Cape Henry Collegiate Race at the Cape

Date/TimeVenue/Location
Oct 12
8:00am - 12:00pm
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Ticketing Information:

Through August 31
$15 - One Mile Run/Walk
$30 - 5K Run/Walk
$45 - Double Dolphin Challenge

September 1 - September 30
$25 - One Mile Run/Walk
$35 - 5K Run/Walk
$50 - Double Dolphin Challenge

October 1 - Day of Race
$25 - One Mile Run/Walk
$40 - 5K Run/Walk
$55 - Double Dolphin Challenge


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IT ENDED ON October 12, 2019 12:00 pm
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EVENT DESCRIPTION

Cape Henry Collegiate’s Race at the Cape is celebrating over 18 years as an amazing family-oriented health and wellness activity for both the Cape Henry community and Hampton Roads runners and walkers. This annual event benefits the programs and activities of Cape Henry Collegiate, a PK-Grade 12, independent school located in the heart of Virginia Beach with an average annual enrollment of 900 students.



EVENT SPECIAL NOTICES AND INFORMATION

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Second grade ichthyologists and Tropical Ecologists from Upper School work together to preserve tilapia and complete Gyotaku prints! Gyotaku is derived from the mid 1800s in Japan as a way to record fish and has since become a beautiful form of art. #opportunity #scholarship
Second grade ichthyologists and Tropical Ecologists from Upper School work together to preserve tilapia and complete Gyotaku prints! Gyotaku is derived from the mid 1800s in Japan as a way to record fish and has since become a beautiful form of art. #opportunity #scholarship
Second grade ichthyologists and Tropical Ecologists from Upper School work together to preserve tilapia and complete Gyotaku prints! Gyotaku is derived from the mid 1800s in Japan as a way to record fish and has since become a beautiful form of art. #opportunity #scholarship
Second grade ichthyologists and Tropical Ecologists from Upper School work together to preserve tilapia and complete Gyotaku prints! Gyotaku is derived from the mid 1800s in Japan as a way to record fish and has since become a beautiful form of art. #opportunity #scholarship
Second grade ichthyologists and Tropical Ecologists from Upper School work together to preserve tilapia and complete Gyotaku prints! Gyotaku is derived from the mid 1800s in Japan as a way to record fish and has since become a beautiful form of art. #opportunity #scholarship
Second grade ichthyologists and Tropical Ecologists from Upper School work together to preserve tilapia and complete Gyotaku prints! Gyotaku is derived from the mid 1800s in Japan as a way to record fish and has since become a beautiful form of art. #opportunity #scholarship
Second grade ichthyologists and Tropical Ecologists from Upper School work together to preserve tilapia and complete Gyotaku prints! Gyotaku is derived from the mid 1800s in Japan as a way to record fish and has since become a beautiful form of art. #opportunity #scholarship
Second grade ichthyologists and Tropical Ecologists from Upper School work together to preserve tilapia and complete Gyotaku prints! Gyotaku is derived from the mid 1800s in Japan as a way to record fish and has since become a beautiful form of art. #opportunity #scholarship
Second grade ichthyologists and Tropical Ecologists from Upper School work together to preserve tilapia and complete Gyotaku prints! Gyotaku is derived from the mid 1800s in Japan as a way to record fish and has since become a beautiful form of art. #opportunity #scholarship
Second grade ichthyologists and Tropical Ecologists from Upper School work together to preserve tilapia and complete Gyotaku prints! Gyotaku is derived from the mid 1800s in Japan as a way to record fish and has since become a beautiful form of art. #opportunity #scholarship
Second grade ichthyologists and Tropical Ecologists from Upper School work together to preserve tilapia and complete Gyotaku prints! Gyotaku is derived from the mid 1800s in Japan as a way to record fish and has since become a beautiful form of art. #opportunity #scholarship
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Tuesday October 15th, 2019

