News & Notes

  • CCS Uniform Policy Reminder: During its Thursday, May 16th, Regular Public Meeting, the CCS Board of Trustees voted in favor of changing the CCS Uniform Policy at our Middle and High Schools. Beginning with the 2019-2020 school year, students in 7th and 9th Grades are no longer allowed to wear a hooded CCS sweatshirt. More information is included in our May 20, 2019 and May 27, 2019 Newsletters.
  • Collegium Newsletter: August 19, 2019. Access our Newsletter content by scrolling through to the end, just like you would for popular social media feeds and timelines. Access Newsletter Archive
  • CCS New Family Orientation Video: We’ve prepared a special New Family Orientation video that addresses important topics like Attendance, Uniforms, Food Service, Arrival/Dismissal Procedures, and more! Our video is about 20 minutes long and includes helpful information for all new CCS families, and especially for those with children in Kindergarten through 6th Grade.
  • Additional School Year Resources: As part of the annual Student Data Verification process, families can also access Additional School Year Resources like our Academic Handbooks, helpful information from our School Nurses, Food Service details, and much more.
  • Summer Information Packet: CCS now uses PowerSchool for our Student Data Verification process. While families received related instructions and information in the mail, the majority of information is accessible via PowerSchool, only. Please take this time to make sure that your PowerSchool login is working correctly. Need help accessing your account? Email our PowerSchool Administrator.
  • K-12 School Supply Lists: Collegium uses to organize and share 2019-2020 school supply lists for grades K-12. Lists are no longer specific to each teacher; instead, generic lists are now available for our 150 Building (Grades K-4), 468/486 Building (Grades K-4), 500 Building (Grades 5 and 6), 535 Building (Grades 7 and 8), and 515 Building (Grades 9-12).
  • 2019-2020 Child Care and Bus Transportation Information: Will your child need transportation next school year to and/or from a day care center or babysitter within the Downingtown, West Chester, or Coatesville School Districts? Families who need alternate bus arrangements—like those for day care centers, babysitters, or bus stops other than your home—must complete a new Child Care Form each year. Questions? Email our Transportation Department or call directly via 610-903-6375.
  • CCS Digital Resources: Collegium uses Google Drive links via G Suite (formerly Google Apps for Education) to share digital resources. Some businesses and private networks may block access to Google Drive links. If you are unable to access our digital resources at work or on a private network, please access the resources on personal devices and/or home networks.
  • Emergency Closings: For more information about emergency and weather-related late openings and closings, please review the Emergency Closing Procedures.

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CCS New Family Orientation (2019-2020)

CCS New Family Orientation (2019-2020)

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CCS Typical Kindergarten Day

CCS Typical Kindergarten Day

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Meet Our New 468/486 Building Principal

Meet Our New 468/486 Building Principal

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What is Collegium Charter School?

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