Approximately 650 boys are enrolled at Collegiate each year. Normally, new students are admitted to the school in Kindergarten and Grades 5, 6, 7, and 9. When openings in enrollment occur in other Lower, Middle, or Upper School grades, they become opportunities for new applicants. Through the eighth grade, the boys are divided into heterogeneously
grouped homerooms. In Grades 5-12, teaching sections vary in size according to the subject being taught.
Collegiate seeks to enroll boys of sound character and educational promise. Much of the strength of Collegiate comes from the diverse backgrounds of its students. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin, sexual orientation, disability, or other legally protected class. A generous financial aid program enables the school to welcome families of various financial resources.
Interviews, tests, school records, and recommendations are used to select students. None of these sources of information is given arbitrary weight by the Admissions Committee. Collegiate looks for students who will profit from its enriched program and who will be able to contribute their own special talents, abilities, imagination, and curiosity to the school community.
The information in the admissions material does not create any contractual obligation and may be changed at any time at the sole discretion of the school. Collegiate reserves the right to make changes affecting admissions policies and procedures, tuition, fees, courses of instruction, programs of study, faculty listing, academic grading policies, and general regulations.