To the Glory of God
Nurturing & Challenging
Brentwood Academy is a Christ-centered community committed to advancing knowledge, cultivating wisdom, and developing resiliency in students while they explore who they are and discover who God wants them to be.
Learn how Brentwood Academy has prepared to welcome our students safely back to campus this fall. With daily health and safety protocols in place, investment in state-of-the-art ViewSonic ViewBoard technology in every classroom, and continued academic excellence, BA is committed to an exceptional face-to-face learning environment on campus and from home.
Brentwood Academy has become the first school in the Nashville area to begin using SynDaver’s second-generation Anatomy Model, a full-sized, head-to-toe synthetic human, to provide students with hands-on learning opportunities for anatomy and pre-med education.
Brentwood Academy's Robotics Team, the “Iron Eagles,” was founded in 2013 by BA physics teacher Wendy Stallings. In its first year, the team of five worked very hard, winning the state competition and went on to compete in the 2014 VEX Robotics World Championship competition in Anaheim, California. In 2014-15, more than 40 students joined the program to make up six teams.
Our college counseling program begins with educational workshops in the 8th grade and continues through the senior year with increasingly more involved and individualized programming. Students are encouraged to engage in self-reflection, find their passions, develop their minds, and take charge of their futures in an environment that provides both challenge and support.
For three days in January, the upper school suspends the normal school day to challenge students through various nontraditional, experiential programs called Winterim. Winterim provides opportunities to fulfill the school’s mission through exploration in academics, arts, outdoors, and athletics. Enrichment opportunities are also offered through cultural exchanges, community service, and internships.
My BA Story
Class of 2011 | US Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Class of 2013 | University of Virginia