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Academy News

  • Life of a servant: Neika Brewer Stephens, a Lipscomb legacy 

    Neika Brewer Stephens, now in her second 12-year term as a Lipscomb University Board of Trustee, has a passion for Lipscomb Academy and is deeply rooted within the Lipscomb family.

  • Jerrod Niemann featured guest in Lipscomb Academy pre-football game community festival Sept. 20

    Lipscomb Academy is the place to be for football in Friday nights!

  • Former British semi-professional soccer player, coach Ryan Bouch named first director of soccer

    Lipscomb Academy Mustang athletics is leading the way in developing student athletes mind, body and soul

  • The Voice’s Ele Ivory featured artist at pre-game community festival THIS FRIDAY, Aug. 30

    Football season is underway at Lipscomb Academy and the Nashville community is invited to share in the excitement! And another exciting evening of family-friendly entertainment is planned for Aug. 30.

  • Music City Mustang Stampede to feature Sheryl Crow, Lipscomb Academy football team and new head coach Trent Dilfer

    It’s football time at Lipscomb Academy and the Nashville community is invited to share in the excitement!

  • 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 University basketball and track and field record-holder hired as human performance instructor

    “We are excited about... the passion she brings for educating mind, body and soul of each student."

  • Corporate executive, education leader Allen Long to lead Lipscomb Academy Upper School

    Lipscomb Academy is committed to caring for mind, body and soul to prepare its students for collegiate and global experiences leading to a lifetime of learning and serving.

  • Nicole Shaub Cook hired as consultant to the Lipscomb Academy office of college counseling

    “Students have choices and responsibilities in regards to their college experiences; however, they need to be educated in order to choose the colleges best matched with their passions and talents.”

  • 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.