Students were incredibly honored to hear the message of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. stirring in today’s MLK Chapel sessions...
Upper school arts students participating in the Salt and Light series attended the latest session with White House press correspondent Greg Clugston.
This Thursday, January 14, at 8 a.m., Empowered Parenting will convene in the Sanctuary (Church building) to discuss adult attachment and why it matters. This forum is open to all CPA parents and features discussions on trauma-informed parenting.
The National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA) presented three athletic administrators, each who have served with great effort and integrity, three major NIAAA awards this year. Among those awarded was CPA Athletic Director Mike Ellson, honored with the Frank Kovaleski Professional Development Award.
The Institute for Cultural Engagement's (TICE) Center for Visual Media and Publication has produced several Christmas music videos starring talented upper school arts students and several arts alumni.
CPA won it's fifth state championship title over Lipscomb Academy on Thursday, December 3. The Lions' 35-28 win came after an exciting, hard-fought game with a talented LA team. Read more from this recap on The Nashville Post...
If you haven’t gotten a chance to flip through your CPA Magazine, you can now read it online! Explore stories and features from the 2019-20 school year
We sat down for a brief Q&A with fifth grade teacher Amy Tayes. The passion and care she brings to her classroom every day is inspiring.