Click on the links below to read more about our Mustang Athletics traditions and history.

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  • Affiliation

    Currey Ingram Academy competes independently for all school athletics. We will compete against both local, in-state, and out-of-state schools, including public, private, and independent institutions.
    As an independent athletic organization, we will adhere to all sport rules set out by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS).  We have academic eligibility guidelines set by each Division and will abide by TSSAA recommendations for age/grade level participation.

    Contact Reid McFadden if you have any questions.
  • Fight Song

    "Fight, Mustangs, Fight" was launched as the official fight song for Currey Ingram Academy in January 2020.  CLICK HERE for a video highlighting some of our Mustang coaches singing our fight song.
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  • Colors

    Mustang Athletics student-athletes and coaches use the school colors of green, gold, black and white.
  • Mascot

    In the fall of 2002, the Mustang became the new mascot for the school, as a way to celebrate the school’s move to its current 83-acre campus (formerly a Mustang farm). The Mustang mascot is representative of the determined yet free spirit of the school’s student-athletes.

    An all-school vote was held in the fall of 2020 to officially name the Mustang mascot MURRAY!
  • Recent Themes

    Together We Can (2022-2023)
    mUStang (2021-2022)
    Family (2020-2021)
    All In (2019-2020)
    Legacy (2018-2019)
    Mustang Mentality (2017-2018)
    Mustang Nation (2016-2017)
    Build It (2015-2016)
    We Are Mustangs (2014-15)
    Mustang Power (2013-14)
    It’s A Mustang Thing (2012-13)
  • Excellence in Coaching Award Recipients

    2023- Keith Henck
    2022- Ty Avolio
    2021-Jason Church
    2020-Ryne Anderson
    2019-Joel Shrum
    2018-Reid McFadden
    2017-Lacy Ezell
    2016-Eric Vinson
    2015-James Hayden
    2014-Ashley Kemper
    2013-Jana Baggett
    2012-Chuck Seay
  • Athlete of the Year

    Mustang Athletics awards the Mustang Male and Female Athlete of the Year each May.  Below are a list of recipients.

    Female & Male Athletes of the Year:
    2023- Sydney Korn & Brendan Greene
    2022- Sydney Korn & James Smith
    2021-Reagan Kidwell & Taiyou Ishii
    2020-Cates Davis & Truman Christie-Mizell
    2019-Caroline Christie-Mizell & Truman Christie-Mizell
    2018-Helen Pandey & Christian Ahlstrand
    2017-Helen Pandey, Jake Grader & Sam Payne
    2016-Kaitlyn Bean & Isaac Hanai
    2015-Kirsten Hrynewich & Jake Grader
    2014-Joy Dodd & Isaac Hanai
    2012-Ellen Mazzone, Ben Leathers & Wayne Hendrix
    2011-Jaci Tempkins & Ben Leathers
    2010-Taylor Floyd, Kelly Kerlin & Matt Holloway
    2009-Kelly Kerlin, Nate Johnston & Ron Sermons
    2008-Whitney Round & Manning Welty
    2007-Kelly Kerlin & Nate Johnston
    2006-Kelly Kerlin & Ethan Hill
    2005-Kelly Kerlin & Nate Johnston
    2004-Samantha Mayden & Josh Townsend
    2003-Amelia Ingle & Matt Clements
  • Championships

    Mustang Athletics is the proud home to fourteen conference championship teams. Conference championships to date include:
    • 2004* - MS Golf
    • 2004* - Varsity Golf
    • 2005* - MS Girls' Cross Country
    • 2005* - MS Volleyball 
    • 2008 - MS Girls’ Basketball 
    • 2008 - MS Soccer
    • 2011 - Varsity Boys’ Cross Country
    • 2012 - MS Boys Golf
    • 2014 - MS Tennis
    • 2014 - Varsity Tennis
    • 2014 - MS Boys’ Cross Country
    • 2015 - MS Tennis
    • 2017 - MS Tennis
    • 2017 - Varsity Tennis
    *Previous conference affiliated conference championship, not MTAC affiliated.
    2008-2017 Championships are from the Middle Tennessee Athletic Conference

    West Nashville Sports League Music City Bowl Flag Football Champions - Middle School

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Currey Ingram Academy is an exemplary PreK-12 day and boarding school that empowers students with learning differences to achieve their fullest potential. Since 2002, the school has been located on an 83-acre campus in Brentwood, Tennessee, just miles from Nashville and Franklin. Families from 33 states and eight countries cite the school as their primary reason for moving to Middle Tennessee.

Currey Ingram Academy is accredited by the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS) and AdvancEd/Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI).