Director of Student Life Mr. Ken Carrier arranged for Upper School students to participate in learning and volunteer sessions with local nonprofits and other organizations during the school day.
Welcome to the Cape Henry Collegiate community! Whether you are navigating your first permanent change of station or bringing with you a wealth of military experience, we are honored to have you as part of our diverse and resilient community.
We understand that the journey of military life often involves transitions and adjustments, especially regarding education. Our dedicated team is here to provide support and assistance as you embark on this new chapter. At Cape Henry, we take pride in our military families and value their unique strengths and experiences.
As you settle into our warm, welcoming community, know that we are committed to making your transition as smooth as possible. If you have any questions, need information or want to connect with fellow military families, please do not hesitate to reach out. Together, we create a supportive and inclusive atmosphere where every family can thrive.
Located near a number of military installations, Cape Henry Collegiate has proudly served hundreds of military families over our 100-year history. We provide our military families the support they need with experienced school counselors who are available to assist your family during workups and deployments. Whether you’re Air Force, Army, Navy, Coast Guard, Marines, Space Force, Reserves or here with NATO, your child will be a known and welcomed member of our family.
Cape Henry Collegiate is a fantastic school for our military family. The school's commitment to preparing students for a dynamic, interconnected world is evident in its diverse curriculum, which includes a wide range of international programs and studies. This global perspective, coupled with the school's emphasis on critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and strong values, ensures that our daughter is well-prepared to navigate and contribute to the world beyond the classroom.”
CDR Robert Myers
U.S. Navy Commander and Parent of Josephine Myers '32
Cape Henry Collegiate welcomed dozens of active duty and retired service members for our annual Veterans Day Program.
While many reasons exist to celebrate and recognize Cape Henry Collegiate’s Class of 2023, we commend the decision made by nine of our graduates to enroll in a military academy or the Corps of Cadets.
Cape Henry Collegiate Non-Discriminatory Policy for Admissions
Cape Henry Collegiate seeks to have a diverse and well-rounded student body. The School admits qualified students of any race, color, ethnicity/national origin, religion, gender, disability, genetic history, sexual orientation, and/or family status.