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Reconnecting Lipscomb Academy Retirees

Lipscomb Academy retirees are the keepers of memories, the givers of knowledge, and the bestowers of lasting influence. They have taught thousands of academy students and dedicated their passion and career to prepare many generations of young adults for the next season of life. While positions left vacant by retirees are replaceable, the enduring impact and meaningful relationships are not.

Academy Family Walks Out Calling of Adoption of Special Needs Children

Seven years ago, God gave the Busler family a vision that included adoption and special needs. That vision and God’s continued help and guidance took the family on an emotional, spiritual, and geographical journey to Armenia to ultimately adopt one child and begin the process for a second.

New Chapel Ministry Team Announced

With the intent to purposely increase spiritually formative experiences for students, faculty, and staff, a new chapel ministry team was announced today at Lipscomb Academy.

Spiritual Formation Veterans to Co-Lead Spiritual Life Vision

Lipscomb Academy announced Melanie Grogan, director of spiritual formation and mustang life at the lower school, and Amy Welch, director of social-emotional counseling, will serve in two newly created positions as directors of spiritual life overseeing a broadened approach to spiritual formation effective June 1, 2021.

Lower School and Solly School Building Dedication

An internal dedication at the lower school was held to give glory and honor to God for the completion of the space and celebrate the families that made the new wing a reality. The largest capital project in the history of Lipscomb Academy and Lipscomb University, the Stephens and Griffith families donated $16.5 million towards building the 22,000-square-foot addition at the lower school which includes the new Solly School.

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