Collegiate Charter School offers path to college

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Do you think a college education is financially impossible for your child? We can help. Set your child up for success by enrolling them in the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell. Last year, we found over $750,000 in needs-based grants, aid, and scholarships for our 28 graduates. According to a National Center for Education Statistics study, in 2022 high school graduates ages 25-34 years old made $36,600 a year while the student with a bachelor’s degree made $59,600.

We are accepting applications right now to be a part of this wonderful newer K-12 school. We are located near the Rourke Bridge off Middlesex Street in Lowell. Please check out our open houses on Nov 13 and Nov. 28 from 5-7 pm. You may also apply on our website at

As our motto says at Collegiate, your child will be seen, be heard, and belong. We offer a strong college preparatory curriculum in a family-type atmosphere. The whole family can go to school together since we offer a kindergarten through 12th grade level program. New changes at Collegiate make our school even more appealing. Collegiate is upping its game when it comes to athletics. Mid-November we will be cutting the ribbon on a brand-new regulation-sized soccer field and we are also now offering football. Lowell Catholic and Collegiate Charter have formed a unique partnership. The partnership allows Collegiate players to play on the Lowell Catholic team.

The Collegiate Charter School of Lowell is capped at 1,200 students from K-12, and although they have other sports like basketball and volleyball they did not have enough students for a full football roster. This gives their students a chance to play for the first time. Collegiate Athletics Director Kyle Pelczar says, “It’s a great opportunity for our students to play and they are really excited to be part of the team. It’s teaching them that we can make great things happen if we pull together.” The co-op application was sponsored by Lowell Catholic as the host school and approved by the MIAA (Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association), after first being approved by the Commonwealth Athletic Conference (CAC), Lowell Catholic’s athletic conference.

This report provided by Collegiate Charter School of Lowell

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