Class of 2016 Celebration
The Collegium Charter School Class of 2016 celebrates their achievements with students from one of our elementary buildings.

Collegium Charter School is a tuition-free, independent K-12 public school offering families a choice for their child's elementary and secondary education.  To learn more about our programs, please review our FAQs
Collegium is located in the Oaklands Corporate Center in Exton, Pennsylvania.   While enrollment is open to any student who resides in Pennsylvania, most Collegium families reside in Chester County - specifically the West Chester, Downingtown and Coatesville school districts.

Dates & Days of the Week

Monday Aug 15 Day 1
Tuesday Aug 16 Day 2
Wednesday Aug 17 Day 3
Thursday Aug 18 Day 4
Friday Aug 19 Day 5
Monday Aug 22 Day 6

News & Notes

  • CCS Newsletter: June 13, 2016. Check out the sneak preview of the new format we'll be using for 2016-2017! Be sure to "scroll down" to see all the content and "appreciate" if you like the new format. 

  • Read-A-Thon Fundraiser Information and Form: Our CCSHSA is sponsoring a new fundraiser this summer…a Read-A-Thon.  The HSA will use the proceeds to benefit their many programs on campus: field trip scholarships, uniform scholarships, teacher supply funds, etc.  Ready to start reading and raising money?  Check out the information and form and get started! 

  • Summer 2016 Reading List

  • May Honor Roll: Congratulations to our hard working students who achieved Honor Roll for the month of May! 

  • Eureka Math Letter for Parents of our K-5 Students

  • Weather-Related Schedule Changes: Our CEO, Dr. Antoinette Rath, shares her video discussing the intricacies of weather-related schedule changes for Collegium:

  • Emergency Closings: For more information about emergency and weather-related late openings and closings, please review the Emergency Closing Procedures.

  • School Performance Profile (SPP): PDE recently released Collegium's SPP for the 2014-2015 school year.  We received the highest rating possible from PDE for our academic growth rates, graduation rates, attendance rates, PSAT participation, Advanced Placement course offerings and participation, and SAT/ACT College Ready Benchmarks. As a reminder, due to changes in the PSSAs in 14-15, only PA schools that have eleventh grade received an SPP Score for 14-15. The indicators of academic achievement are based solely on Keystone Exam scores for our 2014-2015 eleventh grade class (our current seniors). Elementary and middle school student data is not included in the profile. While we still have room to grow in the area of increasing our student achievement percentages, we are very proud of our academic growth rates.