Senior Jake Blieden Vaulted 13-feet-6-inches to Capture the State Title
Congratulations to the Track and Field Team for competing in the State Competition in Lexington on May 28, 2016. Jake Blieden ’16 brought home a state title in the men's pole vault competition with a school record clearance of 13' 6"!
Upper School Students Selected for Governor’s Scholars Program and Governor’s School for the Arts
Congratulations to Townes Good who was selected to attend the Governor's Scholars Program. The Governor's Scholars Program is a summer residential program for rising seniors in Kentucky who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.
Congratulations to Owsley Robinson for being selected to attend the Governor’s School for the Arts in Musical Theatre and Sarah Mutombo for being selected to attend the Governor’s School for the Arts as an alternate in Drama. Governor's School for the Arts (GSA) is a three-week summer program for rising Juniors and Seniors in the state of Kentucky. This year, over 1,700 students applied for 256 positions.
Collegiate ranked #1 private school in the Greater Louisville Math League
Congratulations to the Upper School Math team for finishing second overall and first among private schools in the Greater Louisville Math League. This marks the third straight year Collegiate has finished the season ranked first.
Congratulations to our Middle School students who were recently recognized by Duke TIP. Duke University Talent Identification Program is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving academically gifted and talented youth.
Seven Students Advance to Finals in Chicago for National History Bee
After four rounds of intense buzzer format competitions, seven Collegiate students advanced in the Regional History Bee at Bellarmine University last Saturday and will head to the National History Bee in Chicago, June 9-12, 2016.
Eight Collegiate Students Named Finalist in National Merit Competition
Louisville Collegiate School is proud to announce that the following students were selected as finalists in the National Merit Competition: Lucas Asher, Lee Bradley, Alexander Grove, Aaron Lerner, Nicolas Maloney, Gillian O’Leary, John Steenrod and Coley Sullivan. This represents 14% of the students from the Class of 2016.