Why Collegiate?

At Louisville Collegiate School, we believe reaching and challenging each student goes beyond conventional methods. Our vibrant learning community exposes students to opportunities and experiences outside the classroom. At Collegiate, our goal is to cultivate each child’s unique potential. Our supportive and inclusive community creates an encouraging backdrop for learning. Want more information about Collegiate? Fill out this quick Online Inquiry and we will get in touch with you soon!


What makes up COLLEGIATE

a look at our school by the numbers


Frequently Asked Questions


Families must complete and submit the Admission Application online. We are requiring applications to be submitted online in keeping with Collegiate’s commitment to sustainability and the ease and reliability of this format. However, if you do not have access to a computer, please contact Muffy Sattich in the Admission office at
For the complete description of tuition and additional fees by grade, visit the Tuition Page.
We accept applications for grades Junior Kindergarten – 12. While most students enter school in the fall, we accept students throughout the year depending on classroom availability.
Please submit our online inquiry form and we will send you more information about upcoming admission events and our school. Additionally, we hope you find this website helpful in learning more about Collegiate.
Yes! Collegiate awards more than $2.9 million in tuition assistance annually to students in grades Kindergarten – 12.
Collegiate is proud of our impressive list of college matriculation, but even more so, of the number and diversity of schools represented. Our College Counseling Office assists each family in finding a good fit for their student at the next level. To see which colleges and universities Collegiate graduates are currently attending, please view our college profile page.
Yes, if your child has been placed on our wait list for a particular academic year, he or she must reapply in any subsequent year, as critical information such as teacher recommendations and test scores must be updated.
Lower School – 16 Students
Middle School – 14 Students
Upper School – 13 Students




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