Dr. Lauren King, PsyD will join the Perspectives series at CPA this fall, speaking to parents on Friday, Oct. 2, on helping your child cope in the midst of a pandemic.
An inherent part of the in-person learning experience at CPA Lower School this semester has been learning to adapt. And Kate Laws' kindergarten class is no exception. Ms. Laws shares her insight with families.
CPA is pleased to announce that senior John Spodnik has been named a semifinalist in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Competition. John joins approximately 16,000 students nationwide in earning this honor. His scores on the 2019 PSAT put him in the top 1% of Tennessee's test-takers. John will now apply to be named a National Merit Finalist and National Merit Scholar.
Christ Presbyterian Academy is excited to announce its launch of The Institute for Cultural Engagement (TICE), offering students the opportunity to discover the intersection of their passion and purpose in order to make a meaningful contribution to the public good- to be culture shapers. It is a four-year program containing four components of programming (curriculum, collaboration, internship, Telos project).
CPA has named Lynn Isaacs as Director of Enrollment, leading all of the Academy’s admissions and enrollment functions. Lynn brings expert skill, dedication, and 12 years of experience at the Academy to this role. Prior to her career in school administration, Lynn worked as convention sales manager for the cities of Nashville and Philadelphia.
This August, the Academy is installing an air cleaning system in all our occupied spaces which will reduce particulates and allergens and is lab certified to kill molds, bacteria, and viruses. This ionization system has been specifically lab tested against the COVID-19 Coronavirus and achieved a 99.4% kill rate in 30 minutes.
Construction crews at CPA have been safely at work, finishing up projects to be ready this fall. The new arts building is in the final stages of construction, and boasts an impressive and welcoming front face.
CPA's Commencement ceremony was unlike any graduation the Academy has ever seen: uniquely intimate, sincere, and celebratory. With attendees limited to parents, spaced 6 feet apart, and seniors spaced apart seated with their parents, there was a sense of community and solidarity in the room.