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Louisville Collegiate School


By timoarroz - Posted on 20 January 2011

Web Address:
http://www.loucol.com

Directions:
Louisville Collegiate
Take I-64 to Grinstead Drive and exit.
Proceed west on Grinstead to Glenmary Avenue (through traffic lights at
Lexington Road and at Cherokee Parkway).
Turn left onto Glenmary Avenue (the first street after Cherokee Parkway).
The school is located along the second block of Glenmary on the right.
Park in the Circle Drive at 2427 Glenmary Ave.

Headmaster:
Dr. James Calleroz White

Associate Head of School and
Director of Admission:
 
Tracie Catlett
502-479-0395
tcatlett@loucol.com

General Admission Inquiries:
admission@loucol.com

Type of School:
JK - 12th grade
Academic Overview:
Within the intimate environment of our independent day school, teachers and students, together, turn the ordinary into the extraordinary.
An exceptional faculty provides the catalyst for Collegiate’s reputation of academic excellence, and for a strong sense of community on campus.
Collegiate goes beyond core academic criteria in order to strengthen the mind, body, and spirit. A challenging college preparatory curriculum is infused with artistic, athletic, community service and leadership components to foster personal growth and to maximize individual potential.
Ultimately, Collegiate’s unique environment is built upon powerful and inspiring relationships between caring and dedicated faculty members and a talented and motivated student body. Collegiate’s faculty is committed to seeing that all students receive the personal attention to both challenge and support development of the mind, body and spirit. Faculty members wear many hats in their work with students: teaching, coaching sports, directing clubs, organizing activities, and otherwise helping to provide guidance and mentoring to Collegiate students along their academic journey.
Mission Statement:
Louisville Collegiate School inspires academic excellence, extraordinary character, and global citizenship.
Vision:
Louisville Collegiate School distinguishes itself as a preeminent college
preparatory institution that instills its students with a lifetime
commitment to learning, extraordinary character, and the confidence to
excel in both global and local communities.
Louisville Collegiate School’s core principles
guide our community and its programs, initiatives, and distinctive
culture:
Core Principles:

  • Commitment to achieve academic and personal excellence
  • Determination to fulfill individual potential
  • Creativity and independent thought
  • Adaptability to change
  • Balance in development of mind, body and spirit
  • Respect for each individual
  • Support for each member of the school family
  • Celebration of differences
  • Self-discipline in all actions
  • Understanding of our global community
  • Courage in the responsible exercise of freedoms
  • Participation in civic life and community leadership
  • General Information:
    Established in 1915 as a day school with college preparatory standards,
    Collegiate was the first school of its kind in Kentucky.
    Although initially the primary grades were coed, the school remained
    predominantly a school for girls until 1972, when the Board of Trustees
    charted a bold new course to gradually expand to a fully coed school which
    would graduate its first class in 1987.