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Academy News

  • Brittany T. Paschall named first dean of intercultural development

    “As an institution, we aren’t afraid to ask questions about our direction, and Brittany is willing to partner with us to take the necessary steps to achieve our goals,” stated Bruce.

  • Coach Dilfer reveals new helmets, uniforms for football program

    Player protection is the utmost importance to Coach Dilfer. That's why he and his wife, Cassandra Dilfer, covered the costs of VICIS ZERO1 helmets for the Lipscomb Academy football team.

  • Lipscomb Academy named top primary school in nation for energy education

    Lipscomb Academy’s lower school is making an impact in energy education and in teaching young students environmental stewardship Green Team program.

  • Lipscomb Academy announces new faculty, administrative hires for 2019-20 academic year

    With the beginning of each academic year the Lipscomb Academy community welcomes new students who are starting their educational journeys as Mustangs as well as new faculty, staff and administrators.

  • Lipscomb Academy to offer global learning travel courses for high school credit

    At Lipscomb Academy we view the city as our campus and the world as our classroom.

  • Lipscomb Academy first high school in Tennessee to use VICIS ZERO1 helmets on every football player

    New Lipscomb Academy head football coach Trent Dilfer makes personal commitment to player protection with investment in top-ranked VICIS ZERO1 helmets.

  • Lead donors for Brewer campus expansion gather for ground-breaking

    Lipscomb Academy teachers, students, board members and supporters gathered Thursday for a special ground-breaking ceremony for the forthcoming Brewer Campus expansion, the first phase of an expected $25 million project to bring 21st century learning facilities to the lower campus at Granny White Pike and Harding Place.

  • Lipscomb Academy Hosts Third Annual Partner in Education

    Lipscomb Academy is excited to welcome author, education consultant, and teacher Trevor Muir to campus January 7, 2019, for our third annual Partner in Education event.