Madison Academy is offering three classes this summer. Algebra II, taught by Mr. Mosher, has been a regular part of the summer curriculum. Another math seminar will be offered this summer and is labeled Mathematics Transitions. The seminar will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 9 through July 9 (except June 18), from 8am till noon. The instructor is Mr. Johnson and the seminar is for students entering grades 8 or 9 and is a review of key topics of basic math and pre-algebra skills to help secure a foundations for Algebra 1. No high school credit is issued for this review course. Finally, there will be a Study Skills Boot Camp taught by Mrs. Fuentes. It will meet Monday thru Thursday, July 27-30 8am to noon. A $50 credit will be applied to the 1st month of tuition at Madison Academy after successfully completing this course. This is for students entering 9-12th grade. No high school credit is issued for this course. For more information or to download a brochure click here.
Madison Academy invites you to the annual Night of Knights Athletic Awards Banquet on Sunday, May 3 at 5 PM in the Madison Campus Church Fellowship Hall (607 Larkin Springs in Madison). Rod Reed, TSU’s Head Football Coach will be our guest speaker, followed by an award ceremony for our athletes. Tickets for the dinner and program are $25/person. Proceeds support the Athletic Department. Purchase your tickets online at MadisonAcademy.com or call 615.865.4055 to reserve them.
Madison Academy’s Athletic Department is hosting March Madness All Night Basketball Tournament on March 28 beginning at 7:30 PM (Captains meeting at 7:15 PM). Teams must have 2 ladies on the court at all time. Cost: $10/player. Sign up by emailing aadams@MadisonAcademy.com or call 615.878.9769
The Madison Academy co-ed soccer team started its season with a 6-0 win over Lancaster. Follow the team here with this link.
Madison Academy had been effected by all the ice, sleet and snow that has hit the southern states. Because of the terrible road conditions and unusually low temperatures combined with the desire to keep our families and young drivers safe, school was again closed March 5 and 6. During the week of February 16 the same wintery conditions of ice on the roads with snow as a top layer made travel hazardous. The Metro government declared an emergency and asked people not to be out on the roads and asked business in the area to use a skeleton staff. This latest storm comes one day before our students and staff leave on the Madison Global Missions project in Panama. We are praying for safe travels, no injuries on the work-site and God’s blessing for those being served and our team.