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In light of the recent and unexpected changes our school has seen due to Covid-19, this is a time for Collegium High School (CHS) to shine! The safety and health of our students and staff remains our priority, leading to difficult, yet necessary decisions. During the time of our school closure, the high school staff is fully dedicated to providing support and guidance for all high school students and families. Students have access to Google Classrooms for each of their courses where staff have provided review and enrichment activities and assignments for students to complete. We strive for our students to remain academically engaged, keeping their minds sharp for when we return to school. At this time, all work provided is voluntary and will not be graded. Completed assignments can be submitted to teachers for feedback, however they will not be graded nor have any effect on a student’s course grade.

We have created a document containing useful links for this time of online learning. This document will be continually updated with additional information/links throughout the time of our school closure. Links include information on Keystone tests, AP classes and exams, Google Classroom tutorials, and other sources of online support/information. Please also look for invitations to Zoom meetings with teachers and administrators to stay connected and to have a platform for rich discussion.

The staff of our high school is ready and willing to do all we can for our students and their families! We are all accessible through email and will be quick to respond to any questions. The current situation poses some hurdles on our path to educating our students, however, in working with our staff, students, and families, we will find ways to thrive!

Students and families should continue to closely monitor your email as important updates and information will be shared as it is gathered. The strength of the CCS community will overcome any hurdle on our mutual path to student success!

Stay safe and healthy!

Dr. O’Brien, Mr. Dryburgh, and Mr. Testa


Grades 9-12

515 James Hance Court
Exton, PA 19341
Phone: 610-903-1300, ext. 6300
Fax: 610-903-1317
Office Hours: 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM. The Office in the 500 Building is open until 6:00 PM.
Academic Day: 7:30am to 3:00pm
Summer Hours: Closed, the 435 Building is open in the Summer.

Principal: Dr. Pat O’Brien (Center in Photo)
Assistant Principal(s): Mr. Graham Dryburgh (Left in Photo) and Mr. Carlo Testa (Right in Photo)
Main Office Email Address: CHSOffice@ccs.us

CHS Learning Resources

While Collegium remains closed, CHS students and parents/guardians are encouraged to access our list of available resources. Our shared resources are engaging and manageable for all CHS families, regardless of the varying levels of technology and printing capabilities in your homes. Families are also encouraged to continue using email and Google Classroom to connect with CHS faculty/staff.

Questions About Our Resources?

If you have questions about our shared resources, please contact CHS faculty/staff directly.

Visiting Other Websites

From our website, you can visit other websites by following hyperlinks to these sites. While we strive to provide only links to useful and ethical websites, we have no control over the content and nature of these sites and the links to other websites do not imply a recommendation for all the content found on these sites. Also, please be aware that when you leave our website, other sites may have different privacy policies and terms which are beyond our control.

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Collegium Charter School is a tuition-free, independent K-12 public school offering families a choice for their children’s elementary and secondary education. To learn more about our programs, please review our FAQs.

435 Creamery Way, Suite #300
Exton, PA 19341
Phone: 610-903-1300
Fax: 610-903-1317
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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
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