A school where yankees from up north with no Suthern family go. They are part of the new money community. This means there grandparents were on crack even St Chrisers are better than them cuz they have confederate connections and even Steward kicks their ass cus even we don'come all from up North, we know where we belong. Why do stewys go there, they arnt real stewys, theyre Yankees
Coligate 1 (in a yankee accent): My Mom drives a Suburban
Coligate 2 (similar accent): mine too
Coligate 3 (an even worse accent): same here
Coligate 4 (Boston accent): Mine too
Oka "Southrn Prepy Pimp", first of all you didn't even spell the name of the school you were dissing correctly - Colligate is the name of a toothpaste brand. The school you are refering to is spelled C-o-l-l-e-g-i-a-t-e. The official name is The Collegiate College Prepatory School. So where did you get the idea that Collegiate is a yankee school built on new money? Collegiate was founded in 1915 and is known throughout the Richmond area for being built on old, southern money and old, southern families. Most of the students that attend The Collegiate College Prepatory School are "chips off the old block" - meaning that their family have been going to Collegiate for several generations. There are some students from north of the Mason Dixon line, but they usually convert to being a "good ole southerner" by the time they graduate. Perhaps you are getting Collegiate and Steward mixed up. My advice to you is that you get your facts right - Steward has never "kicked our ass" before, and we are certainly not a "new money community" - not that it would really matter if we were. Collegiate has a great academics program, and if you want to argue that, look at the stats. - in 2004 21 Collegiate graduates out of 120 seniors went to UVA (which is a good University and really hard to get into), 2 went to Harvard, 3 to Princeton, 5 to Yale, several went to Brown, there were a bunch that went to Duke and William and Mary ... just to name a few. These are some great Colleges, and this years...more...