We are incredibly appreciative of all our volunteers who go above and beyond to make Collegiate such an incredible place of learning. We invite you to offer your expertise by volunteering your time. 

Please consider the various ways to volunteer your time and talents. For example, we need volunteers for Fall Festival, Room parents, Grade representatives and the Book Fair to name a few. Please enter your contact information on the next page and then select the activities that you are interested in on the following pages.

If you would like more information about the Volunteer Opportunities please contact Tomarra Adams, Volunteer Coordinator, at tomarraa@bellsouth.net.

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Advancement and Admission Office Volunteer Opportunities

List of 8 items.

  • Admission Parent Ambassadors:

    Assist with school tours and special admission events as needed.
  • Corporate Partnership Program:

    Our Corporate Partnership Program allows businesses to enter into a partnership that supports Collegiate and the business all year long. A Corporate Partnership allows the business marketing access to our community members while providing philanthropic support to Collegiate. Volunteers are needed to encourage local businesses to partner with Collegiate.
  • Gala (every other year):

    The Gala is one of the major fundraising events of the school year and is organized by the Advancement Office. The Gala is held every other year and includes an evening of drinks and live and silent auctions. Income from this event is used to fund faculty professional development, student financial assistance, and technology.

    Volunteers needed to secure sponsors, promote the event and help obtain items for the live and silent auctions.
  • Golf Scramble (every other year):

    Volunteers needed to secure sponsors, promote the golf outing, help obtain and prepare items for the goodie bags.
  • Media Center Volunteer:

    Enhance the quality of our media center by assisting the librarians with various tasks such as re-shelving books and checking materials in and out. Volunteers will be trained by librarians and have a flexible time commitment. 
  • Second Century Capital Campaign Grade Captain:

    Preparing for its second 100 years, Collegiate has undertaken the Second Century
    Construction Project and our families are responding. The two-­story addition to the
    rear of the former dining room encompasses the Dan and Frances Street Learning
    Commons, The Barzun Family Makery, the Design Studio and future classrooms on
    the second floor. The Owsley Brown Family Performing and Visual Arts Center is a
    new three­story building containing a dining complex and two floors for returning
    the arts to main campus. These two significant structures provide the missing links
    to a unified campus that is secure, flexible and contiguous.

    Volunteers are needed to educate and solicit fellow parents for the campaign.
  • Snowman Stampede Committee:

    Volunteers needed to secure sponsors, promote the race and help with race bags and t-shirts.
  • Trivia Night (every other year):

    Volunteers needed to secure sponsors, promote the event and help obtain items for the silent auction.
Parents Association Volunteer Opportunities

List of 12 items.

  • Community Connection:

    Parent volunteers will assist with Community service projects related to the interests and needs of the students.
  • Faculty/Staff Support:

    This committee coordinates events and provides treats for our teachers and staff throughout the school year.
  • Fall Festival Bake Sale:

    Volunteers are needed to plan and coordinate the various activities for this family fun event to be held on a Saturday in October. The Fall Bake Sale needs assistance with baked goods and treats to be sold during school and at the Fall Festival. 
  • Fall Festival:

    Volunteers are needed to plan and coordinate the various activities for this family fun event to be held on a Saturday in October.  The Fall Bake Sale needs assistance with baked goods and treats to be sold during school and at the Fall Festival. 
  • Family Support Committee:

    Volunteers serve as mentors for new families entering Collegiate by creating a supportive relationship throughout the school year.
  • Lower School Field Day:

    This committee organizes the various games and activities for this event to be held during a school day usually in May.
  • Lower School Room Representative:

    Be the liaison between the parents of the class and the Lower School VPs and Teachers. Help with grade communications, coordinating volunteers for class activities and collecting the teacher gift fund. 
  • Lower School Social Event:

    This committee creates an age appropriate event, (ex., Sock hop, pajama party or square dance) to be held in the Fall and Spring. 
  • Middle and Upper School Grade Representatives:

    Volunteers act as the liaison between their student’s grade and the Parents Association Division Vice Presidents. Primary responsibilities include providing communication via email to the grade and collecting donations for faculty/staff appreciation.
  • Middle School LISC Dances

    Organize volunteers to chaperone dances.
  • The Mosaic Parent Group:

    The Mosaic Parent Group ("Mosaic") advocates for and supports the interests, needs, and experiences of a globally engaged Louisville Collegiate community. Mosaic strives to enhance and stimulate a culturally inclusive learning and social environment for Collegiate's diverse student body.
  • Upper School Project Graduation

    Organize an after-prom activitiy. 

School Information

 
2427 Glenmary Avenue
Louisville, KY 40204
P: 502.479.0340
F: 502.454.8549
Louisville Collegiate School is a JK-12, co-ed independent day school located in the historic Highlands neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky.