• • • • • • The Academy for G.o.D. • • • • • •
Academy Lead Teacher, Ms. Corey Foster, reflects on a moment with her class where student conflict resulted in unkind behavior only to be resolved through forgiveness and prayer with one another.
Brett Madron reflects on the inclusive and friendly environment being created at the Academy for G.O.D., where his son is enrolled and where high school students volunteer with a program called “Buddy Break” which serves families with children with special needs.
The sudden choice of declaring your future-and-forever career is a challenging one for most college students. Read how the Academy for G.O.D. gives hands-on opportunities for their high school students to explore potential career paths.
Rebekah Davis explores enthusiasm as the basis for impassioned and memorable learning experiences, and how the Academy included their students' specific interests into their semesters' courses.
An Interview with Betsy Johnson, Principal of the Academy for G.O.D., detailing all of the growth and excitement surrounding our 2017-2018 school year!
Academy teachers have been equipping instructors in India to implement systems that reinforce positive behavior and group rewards that encourage students to support one another.
What a fantastic year we had at the Academy for G.O.D. Enjoy this photo review of some of the many highlights of the year!
The Academy for G.O.D. recently held a school supplies drive to support other primary-aged students in both El Salvador and Uganda. Students were very enthusiastic and the final weight of the supplies equaled over 350 pounds.
Laurie Kagay reflects on the field trips the Academy for G.O.D. has taken to an assisted living facility, and it's impact on both students and the elderly.
Grandparents Day at the Academy for G.O.D. is one of the most anticipated days of the year! Get a special peek at our special guests.
What if kids knew how to identify the emotions they felt, beyond just the ones that rhyme (mad, sad, or glad). What if they learned that emotions aren't a bad thing. Well, that's what we are teaching them.
Kindergarteners at the Academy for G.O.D. explore the world during 'Outdoor Adventures'. Rebekah Davis reflects on the value and fun of this class as these young students discover the world around them.
The Academy for G.O.D.
401 Center Street, Old Hickory, TN 37138, (615).722.7107