Collegiate School Internal Revenue Service (IRS) 990 Forms (2002-2012)

by NYC Firm Schools on September 2, 2013

All nonprofit NYC Firm Schools are required to file Form 990 each year with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). In addition, these schools are required by law to make the forms from the last three years available to anyone who requests them. Many websites such as GuideStar, Charity Navigator, and the Foundation Center provide copies of the 990 Forms for all nonprofit organizations, including NYC Firm Schools. Some non-NYC Firm Schools (e.g., Phillips Exeter Academy) post their 990 Forms on their own website.

Here is the guide that the IRS provides organizations to fill out the form (it will give you some insight on individual items on the form).

Over the next few months, we will be posting the available 990 Forms from the Foundation Center for all nonprofit NYC Firm Schools. You can find the forms yourself by going to the Foundation Center website and looking at the 990 Finder.

Below please find the 990 Forms for the Collegiate School (2002-12):

Collegiate School 990 Forms (2002-12)
Year Pages Total Assets
2012 47 $122,617,000
2011 50 $123,229,026
2010 43 $91,694,978
2009 44 $87,249,368
2008 38 $97,278,201
2007 38 $99,166,528
2006 39 $90,167,229
2005 38 $82,414,212
2004 39 $79,476,743
2003 39 $73,930,807
2002 40 $73,079,985

Source of data: Foundation Center


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