Happening Now at Benton Hall Academy:
5th Annual Food For Thought
Friday, March 3rd, 2017
Purchase tickets at: Food For Thought 2017
On the first Friday in March BHA will host a wonderful evening with tastings from top restaurants from around Middle Tennessee, drinks, an impressive silent auction, a wine pull, and live music. This is our largest and most important fundraiser of the year and would not be possible without the help of our volunteers and generous sponsors. If you are able to help please visit our Annual Fundraiser – Food for Thought page for more information.
We are now located at:
The Nashville Korean Presbyterian Church
5555 Franklin Pike
The school is celebrating 39 years of serving students who excel in a non-traditional academic environment made up of smaller classrooms, low student-teacher ratios, and where the curriculum is unique to each student.
One student stated, “Just because I can’t do it the way you can, doesn’t mean I can’t do it!
On Tuesday, October 11th, Benton Hall Academy was welcomed by Mayor Megan Barry back to Davidson County. BHA is so thankful to have had Mayor Barry, Vice Mayor Briley and Oak Hill Mayor Heidi Campbell in attendance along with board members, staff, students, families, former students, the Nashville Korean Presbyterian Church pastors, and community members.
The BHA Admission Office is still accepting applications for the 2016-2017 school year for grades 3-12.
For more information, to request an interview with Jimmy Purcell, Head of School, or schedule a tour please call 615-791-6467.
BHA meets and exceeds all state requirements and is accredited by SACS and approved by the State of Tennessee.