Cape Henry Collegiate

Second grade ichthyologists and Tropical Ecologists from Upper School work together to preserve tilapia and complete Gyotaku prints! Gyotaku is derived from the mid 1800s in Japan as a way to record fish and has since become a beautiful form of art. #opportunity #scholarship ... See MoreSee Less

Second grade ichthyologists and Tropical Ecologists from Upper School work together to preserve tilapia and complete Gyotaku prints! Gyotaku is derived from the mid 1800s in Japan as a way to record fish and has since become a beautiful form of art. #opportunity #scholarship

Monday October 14th, 2019

Cape Henry Collegiate

In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Sr. Willis' AP Spanish classes welcomed special guests Marisol, Joan y Juan Pablo. These family members from Colombia spoke only Spanish in class as they shared their musical talents and their experiences in Bogotá and Virginia Beach. They expressed appreciation for the Spanish conversational abilities of these CHC students and for the warm welcome they received. #community #opportunity ... See MoreSee Less

In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Sr. Willis AP Spanish classes welcomed special guests Marisol, Joan y Juan Pablo. These family members from Colombia spoke only Spanish in class as they shared their musical talents and their experiences in Bogotá and Virginia Beach. They expressed appreciation for the Spanish conversational abilities of these CHC students and for the warm welcome they received. #community #opportunity

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Bravo

Bendiciones mis queridos hnos . Dios les bendiga 🤗🤗🤗🤗😘😘😘

👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

Monday October 14th, 2019

Cape Henry Collegiate

Congratulations to senior Fred Zhang '20 for his feature article published in AviNation. #scholarship

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Congratulations to senior Fred Zhang 20 for his feature article published in AviNation. #scholarship  https://issuu.com/avination/docs/avination-nov-2018-hr

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Amazing! Congratulations, Fred!

Awesome work, Fred!

Fred is a rock star!

Monday October 14th, 2019

Cape Henry Collegiate

It takes a village or perhaps a pod to make the Fall Festival an awesome event for our whole community! Thanks to the many wonderful volunteers who helped organize. #community #fallfestival2019 ... See MoreSee Less

It takes a village or perhaps a pod to make the Fall Festival an awesome event for our whole community! Thanks to the many wonderful volunteers who helped organize. #community #fallfestival2019

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What a wonderful time my family had volunteering! It’s a great way to integrate with the school staff, students, and parents to experience the diversity and degree of excellence to which this school strives!

Monday October 14th, 2019

Cape Henry Collegiate

Nothing builds #community like a little friendly competition on a beautiful morning! Thanks to all of the racers who participated in our 5k run/walk and 1 mile fun run. Congratulations to Nicholas Damuth '21 for his blazing win in the 5k and Owen Klimkiewicz '25 for winning the gold in the 1 mile! Check the upcoming Dolphin Digest for more photos. ... See MoreSee Less

Nothing builds #community like a little friendly competition on a beautiful morning! Thanks to all of the racers who participated in our 5k run/walk and 1 mile fun run. Congratulations to Nicholas Damuth 21 for his blazing win in the 5k and Owen Klimkiewicz 25 for winning the gold in the 1 mile! Check the upcoming Dolphin Digest for more photos.

Monday October 14th, 2019

Cape Henry Collegiate

We have a new member in the Cape Squad! Meet Rex, the bearded dragon! He loves recess and meeting new friends. ... See MoreSee Less

We have a new member in the Cape Squad! Meet Rex, the bearded dragon! He loves recess and meeting new friends.

Monday October 14th, 2019

Cape Henry Collegiate

Ghost toast, creepy carrots and more Kindergarten fun! ... See MoreSee Less

Ghost toast, creepy carrots and more Kindergarten fun!

Friday October 11th, 2019

Cape Henry Collegiate

Fifth grade Biologists work on STEM challenges to create articulated models for legs and thumbs. ... See MoreSee Less

Fifth grade Biologists work on STEM challenges to create articulated models for legs and thumbs.

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That is so cool and amazing - just love this school!

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