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    Greetings  Parents!

     

    As the school year begins to wind down we encourage you to continue to stay academically mindful.  The opportunity to learn something new happens on a daily basic and you are invited to share that experience with us.

    If you have not completed the re-enrollment packet, please complete it so you can be ready for the first day of school. Along with the re-enrollment packet, bring proof or residence(lease contract, mortgage statement, county taxes), 1 utility bill and identification. If you have any questions please contact the school office at 409-761-6100, office hours 8am-4pm. 

    2018-2019  FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL: MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 2018

     

    Mission Statement

    The mission of Collegiate Academy is to embrace a diverse group of students and change their futures one mind at a time. The goal is to prepare students for college courses by utilizing a common instructional framework in grades 5-8, achieving a high school diploma and attaining the maximum number of college credit hours towards a degree. CA is dedicated to helping young people achieve an education and the experiences needed to be successful in life.

    Our Vision

    The vision of CA is for all stakeholders to work collaboratively to create quality, respectful members of an ever changing society with a focus on rigor, relevant instruction and healthy relationships to produce life-long learners.



    Scotty Goes Magnet

     

     Scotty Goes Magnet Making Tracks in Galveston

    Scotty is debuting his 4th book, "Scotty Goes Magnet: Making Tracks in Galveston" which features every school in GISD.  Students in every art class in Galveston ISD worked together with Collegiate Academy's art teacher, Leslie Brown, to create this book.  Over 1000 students worked together to paint 30 paintings which will hang in the Administration building and later at the new campus for Scott at Stewart Road. Books can be ordered from the link below.  Scott art students can paint custom paintings and we have 3 other books for sale. 

    Buy HERE 

     


    Reminders:

    Registration must be completed before a student will be scheduled.

    Please confirm your child's bus route, money in the cafeteria account, school supply list, and summer reading with the appropriate people and/or office.


    School Start and End Times:
    Students must be in the Cafeteria by 7:45 am.
    The official attendance time is 9:45 am.
    The schoolday ends at 4:00 pm.

    Dress Code/Personal Appearance

    Collegiate Academy at Weis Dress Code is established to teach grooming, hygiene, instill discipline and modesty, prevent disruption, avoid safety hazards, teach respect, and prepare our students for the future. To maintain high standards in health and safety for all our students, we request that all students focus on personal cleanliness and their overall personal appearance.

    Tops/Jackets: Polo-style shirts with collars (long sleeves or short sleeves), school spirit T-shirts, college T-shirts. Oversized shirts will not be allowed.

    Color of polo-style shirts/school spirit shirts/jackets by grade level:

    • 5th grade College Prep – black shirt
    • 6th grade – royal blue shirt
    • 7th grade – white shirt
    • 8th grade – Ball High purple or light gray

    Visible undershirts: must be white or match the color of the uniform shirt.  

    Bottoms: Khaki pants, capris or shorts must be sized appropriately at the child’s waist and must be no shorter than 2 inches above the knee.  Gym shorts or other type of athletic shorts will not be permitted to be worn underneath shorts or long pants.

    Shoes: Students are required to wear closed toed shoes with a back for their own safety while in the building. In addition, students are required to wear no-marking soles to protect our school’s floor.

    The Collegiate Academy at Weis dress code prohibits:

    • caps, hats, scarves or sunglasses;
    • sandals, shower shoes, flip flops and slippers;
    • visible body piercing other than a student’s ears;
    • sunglasses in the building (prescriptive glasses are allowed);
    • short shorts 
    • tank tops, halters, strapless garments and clothes that expose the midriff, underarm, or cleavage;
    • inappropriate logos, emblems or decorations;
    • gym shorts or other athletic shorts worn under shorts or pants

    Spirit Fridays: Students have the option of wearing jeans without holes or frays with a Collegiate Academy at Weis School t-shirt or a college t-shirt on Fridays.

    Students who wear clothing that disrupts the learning environment may be sent home to change into appropriate school apparel. The faculty and staff of CA reserves the sole right to interpret and enforce the student dress code.