CPA's spring musical Singin' in the Rain adjudicated in the Spotlight Awards for high school musical theatre. The cast and crew were honored with 5 finalists in 12 categories and by being one of the 10 schools invited to perform on the Andrew Jackson Stage of TPAC.
Third graders are learning about global hunger, communities that suffer from hunger, causes of food shortage, and local and national advocates and solutions. The project-based-learning unit integrates geography and economics as the students discuss food and water scarcity across the globe.
May 1 was National College Decision Day, and CPA's Class of 2019 has almost entirely committed to college decisions this week. The Office of College Counseling is proud to announce the following statistics on matriculation.
Summer at CPA is pleased to offer 50+ camps in arts, athletics, and discovery to children in grades PS-12 in the city of Nashville. Open to the community, this program is centered on new experiences and fun for all ages!
Congratulations to the Singin' in the Rain cast and crew for being one of ten productions from across the state selected to perform at TPAC on May 11 as part of the Spotlight Awards. CPA's cast and crew has finalists in 11 categories of the awards:
CPA is proud to announce that in addition to his position as Varsity Boys Head Football Coach, Ingle Martin will be stepping into a new leadership role in the CPA athletic program: Director of Transformational Coaching.
CPA is the recipient of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Safe Sports School award for the CPA athletic program. The award champions safety and recognizes secondary schools that have met the recommended standards to improve safety in sports. In addition, the award reinforces the importance of providing the best level of care, injury prevention, and treatment.
The Collaborative at CPA features expert-led discussions and workshops on growing in teaching, learning, and leadership excellence. Led by local innovators and thought leaders, sessions offer attendees insight into topics ranging from storytelling and worldview in the classroom, to technology integration and methodology.
Last year, Christ Presbyterian Academy announced their acceptance into the elite, international Cum Laude Society, an indication of superior scholastic achievement, integrity, and rigor in pursuing knowledge.
This week, upper school students served non-profits and ministries across the city of Nashville. Breaking up into advisories, groups learned about the various ways to support those who serve the city day in and day out.
Fifth grade students recently completed a cross-curricular endeavor with art, English, Science, and STEAM instructors. Students created a talking fish sculpture for this project focusing on the fish of Tennessee.
CPA third grade students recently completed a project where they picked a historical character, researched the character's life and times, and embodied that character in a live exhibit for family, friends, and peers to enjoy.
The Academy recently hosted a community launch for Transforming Stories | The Campaign for Christ Presbyterian Academy with all students and parents. During the all-school assembly, Head of School Nate Morrow introduced campus plans for a new front entrance, quad and garden space, and 550-seat theatre.
Upper school media and journalism students attended the Tennessee High School Press Association's annual awards ceremony this week. CPA yearbook won Best Overall Yearbook in the state of Tennessee, along with 23 individual awards. The media arts program took home 8 awards. See the accolades listed below.
The Nashville Ballet's community engagement program strives to promote dance as an essential and inspiring element of our community with wide-reaching and innovative educational dance programming for schools, businesses, and community groups throughout Middle Tennessee.
CPA's College Counseling team toured seven colleges and universities in North and South Carolina this week, exploring new paths for CPA students and connecting with alumni on campuses across the region.
The annual MLK Chapel is a community event for students K-12, and parents are always invited. The Chapel's focus is the life, legacy, and gospel message of Dr. Martin Luther King, and how his work affects our lives today.
Sophomore Addi Gerlach won first place for drawing in The 2018-19 Middle TN Regional Student Art Exhibition. Her artwork will continue to be on display in The Leu Center for the Visual Arts at Belmont University until January 25.
“Train up a child in the way he should go, and even when they are old they will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6. A little over 10 years ago, I chose to take a new path and become an early childhood education teacher. My two children were preschoolers at the time and I truly loved watching their daily growth and the fun stages of life we were in.
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Christ Presbyterian Academy is a private, coeducational, college-preparatory school for grades preschool through 12. The Academy provides transformational education through a Christian worldview and offers extensive programs to develop the diverse potential of each student. CPA is a ministry of Christ Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Nashville, Tennessee.