News & Notes

  • Honoring Our Seniors on Social Media: Collegium’s Facebook page is featuring six posts every weekday to honor our individual 2019-2020 Graduates. The posts will continue through Tuesday, June 9th. Everyone is encouraged to “Like,” “Share,” and “Comment” on every post to offer your warmest wishes and heartfelt support to our Class of 2020 Graduates!
  • Collegium’s High School Ranked: As reported by U.S. News’ Best High Schools, Collegium Charter School is ranked 194th out of Pennsylvania’s 754 high schools. To see comparative details, we are also providing the full list of PA high school rankings.
  • Right-to-Know Requests: Right-to-Know (RTK) requestors will be urged to not file any new RTK requests currently, as inspecting records will be difficult for agencies. Due to compliance with the Governor’s Order, there are no “business days” per Pennsylvania’s RTK law timelines and does not count towards the five business days under Section 901 of the RTK Law. Thus, Collegium Charter School (“Collegium”) will not fulfill any RTK requests until the Governor’s Order is lifted. An automatic email reply will be generated from Collegium’s RTK email address to indicate such to any requestor.
  • Remote Learning Guidelines: The goal of CCS’s Continuity of Education Plan is to help ensure that CCS continues to meet the educational needs of all students during this prolonged school closure. We’ve developed guidelines on remote learning for K-6 Elementary Students, 7/8 Middle School Students, and 9-12 High School Students. Our Building Principals are available to assist with specific questions about your children and families.
  • K-12 Learning Resources Now Available: Using the links below, CCS families are encouraged to access each building’s webpage for helpful resources, academic exercises, and learning-based activities. Our shared resources are engaging and manageable for all CCS families, regardless of the varying levels of technology and printing capabilities in your homes. 515 Building (CHS) | 535 Building (CMS) | 500 Building | 468/486 Building | 150 Building
  • COVID-19 Webpage: Collegium has created a COVID-19 webpage where we are compiling all of our important messages and available resources. The COVID-19 webpage is updated as soon as possible whenever new information becomes available.
  • 2020-2021 School Year Calendar: CCS’s 2020-2021 School Year Calendar was approved by our Board of Trustees at their Public Board Meeting on January 16, 2020. The Calendar is now available in English and Spanish.
  • 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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On Thursday, April 9th, Governor Wolf announced that “... all schools will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-20 academic year.” Learn More