Alumni News

List of 13 news stories.

  • Gordon England speaks to Norfolk Collegiate middle and upper school students during the 2022 Middle & Upper School Veterans Day Program on Nov. 10, 2022.

    Former Deputy Secretary of Defense Gordon England Speaks at Veterans Day Program

    Middle and upper school students and Norfolk Collegiate faculty, staff and families came together for the annual Middle and Upper School Veterans Day Program on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2022. The student-run program, hosted by the Future Military Leaders Club, welcomed former Deputy Secretary of Defense the Honorable Mr. Gordon England as the event’s keynote speaker. England, also grandfather to Allison W. ’23, also served as the Secretary of the Navy and the first Deputy Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. 

    “Today, we recognize the contribution and service of those in our community who have served our nation in uniform…We recognize the very unique role that the Armed Services play here in the Hampton Roads community,” said Head of School Scott Kennedy during his opening remarks. “We are all connected to the men and women who serve here…Understanding the purpose of this commemoration binds us together, as a school, a community and as a nation. At Collegiate, we are deeply committed to the military community.”
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  • Hannah Sacks '13

    Hannah Sacks '13

    Hannah Sacks ’13 graduated from Eastern Virginia Medical School with her physician assistant-certified degree.
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  • Maggie Campbell '22

    Maggie Campbell '22

    Congratulations, Maggie C. '22 🎉🐙🐠
    Maggie was selected as 1 of 5 National Ocean Sciences Bowl 2022 Scholars!!!
    Why is this so awesome!?
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  • Richard '06 & Katherine Farrell Griffin '07

    Richard '06 & Katherine Farrell Griffin '07

    Katherine will soon graduate from Virginia Commonwealth University’s St. Francis Family Medicine Residency and her husband, Richard Griffin '06 serves as a member of the Newport News Fire Department’s technical rescue team. 
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  • Claire Renn '09

    Claire recently started working at The Fletcher School in Charlotte, North Carolina. 
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  • Michelle Meadows King '08

    Michelle accepted a job at Workday as a senior global integrated marketing manager.
  • Bailey Jones '16

    Bailey earned her master’s in forensic science from Virginia Commonwealth University.
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  • Chris Klevan '08

    Congratulations, Chris Klevan '08 on being named Sail1Design's 2022 Coach of the Year! 
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  • Emily Cole '14

    Emily graduated from the Physician Assistant Program at Wake Forest University School of Medicine.
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  • Josh Reed '20

    Josh recently attended the opening for Call Sign Romeo in which he plays wrestler Zachary Phillips.
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  • PK Dawson '17

    Congratulations, PK Dawson ’17! PK graduated Magna Cum Laude from Virginia Tech with dual undergraduate degrees in management human resources and marketing management with a minor in Japanese studies!
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  • Thanks to the generosity of the Franklin family, Norfolk Collegiate students were surprised with two new 24-passenger vans.

    Franklin Family Surprises Students with New Buses

    Students, faculty and staff were surprised with two new buses today in a special outdoor pep rally! The buses were made possible due to the generosity of the Franklin family. 

    Members of the Franklin family—Wendell and Martha Franklin, and Taylor ’00, Emily and their children, Caymus ’27, Colgin ’29 and Charlotte ’32—unveiled the buses to our lower school students before having the fall varsity captains help surprise our middle and upper school students. 

    The two buses, which were wrapped using a Collegiate-inspired design from Emily Franklin, will take our Oaks to athletic competitions and on field trips in comfort and style. The buses each seat 24 people comfortably with room overhead for gear and a flatscreen panel to entertain students during long trips.
  • Evan Benedict '04, English teacher and alumnus, recently had his poem, “Seven Ways of Being Open,” published in “Silver Rose Magazine” and “Wild Roof Journal.”

    Benedict's '04 Work Published in Literary Magazines

    English Teacher Evan Benedict ’04 had a goal: To get 100 rejections.

    Yet, that was only a piece of his journey. He was on a mission to have his poetry published. His poem, “Seven Ways of Being Open,” was recently published in “Silver Rose Magazine” and “Wild Roof Journal.”
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