Entries by Kris Fuentes

Acros share Christmas

Madison Academy hosted the ladies and children from the Nashville Rescue Mission for an evening of dinner and entertainment on Sunday, December 11.  The Academy bus and vans picked up passengers outside the Rescue Mission on Sunday afternoon with the promise of good food, laughter, and the chance to see Santa. Upon arrival at Madison […]

Senior Capstone Class Welcomes Special Guests

Mr. Abner Fuentes, a Project Manager,(and Austin’s dad), shared his expertise and experience with first impressions, hardy handshakes, eye contact, and elevator pitches. The seniors then practiced their “elevator ride” while engaging in conversation with Mr. Fuentes (pictured with William Buzby). Following encouraging applause for student, the class gave honest, helpful critique. We are blessed to […]

The Madison Advantage

After noticing the amount of trash lining Larkin Springs road as they travel to and from school, the Junior Class knew they had a choice… Complain or Act. So, they strapped on orange vests. Armed with trash grabbers and bags, they took on the neighborhood. Devoted Servants. That was their choice. That is the Madison […]

Alum Returns for Student-Teaching Experience

Colton Eldred , graduate of MA’s Class of 2013, returns to campus this quarter as a Student Teacher.  “Mr. Eldred” (a title some of our students are finding hard to remember) is observing and co-teaching history classes as part of his training through Southern Adventist University’s School of Education. In just one week, he is already […]

Career Counseling for Junior Students

David Beamish, a Licensed Professional Counselor and Marriage and Family Therapist, met with each of our junior students this week for an individualized review of the results of two comprehensive personality and career assessments designed to help our students make decisions about their future. We are excited to help position our students to thrive in college […]

Mission Trip 2018

Twenty-two Madison Academy students gave up their spring break to travel half way across the country to Houston in order to serve strangers. Although Hurricane Harvey hit six months ago, there are still people displaced and front lawns are still littered with flood damaged debris waiting to be hauled away. The needs are overwhelming in […]

Walk WITH & Pray UP

More than 30 students and faculty gathered in the gazebo yesterday from 10 AM to 10:17 AM to remember the 17 students killed in Parkland High School. They prayed for the families of the teenagers who lost their lives and for the high school students and staff who are still coping and recovering from the […]

Serious About Safety

We are saddened by the events in Florida and too many other places where violence is entering schools. We also want you to know several weeks ago, our principal toured the campus with a representative from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations to discuss our risk, our current practices and the necessary steps to take in the […]