The school delivers on its mission by providing:
• Small classes (average of 4.5:1 student-teacher ratio school-wide)
• Evidence-based instruction
• Individualized learning plans (ILPs) for every student
• Strong, no-cut arts, athletics and extracurricular activities
• Occupational therapists & speech-language pathologists on staff in K-8
• Social-emotional and executive functioning skill development
• Personalized college preparation and counseling
• Between 350-400 students in grades K-12
• Our Residential Life (boarding) program serves students in grades 9-12.
Who We Serve:
Average-to-above-average intellectual ability, commonly serving students with:
- Language-based learning challenges
- Dyslexia, dyscalculia and dysgraphia
- Executive functioning and processing deficits
- High-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Mild anxiety disorders
Approximately $3.6 million in financial assistance was awarded in 2021-22 to 44 percent of the student body.
• 1968: The school was founded as Westminster School of Nashville (WSN).
• 2002: The school was renamed Currey Ingram Academy and moved to its current location.