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2021

  • A group of seventh and eighth grade Norfolk Collegiate students participated in the inaugural Hampton Roads Prejudice Awareness Summit.

    Students participate in inaugural Hampton Roads Prejudice Awareness Summit

    A group of seventh and eighth grade students participated in the inaugural Hampton Roads Prejudice Awareness Summit. The virtual summit was presented by the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities (VCIC), with whom Collegiate has partnered for diversity, equity, inclusion and justice (DEIJ) work since 2012.
    The intensive day-long workshop was designed for middle school students in Hampton Roads and incudes to a year of programming designed to increase awareness, knowledge and acceptance of differences.

    Students Sarah B. ’25, Hailey G. ’26, Charlotte H. ’26, Natalie K. ’26, David S. ’26, Joshua T. ’26 and Martin T. ’25 participated in the inaugural event.
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  • Norfolk Collegiate students— Veronica G. ’21, Kendra H. ’21, Abby S. ’22, Maggie C. ’22 and Logan R. ’23—competed in the 24th annual Blue Crab Bowl in February.

    Students participate in 24th annual Blue Crab Bowl

    Upper school students— Veronica G. ’21, Kendra H. ’21, Abby S. ’22, Maggie C. ’22 and Logan R. ’23—competed in the 24th annual Blue Crab Bowl in February. The bowl, which was held virtually due to the pandemic, is Virginia’s regional competition of the National Ocean Science Bowl©, an annual competition that tests their knowledge of our oceans.  
     
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  • Hailey '26 hosts drive for Tidewater Friends of Foster Care

    Hailey G. ’26 is on a mission…to collect items for the Tidewater Friends of Foster Care through a drive. Thanks to the generosity of Collegiate middle school families and her neighborhood, she is well on her way to completing it!
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  • Alvin Irby is a former Kindergarten teacher turned award-winning social entrepreneur, comedian and author who will be speaking to students as the keynote for Norfolk Collegiate's 2021 LEAP Term. He will also present

    Alvin Irby to kick-off 2021 LEAP Term

    Alvin Irby’s TED Talk "How to inspire every child to be a lifelonger reader" has been viewed over 1 million times.

    He’s a published author and founder of Barbershop Books, a literacy program creating child-friendly reading spaces in barbershops while also providing early literacy training to barbers.

    His work connecting reading to male-centered spaces and involving men in boys’ early reading experiences earned him the National Book Foundation’s 2017 Innovations in Reading Prize.

    And on March 1, Irby will be kicking off Norfolk Collegiate’s second annual LEAP Term as keynote speaker to upper school students. Following his work with our students, he will present “An evening with Alvin Irby” at 6 p.m. where he will have parents laughing and engaging with their children in new, inspiring ways.
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  • LEGO Robotics Team Advances to State Competition

    Norfolk Collegiate’s middle school LEGO Robotics Team did it again! The team took first place in robot design and second place in robot performance in the FIRST LEGO League (FLL) regional competition on Jan. 23. Now they advance to the state tournament from Feb. 27-28.

    The team, composed of Donavan B. ’26, Luke H. ’26, Jake H. ’26, Parker H. ’25, Austin H. ’25, Natalie K. ’26 and Bethuel T. ’27 and mentored by Colin M. ’25, coached by Skip Morrow and faculty member Ellen Alt, blew away the judges with their design and project in the virtual competition. 
     
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  • Natalia, Aria advance to regional Poetry Out Loud Competition

    This year’s schoolwide Poetry Out Loud contest saw junior Aria L. ’22 compete against freshman Natalia C. ’24 for the title of school champion and the opportunity to compete in the regional competition in February.
     
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  • Bethuel '27 took second place in Norfolk Collegiate's middle school spelling bee in January 2021.

    Carmen '25 advances to Virginia Media/WHRO Public Media Spelling Bee

    As with most things in 2020-21, this year’s middle school spelling bee gave our students a chance to show their prowess in the virtual arena. Twenty-two of Norfolk Collegiate’s Grades 6, 7 and 8 students participated in the annual spelling bee this month using the bee’s new online testing platform. Through the online system, virtual and in-person learners were able to participate in the bee as long as they had a web-compatible device. 
     
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  • Students set to compete in FIRST LEGO League regional tournament

    Middle school students Donavan Baker ’26, Luke Hahne ’26, Jake Householder ’26, Parker Howlett ’25, Austin Hrisko ’25, Natalie Kraus ’26 and Bethuel Terefe ’27 have been hard at work afterschool and during weekends practicing in preparation for tomorrow’s regional FIRST LEGO League tournament. 
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  • Austin '25 read “I am Hermes! Mischief-Making Messenger of the Gods” by Mordicai Gerstein for this year's Robert S. Sergeant Independent Schools Forensics League Tournament Upper Division.. 

    Students place in Forensics Competition

    Fielding a team for this year’s Robert S. Sergeant Independent Schools Forensics League Tournament Upper Division wasn’t easy, but it was worth the practice and dedication. The annual competition with students from Cape Henry Collegiate, Nansemond-Suffolk Academy, Virginia Beach Friends School, The Williams School and Norfolk Collegiate is held in the winter for students in Grades 7-8 and in the spring for students in Grades 4-6.
     
    As like with many things, COVID-19 changed the look and feel of the competition; however, seven students rose to the challenge, including Austin Hrisko '25 and Evan Wallach '25 who took home wins– Austin taking third place in Boys Storytelling and Evan taking third place in Boys Prose. 
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  • Nora is part of the Norfolk Collegiate’s Run Club, which Coach Luke Reilly started at the beginning of the school year to encourage middle school students to stretch their legs and run 100 miles during physical education classes throughout the year.  Nora is topping the division and just shy of 50 miles!

    Nora '26 first Run Club participant to hit 50 miles

    If you asked Nora ’26 last year how she would feel about being in a running club, she would have laughed.

    This year, the seventh grader would be over the moon!

    Nora is part of the Norfolk Collegiate’s Run Club, which Coach Luke Reilly started at the beginning of the school year to encourage middle school students to stretch their legs and run 100 miles during physical education classes throughout the year.
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