Impacting lives is at the heart of the Currey Ingram experience. No one knows this better than our community, and we are so fortunate to have the generous support of those committed to our school’s mission.
Together, We Can
It is through the philanthropy of our donors that we provide life-changing, personalized instruction to support students with learning differences. Currey Ingram Academy’s annual fund allows us to continue to broaden our academic programs, enhance our enrichment opportunities, and deepen our commitment to being a community and national resource for individuals with learning differences. Each year, we ask for 100% parent participation to support Currey Ingram Academy through a gift that is personally meaningful.

A gift to the Currey Ingram Annual Fund is the first and most important gift we ask of every trustee, parent, grandparent, alumni, faculty/staff member, and friend because it is the foundation of the school’s giving program. Last year, we:
  • Offered $2.88 million in financial assistance to approximately 44% of the student body;
  • Supported teacher compensation and professional development in order to retain the top teachers and strengthen their teaching practice on topics such as social-emotional learning through Yale's Center for Emotional Intelligence RULER approach, executive functioning in and out of the classroom, Self-Regulated Strategy Development (SRSD), the science of reading instruction via AIM Pathways, Thinking Maps, CPR Training, REWARDS reading program training, Texas Instrument training, math Instruction, and training for the struggling reader;
  • Through the Annette Eskind Institute of Learning, offered 13 virtual educational seminars and events for parents and professionals to strengthen the community’s understanding of learning differences, foster life-long learning, and provide valuable professional education;
  • Supported the continued use of technology throughout campus, including the Makerspace, 1:1 iPad program (grades K-4), and 1:1 Chromebook computer program (grades 5-12);
  • Enabled the Fine Arts Department to produce "Our Town" and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and also supported the Upper School broadcasting students in the creation of bi-monthly episodes of CIA News;
  • Provided 72% of 5th-12th grade student-athletes an opportunity to enhance skills and improve in areas of physical, social and emotional development in a no-cut environment.
And so much more...
With your support, this year will be no different. Our students will continue to reach and exceed personalized goals. Our teachers will feel supported and prepared with the latest evidence-based training. Grant-making agencies and foundations will recognize our community’s commitment and will be more inclined to support our programs. Currey Ingram will continue to stand apart in every way.
 
Make your gift to the Currey Ingram Annual Fund and make an immediate impact today!

Beyond the Annual Fund
The Currey Ingram Academy Endowment
The endowments at Currey Ingram are investments developed to provide long-term financial security and to offer annual income to support important initiatives in perpetuity. Many of the dollars are directed to specific uses and only the interest from the fund can be spent; the principle serves as an anchor for the endowment. Today, our endowment supports financial aid programs, faculty professional development, faculty compensation, and facilities and operations.
 
Capital and Restricted Gifts
Capital and restricted gifts are designated to a specific purpose which can include a building project, campus enhancement or academic program. These gifts have an incredible impact on Currey Ingram Academy and its community.
 
Planned Giving:  The 1968 Society
Planned Giving, also known as legacy giving, is an arrangement for a future gift that is commonly disbursed through a will or a trust. These gifts have potential tax benefits to donors and are offered in many creative ways. To learn more about planned giving opportunities at Currey Ingram Academy, please visit our Planned Giving information.

Did you know?

100% of the money raised in the annual fund goes directly to student support and programming?

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Currey Ingram Academy is an exemplary K-12 day and boarding school that empowers students with learning differences to reach their fullest potential. Since 2002, the school has been located on an 83-acre campus in Brentwood, Tenn., 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).