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Academy News

  • Veteran Educator, Administrator Chosen as Assistant Head of Middle School

    Lipscomb Academy announced Crystal Hastings, Ed.D., an educator with 23 years of experience, as assistant head of middle school effective July 6, 2020.

  • Educator, Administrator, Leader Promoted to Associate Head of Upper School

    Lipscomb Academy announced that Jesse Savage, recent dean of academics and faculty development, has been named associate head of upper school effective June 1.

  • Veteran Educator, Former Corporate Logistics Administrator Named Assistant Head of Upper School

    An 18-year veteran educator, coach and former Washington Redskins linebacker, Ken Robinson has been named assistant head of upper school effective July 7.

  • Former Interim Head of School Named to Newly Created Position Associate Head of Middle School and Mustang Life

    Lipscomb Academy announced effective June 1, former interim head of school Casey Farris has been named associate head of middle school and mustang life, a newly created position.

  • Former NCAA Division I Basketball Athlete, State Champion Coach Named Girls’ Varsity Basketball Coach

    Lipscomb Academy announces Becky Starks as the girls’ varsity basketball coach. A former all-time three-point leader at the University of Mississippi, Starks’ career of coaching basketball spans 19 years.

  • Veteran Three-Time State Championship Coach Named Boys’ Basketball Head Coach

    Lipscomb Academy welcomes Kevin Starks as head coach for the boys’ basketball program. A collegiate student-athlete at Abilene Christian University, Starks brings 22 years of leadership and coaching to the court.

  • Senior Year Interrupted

    Honestly, this was nothing like the senior year I had hoped for over the past four years of high school. If you had asked me what I was expecting my senior year to be like when I was a freshman, I would have told you that it would be the best year of my life.