Niche.com, an online platform for comprehensive educational data analysis, named Lipscomb Academy a 2023 Best School and the #1 Best Christian High School in the Nashville Area.
Veteran athletic administrator and coach Stefine “Jake” House has been appointed Lipscomb Academy athletic director, Head of School Brad Schultz announced today. House, assistant athletic director and volleyball head varsity coach at Lipscomb Academy, has served as interim athletic director since May.
With the beginning of each academic year the Lipscomb Academy community welcomes new students who are starting their educational journeys as Mustangs, as well as new faculty, staff, coaches, and administrators.
Harrison Keele to represent Lipscomb Academy at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports!
Mary Papillion Will Represent the 5th Congressional District in Capitol Art Exhibition.
The pursuit of an advanced degree while gainfully employed requires personal sacrifice. During the 2021-22 academic year, seven faculty and staff members earned this achievement.
On April 29, 2022, we recognized those individuals that just shine. Lipscomb University and Academy celebrated faculty and staff accomplishments with a joint Night of Lights dinner. Individuals who have impacted students or their faculty/staff colleagues during the 2021-22 academic year were honored in the presence of their peers.
Each year, we bid farewell to faculty and staff members that have dedicated their professional careers to Lipscomb Academy. The celebration is bittersweet for the academy as we honor our retirees. Their dedication humbles and inspires us, and we are thankful for their service and their contributions to our students, faculty, and staff.
On March 30, 2022, the Shinn Center was filled with over 300 people honoring the significance of the six 2022 Mustang Alumni Awards recipients. The Mustang Alumni Award is the highest honor given to a former student who embodies the mission and principles of Lipscomb’s 131-year history. The Mustang Alumni Awards honor graduates who have made a lasting impact on this institution, in their career fields, and through service to others. For 2022, a Lipscomb retiree was included in the honor.
In a rare event last Wednesday, February 9, 2022, a crowd of nearly 100 community members and court officials listened in anticipation as the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals heard oral arguments in Collins Alumni Auditorium on Lipscomb University’s campus. The Lipscomb community was invited to witness Tennessee’s judicial process firsthand and experience three real cases and arguments as they were presented before the court.
Lipscomb Academy’s Black Student Union welcomed Dr. Mikki Allen, Tennessee State University (TSU) athletic director, for a special lunch with students, faculty, and staff. Allen, a former San Francisco 49ers professional athlete and University of Tennessee football player, encouraged students to pursue a vocation in a field they love – advice he took to heart, seek a purposeful life, and focus on self-actualization to become the best version of themselves.
January has been a productive month for the academy, and today, we announce another initiative with the launch of Mustang Esports.
The dynasty continues! Congratulations to the Lipscomb Academy Bowling Team for winning the Bowling State Championship after an undefeated season!
Something Big Is Coming to the Lower School
This unique opportunity allows students to grow their golf skills through Lipscomb Academy’s new year-round and campus-wide golf program.
Lipscomb Academy announced the appointment of Eric House as head swim coach.
Lipscomb Academy Mustangs Bring Home D2-AA State Championship Trophy!
The partnership makes Lipscomb Academy’s Solly School the first school in Middle Tennessee
to house speech, physical and occupational therapy on-site for its students and community members.
Enrollment continues to grow as does the need for more faculty and staff. As a result, there will be many new faces on campus August 11, 2021, in classrooms and offices.
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.
Lipscomb Academy's Green Team is making a powerful impact on the community through its work, and has once again been recognized nationally for its leadership and example.
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.
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.
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.
Current assistant head of middle school Crystal Hastings, Ed.D., to transition to head of middle school effective June 1, 2021
An impressive amount of faculty and staff dedicated themselves to their continued education during the 2020-21 academic year.
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.
Students in the Class of 2021 receive academic honors
Lipscomb third graders are doing their part to make a difference in the environment