This year, CPA Art’s Middle School Musical is James and the Giant Peach Jr., and with the show fast approaching, we’re taking a behind-the-scenes look into the preparation process and how students and faculty live out their deeper calling through the Arts.
Parenting with Purpose is a unique CPA parent series on the journey of parenting through a Christian worldview. With the understanding that we are emotional and spiritual beings created by God, this series seeks to assist parents in raising the next generation of engaged, faith-centered men and women who live fully in a difficult, hard, and sometimes tragic world.
Dr. Paul J. Maurer spoke to upper school students in The Institute for Cultural Engagement's (TICE) Center for Inquiry + Design. He shared valuable insights about cybersecurity, offering a faith-based perspective on the industry’s latest challenges and opportunities.
Upper school students in The Institute for Cultural Engagement's (TICE) Center for Inquiry + Design visited The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) this past Monday.
Passing of the Scrolls is a special tradition with the bookends of the student body - kindergarten and seniors. It’s a ceremony to celebrate new beginnings and strong finishes.
CPA student athletes participating in spring sports have shown dedication and focus as teams and individuals have advanced to high levels of competition. Read the spring fling highlights below:
CPA is pleased to announce John Patton has joined the executive leadership team as Associate Head of School–Advancement joining Associate Head of School–Operations Matt Moore and Associate Head of School–Education Dr. Marcia Sutton in their collaboration with Head of School Nate Morrow.
As we brainstormed ideas for this year’s Grandparents Day performance, I realized that music composition and songwriting would be the perfect way to finish out their LS music education here at CPA. Composing original music allows students to take all of the important concepts and skills they’ve learned over the years and put them to the test.
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.