Goodpasture High School students will experience an education that promotes spirituality, academics, and extra-curricular activities. A student's four years of high school will be interwoven with a spiritual fabric that is unmatched. Daily devotionals, Bible classes, small group devotionals, Bible study, and other activities such as the Fellowship of Christian Athletes lay a foundation for our students, which is enhanced by the spiritual leadership and example set forth by our caring faculty and staff. Our teachers use this foundation to teach our students and help them to reach their highest potential.
Goodpasture High School provides a variety of college preparatory and honors classes that promote lifelong learning. Our numerous Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment Classes provide our honors students with a challenging course load that enables them to earn up to 52 hours of college credit prior to graduation. Our student iPad program allows for our teachers to have the ability to institute and support best practices in technology integration. State of the art Biology, Chemistry, and Physics labs give our students the tools needed to explore, analyze, and predict information that promotes higher-level thinking.
Along with our spiritual and academic emphasis, Goodpasture High School provides engaging opportunities for students to become involved outside of the classroom. The arts are a very important part of the curriculum at Goodpasture. A variety of courses including instrumental music, marching band, concert band, AP music theory, theater arts, technical theater, visual arts, video production, audio production and chorus are offered to students. In addition, students participating in mock trial competitions learn about courtroom procedures and law practices; quiz bowl teams participate in challenging events that stretch the mind. Science Olympiad teams participate in a variety of tournaments each year. International and domestic travel opportunities are offered each year to enhance the academic experience of students enrolled at Goodpasture. Goodpasture athletic programs have produced numerous state championships over the years.
A variety of service opportunities are also scheduled for students to serve their community. The Student Council organizes our annual Food Drive and encourages all students in grades K-12 to bring food for our local food banks and church pantries. Our Beta Club is also active in creating ways for our students to serve by participating in projects such as Habitat for Humanity and the Ronald McDonald House. Leadership students are active in mentoring younger students on our campus and at Stratton and Amqui Elementary as well as serving at the Nashville Rescue Mission.
Overall, the Goodpasture High School experience is one that enables a student to grow in all aspects of their lives. It prepares young men and women for their college future and gives them the tools to be successful in years to come.
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