• • • The academy for G.o.d. • • •
Brett Madron, father of two Academy students, reflects on his experience at Academy Performance night.
Principal Dailey explains how the Academy’s approach to grades are reflected in the student’s character and development as a child of God.
Academy for G.O.D. Lead Teacher, Mr. Duffy, reflects on a dialogue he recently shared with his students illuminating the rigor of their biblical studies and the type of young people they are becoming in response.
On teaching Spanish, Anna Reyes reflects, “our aim is to foster both fluency in Spanish as well as a cultural and political sensitivity in order to not only hear but also understand the perspective of our neighbors in Nashville and Latin America alike, with the hope of working in unity to build the Kingdom of God.”
The Academy curriculum values the gift available to students through music. Principal Dailey reflects on how the musical sounds throughout the hallways each day is a sign of learning and connecting with God.
John Nyago reflects on the importance of gardening and food production education in light of his experience growing up on a farm in Uganda and now as a teacher at 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.
The Academy for G.O.D.
401 Center Street, Old Hickory, TN 37138, (615).722.7107