterprise. Through its Color the World initiative, the Project brings beautiful pulseras into U.S. schools, where student and teacher volunteers sell them. Proceeds of the sales help support Fair Trade jobs, workers' rights, sustainability, and education in Central America.

SHS members learn (and share!) a lot of information about Central American culture, lives, and struggles through their involvement in the Color the World Initiative.

Pulsera Order Forms will be distributed soon to our K-8th Graders. CCS students and staff may also purchase pulseras during lunches in the 515 (High School) Building between Monday, December 9th and Friday, December 20th. Pulseras cost $5.00 each. Additionally, purses are available for sale at $10.00 each. For more information about The Pulsera Project, please view the video below.

Questions? Email our Spanish Honor Society Advisors, Mrs. Rogai or Mr. González.

K-6 Lost And Found Clean-Out

CCS’s Elementary Buildings (150, 468/486, and 500) will clean out their overflowing Lost and Found collections on Thursday, December 19th!

Please have your child check their building's Lost and Found for items that belong to them. Parents/guardians are also invited to visit the Lost and Found to look for their children’s lost or missing property. Just come to the building’s Main Office between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM and speak with your Building Receptionist.

All unclaimed Lost and Found items remaining in our 150, 468/486, and 500 Buildings after Thursday, December 19th will be donated to the CCS Uniform Resale Shop or a local charity.

Middle School Field Trip Reminders

7th Grade National Aquarium Field Trip Deadlines

Collegium Middle School’s (CMS) 7th Grade Field Trip to the National Aquarium in Baltimore, MD is scheduled for Friday, April 3, 2020. The Field Trip will also include a Baltimore Harbor Cruise.

Permission Slips and information letters have been sent home with students. Additional forms are available from any of our 7th Grade Teachers or by accessing the button below.

If your child wishes to participate in the 7th Grade Field Trip to the National Aquarium, CMS must receive a completed and signed Permission Slip for them by Monday, January 27, 2020, at 3:00 PM. The $50.00 Field Trip payment is also due at that time. If needed, payment schedules may be arranged through Mrs. Barrett, our 535 (Middle School) Building Receptionist.

Note that all participating students’ Magnus Health records must be completed one week before the Field Trip, or by Monday, January 20, 2020, if they’re to participate. Students whose Magnus Health records have not been completed will not be able to join the Field Trip.

Use the button below to contact Mrs. Barrett with questions.

8th Grade Field Trip to Washington, D.C.

At the end of November, we sent our 8th Grade students home with information letters and Permission Slips regarding our 8th Grade Field Trip to Washington, D.C. The Field Trip is scheduled for Thursday, May 28, 2020. If your child wants to participate, your first payment of $25.00 is due Friday, December 20th, along with a completed, signed Permission Slip. Please email Mrs. Natalie Wallace if you have questions about the Field Trip or payment schedule.

Start Thinking Now About 2020-2021 Advanced Placement Classes

Collegium High School’s (CHS) Counseling Department is holding Interest Meetings for students who’d like to apply for 2020-2021 Advanced Placement (AP) courses. These courses are open to CCS students in 8th through 11th Grades. The Interest Meetings are organized by grade level.

CCS 8th and 9th Graders met with CHS’s Counseling Department last week to learn about the AP courses and to pick up AP Course Applications. This week, Interest Meetings are scheduled for our 10th and 11th Graders, as follows:

  • 11th Graders: Monday, December 9th
  • 10th Graders: Thursday, December 12th

Students who can’t attend Interest Meetings can stop by Mrs. Whalen’s Office in the CHS Counseling Corner or Collegium Middle School’s Counseling Office to talk about the AP Courses and pick up Applications. An Application must be completed for each AP Course students wish to take.

Important reminders about AP Course eligibility and Applications:

  • To be considered for AP Courses, students must have completed the PSAT and have at least 90% in their current College Prep course or 85% in their current Honors course.
  • A separate AP Course Application must be submitted to each subject area teacher (current) for any subject a student wishes to pursue next school year through an AP Course.
  • Before students submit their AP Course Applications to their current subject area teachers, Section 1 of the Application must be completed, and the Application must be signed by a parent/guardian.

Please contact your child’s School Counselor with questions or visit the CHS Counseling Department’s website using the button below for more information on CHS AP Courses.

From Our Home & School Association

Serving in a capacity similar to a Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) or Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO), our Home & School Association (HSA) owes its success to the efforts of our many parent/guardian, teacher, and staff volunteers! Proceeds from HSA fundraisers and activities help fund CCS education and operations. Questions? Email our HSA Officers using the button below.

