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Brentwood Academy had 52 upper school students serve at the Model UN Conference this past weekend. BA won the Outstanding Service Project Award for their work with UNICEF, and Nathan Dale was awarded the Outstanding Servant Leader Award given for the first time at the conference.
Sophomore Iron Eagles Robotics team qualifies for VEX state competition in February.
Junior Anna Czarnik Chosen for All Mid-State Gold Band.
Congratulations to eight student artists whose works were selected for the Middle Tennessee Regional Student Art Exhibition to be held at Belmont Mansion in January.
Out of 227 schools from 35 states and 1,800 competitors, Brentwood Academy Speech and Debate tooke first place in Overall Team Sweepstakes at the Glenbrook Tournament in Chicago this past weekend.
Middle school basketball teams win Lancaster Christian Academy Turkey Jam tournament.
Middle School wrestling team wins HVAC championship.
Will Boling '15 is one of six men named to the University of Tennessee's track/cross country team for next year.
Musician, actor, athlete, scholar, and student leader Matt Binkley was named the Brentwood Home Page Student of the Week.
Kayla Williamson, Noah Franks, and Reece Bennett have been accepted to be a part of the Chamber of Commerce sponsored Youth Leadership Brentwood.
BA is honored to have 50 upper school students, grades 9-12, and 12 middle school students, grades 7 and 8, represent our school at this year's Model United Nations conference in Nashville.
Auditions for the spring musical, Annie, will be held December 10 from 2:00-5:00 PM in the theatre. Students interested in auditioning should sign up in the backstage lobby. Go to annieBA.com for more details.
On Saturday, November 15, Brentwood Academy hosted more than 340 high school students from across the area for a regional forensics tournament. A special thanks to Brentwood Mayor Betsy Crossley who served as a volunteer judge and spoke at the awards assembly.
The Brentwood Academy varsity dance team won its third state championship title in a row last weekend in the TSSAA competition.
Senior musician Andrew Rankin was named Student of the Week on the Brentwood Home Page.
Senior Maycie McKay and freshman Katherine Tyner have been named to the Division II All-State and All-Region Teams. McKay is also runner-up for Most Valuable Player of the middle-east region.
Jackson Pittman nominated for Mr. Football Lineman Award.
Coach Mathews and the Eagles' offensive line continue a long-standing tradition of strength in leading the team in successful seasons. The Tennessean featured a story on the group and the BA O-Line alumni who are competing in the NCAA and NFL.
Will Boling '15 and Juliana Fontecha '15 were named Brentwood Home Page Athletes of the Week. Will was recently named the Div I-II cross country runner of the year, and Juliana was part of the lady' Eagles' soccer team that made it to the state semi-finals two weeks ago.
Cheerleaders win 2nd place in Alabama.
Ten cross country runners awarded All Mid-State honors by Mid-State Cross Country Association.
On Thursday, November 6, 55 new members were inducted into the R.O. Beacuchamp chapter of the National Honor Society during a special luncheon at the Cool Springs Marriott.
Brentwood Academy Coach and World War II Veteran Jimmy Gentry will be our guest speaker at the Veterans' Day Assembly on Tuesday, November 11 at 9:15 AM.
Senior Maggie Newman, a talented musician, president of the BA UNICEF group, and active member of Model UN and Youth Leg, was named the Brentwood Home Page Student of the Week.
In the Division II-AA Cross Country Championships Saturday, Brentwood Academy shined with varsity boys finishing as state champions and girls finishing as state runner-up.
Cheerleaders win 3rd place at Mid-South Championships.
Dean of Faculty Cindy Tripp was awarded the highest honor for excellence in teaching by the Tennessee Association of Independent Schools at the 2014 Biennial Conference held at Brentwood Academy November 2 and 3.
Partnering With Parents Seminar: "Raising Girls," presented by Sissy Goff of Daystar Counseling Ministry; Wed., Nov. 5 from 6:30-8:30 PM in the middle school 7th grade den. Free and open to the public.
Congratulations to Morgan Yamek '15 who was recently named to the 2014 All-Region volleyball team (she is one of only seven players selected). Sarah Friday '16 and Avery Percy '17 were named Honorable Mention.
Senior James Foster, a member of the robotics and math teams and an aspiring engineer, was named Brentwood Home Page's Student of the Week.

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