Thank you for your interest in Cape Henry Collegiate and for considering us to partner in the greatest journey of your child’s future - their education. We hope you find our web site informative and that many of your initial questions are answered here as you seek to learn more about the Cape Henry community. Although our web site provides an informative glimpse into the life of our community, it simply cannot be a substitute for your actual visit to the School. We welcome the opportunity to not only show you around, but also to get to know you and your child. As you tour the campus, you will undoubtedly experience the vitality that defines every aspect of Cape Henry Collegiate.
Throughout the year, we provide opportunities for families and prospective students to come learn more about Cape Henry Collegiate. We offer private tours, several small group information sessions, and student shadow days. Families are encouraged to contact our enrollment office directly to schedule a tour and school visit. We also encourage you to explore Cape Henry by experiencing our community - come cheer at a game, take in a play or recital, or attend a community event.
Thank you again for your interest in Cape Henry. We look forward to sharing with you the many wonderful and exciting facets of a Cape Henry Collegiate education.
All the best,
Assistant Head of School, Director of Enrollment Management and Financial Aid
Cape Henry Collegiate accepts applications throughout the year, however, the following timeline applies:
- February 15: Preferred Deadline for Completed Applications
- After February 15: Admission is on a space-available basis; please apply early as spaces are limited.
- March 1: Deadline for Financial Aid Applications; Applications submitted after March 1 will be considered if funds remain available.
** Please note that applicants applying for academic merit scholarships have different deadlines. Please check here
for more information. **
Cape Henry Collegiate admits qualified students without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national or ethnic origin, disability, or genetic history.