Category Archives: Lower School

News from the Lower School

Kindergarten Field Trip: Carter Mountain

By Jake Darling On what was described as a cold, wet, and rainy day, Collegiate kindergarteners took their first field trip. At…

An Overview of Music Education at Collegiate

By Zach Bostic Unbeknownst to the public, Collegiate kindergartners can, in fact, pronounce “Glockenspiel”—a small percussion instrument comprised of metal bars that…

Capstones: A New Era at Collegiate

The class of 2017 will be the last class to have Senior Projects in their current form. These projects are meant to give…

The Kindergarten Life

What’s going on in the kindergarten world? On Friday, March 17, I visited the kindergarten classrooms of Molly Revere & Aster Kidane (my…

Joey’s Pizza

As I walk into the Junior Kindergarten “Maple” room (Luck Hall 100) I am greeted by a flurry of five highly energetic,…

A Glimpse Into Dana Dumont’s Lower School Morning Art

As I walked down to the Lower School to observe art teacher & Visual Arts Department Chair Dana Dumont’s morning art class,…

Lower School Tackles Food Waste Problem

Last spring, students in Katie Musick’s third grade class discovered an article about food waste in a Time for Kids Magazine that…

Recess at Collegiate

Editors’ Note: The opinions published by The Match are solely those of the authors, and not of the entire publication, its staff,…

VolleyPAWS

Former Collegiate parent Kathy Wrenn has many job titles within Collegiate. She is the School wellness coordinator and a Middle School physical education…

Nour International and Collegiate: Global Education in the Lower School

A global education is becoming more valued in today’s schools. With technology advancing at such a rapid pace, international communication is growing…