Back-to-School Information

Welcome to the Collegiate community!

We are so excited to welcome everyone to campus in August for the start of the 2020-21 school year. Before the new year officially kicks off, please find below various checklists to prepare your student for school as well as information about the upcoming back-to-school events.

2020-2021 School Supply Lists

Prepackaged School Supplies

Our school is participating in a school supplies program with Yubbler again this year. When you purchase your school supplies on, our school will receive 50% of the profits!

  • One-click ordering makes back-to-school shopping simple!
  • All lists are teacher approved.
  • Parents can customize orders (buy only what you need).
  • Quality, name-brand products you trust.
  • Low prices and next-day shipping to your home.
  • The school gets half the profits!

Please consider donating during checkout to help students in need with their school supply kits. Click here to order your school supplies.

Junior Kindergarten
First Grade
Second Grade
Third Grade
Fourth Grade
Middle School
Upper School

Please contact your Division Head with any questions:
Lower School – Dr. Tiffany Bridgewater,
Middle School – Lisa Riker,
Upper School – Alexandra Sencer,


Summer Reading & Summer Math

Click here to access the Summer Reading Expectations for each grade level.

Contacts for Summer Reading Questions:
Dr. Tiffany Bridgewater (Lower School)
Head of Lower School,

Clay Gahan (6th-12th Grade)
English Department Chair,

Click here to access the Summer Math for Lower School.

Contact for Summer Math Questions and Recommendations:
Kat Crawford
Math Department Chair,

Important Upcoming Dates:

Please contact Muffy Sattich, Assistant Director of Admission, with any questions at or 502.479.0395.


New Parent Orientation
Thursday, August 13, 2020, 6:00 p.m.
Zoom Meeting

First Day of School – Virtual Learning
Tuesday, August 18


Athletic Team Start Dates:

Please contact Paul Augustus, Director of Athletics, Grades 5-12, at with any questions.

Below are the tentative start dates for the fall season.

Upper School (Grades 9-12)
Boys & Girls Cross Country: August 24
Field Hockey: August 24
Boys Golf: July 20
Girls Golf: July 27
Boys & Girls Soccer: August 24

Middle School (Grades 5-8)
Cross Country: August 24
Field Hockey: August 24
Golf (Grades 6-8): August 10
Soccer: August 24


School uniform items may be purchased at the Glenmary Shop, Lands’ End, and at Shaheen’s Department Store. The Glenmary Shop carries Collegiate specific uniform apparel (excluding kilts, skorts, and jumpers), in addition to a wide variety of Collegiate branded apparel and items. Managed by the Collegiate Alumni Association, the Glenmary Shop is located inside the Mary Rodes Lannert Athletic Center next to the snack bar. Official Collegiate Polo shirts with school insignia can be purchased through the Glenmary Shop, Lands’ End and/or Shaheen’s. Other items such as blouses, pants, and shorts, may be purchased at local retailers. The Glenmary Shop remains the only retail store that gives all profits to Louisville Collegiate School. Click here for the dress code policy.

Due to Covid-19, the Glenmary Shop will be open by appointment only until further notice. Please contact Kyle Manning ’04 to schedule an appointment.

health services

Louisville Collegiate School is proud to have a full-time school nurse on campus. You can read more about our Health Center and “Meet” Nurse Sartin here

All Collegiate families must complete Emergency Care, Health and Athletic forms online via the Magnus Health portal. Please log in to the myCollegiate parent portal in order to access all forms and complete the requested requirements via the Magnus Health Link. Please upload/scan/fax/mail these forms to your student’s Magnus Health Student Medical Record prior to August 5th and please do not send forms to school.

Frequently Asked Parent Questions

The first day of school for all students is August 18, 2020.
Click here to view the 2020-21 school year calendar.
8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Extended Day begins at 3:00 p.m. and goes until 6:00 p.m. for Junior Kindergarten – Grade 5.
We also offer after-school exploreCollegiate enrichment classes for students in Lower School. Click here to learn more.
For information on the Middle School homework club, please contact John Miller at
All sports physicals and health forms are due before the first day of practice for fall sports and/or by August 5.
Every year before the new school year starts, student health forms must be reviewed and completed. Since some forms require a physician’s signature, we recommend you start early! These are necessary for the safety and security of our students.
Click here to upload health forms.
Collegiate believes that uniform dress promotes respect for the importance of education, builds a sense of school pride and community, and encourages students to appreciate the talents of others as distinguished from their style of dress. The dress code is designed to be comfortable and affordable.
No hats, scarves, bandannas, cargo pants, denim clothing, or legwarmers are to be worn in the classroom. Hair and jewelry must be appropriate for the academic environment, as discerned by the division head and/or dean of students. Collegiate students may not wear any clothing that is torn or excessively worn.
Click here for the Collegiate dress code policy.

Due to Covid-19, the Glenmary Shop will be open by appointment only until further notice. Please contact Kyle Manning ’04 to schedule an appointment.

Yes! Tuition can be paid online. Click here to pay your tuition online.
For billing questions, please contact Debi Ballard, Student Billing & Accounting Manager, at or 502.479.0354. 
Every Collegiate parent is a member of the Parents Association (PA)! The organization seeks to promote open communication between the administration, teachers and parents and assist the school in fulfilling its mission. The PA meets regularly throughout the school year.
The PA organizes a number of activities throughout the year and relies on parents to volunteer their time and talents (often in the form of baking skills). You are the key to the success of these events. Please consider getting involved and asking your fellow parent friends to volunteer. Click here to volunteer!