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More than 55 BA student delegates participated in this year's Youth in Government conference at the State Capitol. Several students were selected to serve as officers in 2016.
Senior Cameron Dodd, member of the National Honor Society, Headmaster's List, soccer team, and math team, was named BHP Student of the Week.
Rian Berger will lead a book study for parents, faculty, alumni, and students on "The Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family" on Thursdays in April.
Service information for Mrs. Cindy Tripp: Visitation from 4:00-7:00 on Tuesday, March 24 at Fellowship Bible Church; Memorial Service at 2:00 on Wednesday, March 25 at Fellowship Bible Church.
Writer, singer, and community servant Carmen Campbell '15 was honored for her many accomplishments and aspirations by the Brentwood Home Page with the Student of the Week award.
Senior Allyson Collins was recently featured in The Tennessean for her service work overseas and at home.
Junior George Patrick won the pentathlon in the prestigious New Balance National Indoor Championships in New York.
Senior scholar athlete Jacob Cretin was named the Brentwood Home Page Student of the Week.
Musicians interested in auditioning for next year's jazz or rock band should contact Mr. Nygren. Auditions will be spread throughout quarter 4 this Spring.
The band faculty is offering a Blues class for interested instrumentalists in grades 8-12.
Five members of the BA Speech and Debate team qualified for this summer's National Speech and Debate Tournament which will be held in Dallas, TX.
Congratulations to senior Kendall Ryan, named the Brentwood Home Page Student of the Week.
Coach Carlton Flatt was honored with the Fred Russell Lifetime Achievement Award by the Nashville Sports Council.
The Lady Eagles basketball team won their second straight State title Saturday with a big win over Briarcrest.
Iron Eagles Robotics win VEX State Tournament and qualify for the World competition in April.
Boys' basketball earns 5th state championship title in a major comeback.
Kanakuk Kamps is sponsoring a "Mom's Lunch Out" for moms in the Nashville area on March 10, from 12:00-1:30 PM at Brentwood Academy. The guest speaker for the free event is Joe White, president of Kanakuk Kamps and founder of Kids Across America in Branson, Missouri.
With over 30 schools in attendance from the state of Tennessee and Kentucky, Brentwood Academy won 1st place in Individual Events Team Sweepstakes at the Smoky Mountain Invitational, hosted by Carson-Newman University.
The middle school girls' basketball team won the 4A division finals of the TNT State Tournament this weekend.
BA Robotics, girls' basketball, boys' basketball, and middle school girls' basketball all claimed State titles on February 28. Meanwhile, the Speech and Debate team captured the sweepstakes at the Smoky Mountain state tournament. GREAT day at BA!
Congratulations to our "mathletes" on the math team for placing at the February contest: 5th place—Noah Franks, precalculus;8th place—Thomas Koch, precalculus; 14th place—Michael Dennison, precalculus; 14th place—Sarah Edwards, Algebra II; 15th place—Michael Bowling, Algebra II
Boys host St. Benedict Saturday at 6:00 PM; girls host St. Agnes Sunday at 4:00 PM.
Senior dancer Maddie Parrish was named the Brentwood Home Page Student of the Week.
The Academy Singers will present their annual showcase at the Franklin Theatre on March 12 at 7:00 PM. Select speech and debate performances will also be featured in the showcase. Tickets are on sale now at
BA girls' swim record set at state meet.
Freshmen varsity basketball players Darius Garland and Sydni Harvey were announced as finalists for the Division II Class AA Mr. and Miss Basketball.
The 2015 TSSAA Hall of Fame inductees have been selected and former Brentwood Academy track and field coach Charlie Harper is amongst the eight new members.
Senior Mary Tate Bullion, a member of the honor society and Lady Eagles' soccer team, was named Student of the Week on the Brentwood Home Page.
Grant Glass participates in SEC Hockey Future Collegiate Showcase.
Brentwood Academy will again offer more than 50 enrichment opportunities this summer in the areas of athletics, academic, and fine arts. Camps are geared for students ages 5-18 and are open to anyone interested in registering.

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