Five Below Holiday Fundraiser

Holiday shopping is upon us! approaching! Shop at Five Below's Downingtown location (next to Wegman's) until Saturday, December 14th, and Five Below will donate 10% of your purchases to the HSA. As with all HSA fundraisers, the HSA will use the proceeds of this Five Below Fundraising Shopping Event to support CCS activities and classrooms.

How does it work? Simply access the Five Below Fundraising Shopping Event flyer at the button below and show it to your Five Below Cashier at checkout. You can either print out the flyer or display it on your smartphone. Helping our HSA earn money for CCS couldn't be easier!

We appreciate your support of our efforts very much. Email HSA Officers with questions about this fundraiser or other HSA activities.

Obtaining Approval For Planned Absences

Will your child be absent from school because your family is taking a trip, visiting relatives, or scheduling college visits? Students may be excused from school for up to five (5) days for planned absences provided approval for the absences is obtained at least two weeks in advance from your building Principal.

To request approval, please submit a completed Request for Approval of Planned Absence Form to your building Principal at least ten (10) days prior to the first date of absence. Requests received after the absence has occurred will not be considered. The Request for Approval of Planned Absence Form is accessible at the button below.

If you have questions regarding this Form or the submission process, use the button provided to email CCS’s Attendance Office. Questions regarding decisions should be directed to your building Principal.

Nominations Open For Citadel's 2020 Heart Of Learning Award

For 19 years, Citadel has honored and recognized Chester County’s most extraordinary teachers based on nominations from students, parents/guardians, and community members.

If there are CCS Teachers you feel go above and beyond inside and outside of the classroom, please nominate them for this prestigious award! Citadel’s Heart of Learning Award Nomination Form is available at the button below. Nominations will be accepted through Tuesday, December 31, 2019.

Citadel receives and reviews thousands of nominations each year from which 15 finalists, and then three overall Heart of Learning Award winners, are selected. All 15 finalists are honored at Citadel’s annual Heart of Learning Award Banquet and receive cash prizes to use in their classrooms. Citadel presents the three overall winners with its Heart of Learning Award and $1,500 to use in each of their classrooms.

Ms. Sullivan's Kindergarten Class celebrating her 2018-2019 nomination as a Citadel Heart of Learning Award finalist.

Citadel also tracks the total number of nominations received by school and awards cash prizes to the three schools with the most nominations.

Watch the video below, "2019 Citadel #HeartofLearning Award: You Are A Superhero,” to learn about last year's Heart of Learning Award finalists. Our own Caitlin Sullivan is featured several times in the video, along with her students. Ms. Sullivan taught Kindergarten in our 150 Building before becoming a Math Specialist this year.

Employment Opportunities At CCS

Would you like to earn extra money, work in a fun environment, and make a difference for students and our school? We currently have a few Instructional Assistant and Food Service Assistant positions available that might fit your interests and availability.

Food Service Assistants

At CCS, our Food Service Assistants:

  • Offer part-time, daytime hours (shifts are approximately 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM)
  • Are responsible for breakfast and lunch preparation and service
  • Include helping with clean-up and sanitation of food service areas
  • Involve other tasks that contribute to efficient and tasty Food Service at CCS.

Instructional Assistants

CCS’s Instructional Assistants assist classroom teachers with:

  • Small-group or individual instruction
  • Essential classroom and classroom-related tasks
  • Supervision of students
  • Numerous other tasks that help the classroom run well.

We have both full- and part-time Instructional Assistant positions available. The part-time positions are perfect for students still taking teaching program classes who want to gain experience in the field.

Please use the button below to access CCS’s Employment Page if you or someone you know is interested in pursuing these opportunities! Thank you.

Tip Resources From The West Whiteland Police Department

Collegium maintains a strong and trusting partnership with the West Whiteland Police Department (WWPD). Together, we encourage all Collegium students, staff, and parents/guardians to contact the WWPD with any information they feel should be investigated.

The WWPD has a dedicated email address and phone number for the public to provide information quickly and directly to the WWPD.

The email address and phone line above are monitored by the WWPD Criminal Investigation Unit. If you have information about suspected criminal activity, we encourage you to contact the WWPD using the email address, or by leaving a voicemail message on the WWPD Tip Line. Everyone utilizing the phone number or email address can remain anonymous if they wish.

If your concerns are specific to the Collegium campus, please also contact your Building Principal(s):

Collegium's Main Number


Extensions For Our Buildings' Main Offices

  • 150 Building: Ext. 6811
  • 435 Building: Ext. 6002
  • 468 Building: Ext. 6401
  • 486 Building: Ext. 6501
  • 500 Building: Ext. 6106
  • 515 Building (HS): Ext. 6300
  • 535 Building (MS): Ext. 6602

Collegium reserves the right to edit submissions and deny material for submission if it is deemed to be inappropriate or of little or no interest to CCS families.