Collegiate is One Hundred and Thirty Four years old, and the harvest it has reaped over the years must be measured not only by the knowledge gained in the classroom, but also by the achievements of its pupils in later life.
Collegiate has always been a place where young women have learned more than just how to pass an examination; it is a place where young minds are served with sincerity and enthusiasm, and where traditional values provide the basis for an outlook, which develops self-reliance, individuality and the ability to succeed in a dynamic, often complex society.
Sport is as much a part of the school as is academic excellence, and the sporting tradition is a proud one. The sporting programme is well catered for, with comprehensive facilities including a fine Gymnasium, an Olympic size Swimming Pool, squash Courts, Tennis Courts and extensive playing fields catering for Hockey and Netball.
Collegiate Girls have excelled on the playing fields and many have brought the School great honour. But it is not only for honour that sport is played. Physical activity is a challenge to young minds and bodies in healthy competition, providing an arena where skills are learned, interests are nurtured and confidence is gained.