This year, lower school students, grades first through fifth, have the opportunity to showcase their mathematical skills, problem-solving abilities, and competitive spirit. Open to all lower school students, the math olympiad challenges students to dive deep into problems and equations, practicing different methods under pressure.
This year, lower school students completed the third annual “I Am Not My Own” challenge, which invited students to learn the first question and answer in the Heidelberg Catechism. These words contain invaluable truth for the heart and mind for a lifetime of walking with Christ in a fallen world.
This fall, students in TICE's Center for Law + Advocacy traveled to Washington, D.C. for a two-day intensive in the District. So many meaningful moments experienced with rare access to the people and fixtures of our nation's Capitol made this trip one to remember!
The Academy is thrilled to announce our guest for the annual CPA Community Christmas Concert, Johnnyswim!
In Ms. Romaine’s Molecular Genetics class, students combined science, technology, and social impact to consider all aspects of bringing a new medicine to market.
Lower, middle, and upper school dance companies are showcasing their skills—new and old—at the Dance Demo on November 16. Each company will perform different genres of dance, ranging from tap and ballet to hip-hop and acrobatics.
The President and CEO of the Tennessee Titans, Burke Nihill, recently spoke to TICE students about the Titans’ latest development—The Stadium Project.
Lower School recently celebrated the life and legacy of two key Reformation leaders, John Calvin (1509-1564) and John Knox (1514-1572) at Reformation Day.