The CPA Upper School Media Arts program has seen a year filled with incredible projects, digital shorts, documentaries, special features, on-location shoots, promos, music videos, and more!
The Living History Museum is much more than a history project: it combines scholarly research, report-writing, art, integrated technology, communication, creativity, and a biblical worldview.
Eighth Grade ’40s Day is a cross-curricular project and beloved tradition at CPA Middle School. CPA eighth grade students study the culture, art, literature, and events of the era in History, Art, and English classes.
The Institute for Cultural Engagement's (TICE) Center for Law & Advocacy hosted Braden Boucek, Director of Litigation for the Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF), for lunch and discussion with upper school students.
Students in The Institute for Cultural Engagement's (TICE) Center for Law & Advocacy hosted Shan Foster, Co-Founder and CEO of Fostering Healthy Solutions, LLC. Foster's previous basketball career in college (Vanderbilt) and beyond (Dallas Mavericks and abroad) has given him a unique perspective on and passion for building positive communities.
CPA Preschool celebrates Children Around the World in this week of international exploration and celebration. In this annual event, two weeks of curriculum prepare students for a day of lively multicultural presentations.
Rudy Kalis was a WSMV sports journalist in Nashville for 43 years, bringing sports news and conversation to the Nashville community. In these past few years his story has taken a different turn, and one that he would describe as transformative: "It's changing me every day."
Meet Loyda Hjelte, Instructor of Music for CPA Preschool and Lower School. Ms. Hjelte can be found spreading a joyful noise and energy all over campus.
CPA students gathered this Friday to observe and celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
CPA Lower School students recently enjoyed a special curricular celebration called Christmas Around the World!
CPA is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Nate Miley as the new Head of Middle School, joining the MS administration in January 2023.
CPA Lower School recently celebrated the life and legacy of key Reformation leader William Tyndale (1494-1536) at Reformation Day.
CPA Media Arts Television & Cinema and Digital Media Publishing students recently had the opportunity to produce three short feature films and one music video focusing on conservation while partnering with the Glacier National Park Conservancy in Montana.
Upper school students in TICE's Center for Business + Entrepreneurship marketing class (taught by Kevin Maggard) have collaborated on a four-week project developing strategic solutions for Belmont Athletics to increase attendance at basketball home games.
Recently, The Institute for Cultural Engagement (TICE) hosted a large-scale, co-curricular non-profit fair for upper school students. The event (first of its kind), “The Summit,” speaks to the TICE program’s focus on the restoration of community and leadership to bring about solutions to local people, places, and things.