Founded in 1915, Louisville Collegiate School is a learning community built on academic excellence. Our JK-12th grade curriculum prepares students for the challenges of a complex world, and to stand out from the crowd with the academic foundations, leadership skills and moral compass necessary for life-long learning, civic involvement and global engagement. The liberal arts focused curriculum is intentional, relevant and transformative.
Small by design, Collegiate’s size offers students opportunities for active participation in the life of the school, the hallmark of our college preparatory program that ignites intellectual engagement, bold leadership and remarkable character. Collegiate students actively engage in classroom discussions, connect with influential adult role-models and develop their many talents within a vibrant extracurricular program of arts, athletics and community service.
Even a school with a long history like Collegiate’s must remain agile and responsive as it prepares students for success and personal fulfillment in an ever-changing, interconnected and multicultural world. We are committed to offering the widest possible accessibility to our JK-12 programs by awarding financial assistance each year in order to attract talented students.
For over a century, young students of promise have been drawn to Collegiate’s beautiful campus in the heart of Louisville’s historic Cherokee Triangle. I invite you to visit Collegiate and experience firsthand the faculty, students and programs that have made this school such a wonderful place for over 100 years.
Dr. James Calleroz White
Head of School