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As part of our non-profit, non-denominational Christian school experience, we work with children from grades 3k through 12th to build an enduring foundation of character, compassion, and integrity. See Our Mission
"Founded in 1986, Special Kids and Families helps families with special needs children have a better understanding of their child's unique needs and abilities and equips the family with strategies and techniques to bring their child to his or her full potential. For 23 years, the organization has remained true to their goal, serving about 2,000 children throughout its history.
After discussing our different service opportunities, we realized Special Kids and Families had enough flexibility for us to serve with them, even with our challenging schedules. The information we got from both Ms. Stephanie Phillips, the Executive Director, and Ms. Dynisha Woods, the Director of Special Events and Marketing, showed that they have a variety of areas they could use assistance in, and through helping them, we can help these kids. We were able to help with advertising their fall fundraiser, the Plane Pull, as well as being on site the day of the event."
Junior Madison Cranford was elected President of the Tennessee Association of Student Councils for next school year at the TASC State Convention in Knoxville.
Senior Matt Moody was named Commercial Appeal Best of the Preps for Boys' Basketball.
At the State Convention, the Middle School Student Council received the Four Star Award, while Brittany Hall won the Middle School Speech Competition.
Senior McKenzie Brower was named a Commercial Appeal C-Spire Academic All-Star for English and Literature.
Senior Kendall Seering signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her volleyball career at the University of Memphis as a preferred walk-on.
TRA hosted its annual school-wide Art Show and awarded ribbons in the categories of Painting, Mixed Media, Drawing, and Photography.
Senior Jordan Collins was named Student of the Month by the South Tipton County Chamber of Commerce for the month of March.
From April 1-3, TRA hosted five visiting team members from around the southeast as part of this year's accreditation process. The team read TRA's self-study report and met with students, parents, faculty, and administration over the course of the three days. At the end of the visit, the team voted unanimously to recommend TRA for the five-year accreditation; this process grants dual accreditation through both the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) through 2019. Thank you to all of the parents and students who took part in this year's self-study.