On December 16, 2022, a snowy morning in New York City, the Collegiate community gathered at The Church of St. Paul the Apostle for the first time since before the COVID-19 pandemic began. Students in grades Kindergarten through 12 delighted parents, faculty and staff, and other members of the community with seasonal songs, performances, and readings. The Collegiate Orchestra, Upper School Chorus, Middle School Chorus, the UnDutchables, and each grade in the Lower School showcased their artistic talents. Speakers included faculty members as well as Vikrant Sapra ‘28, Adam Sam ‘29, Aiyan Alivhai, ‘30, Alexander Goldin ‘23, and Kavi Tiwary ‘27, who gave readings. David Lourie, Head of School, encouraged the Collegiate community to use the Winter Break as a time to rest and recharge for the coming year. Over one thousand people attended the Winter Program and everyone left feeling inspired and ready for the time off.
2022 Winter Program Returns In-Person