Congratulations to Spence Jones '16, who participated in the NCAA College Football Playoff, representing the University of Oklahoma in the Peach Bowl.
Franklin Road Academy has named Jay Salato as its new head of upper school. Salato will transition from his current role of upper school dean of student life beginning July 1, 2020. He will replace Prentice Stabler, who will remain at FRA, serving as associate head of school.
Stacey (Tharp) Davenport ‘95 was the first woman ever to be elected to lead the County’s prosecutor’s office in Chesterfield County, Virginia.
LOUISE PHILLIPS FORBES '81
Sales Broker, Halstead Real Estate
"Whether I’m working in luxury residential sales or a new development project, I enjoy building relationships and being an educator instead of a salesperson. I’m proud to serve as a trusted resource with a reputation for my market knowledge, passion, and professionalism." Read more
ANDREW '07 AND CHASE '07
"When we were 14, our parents told us that if we wanted cars when we turned 16, we had to pay for them ourselves. We decided to start an auto detailing company, Extreme Detailers, where we built a large customer base throughout Nashville/Brentwood. Most clients were in Chase’s parents’ neighborhood, so we would walk to each client every weekend and sometimes before school. By the time we turned 16, we were able to afford the cars we wanted." Read more
Paulie Allen '90
"This academy has been, at the core, instrumental in me getting out and having some success in the business world. So, when I think of giving back to FRA, I want to give back to the place that helped me get to where I am today." Read more
FRA ALUMNI, THIS WILL ALWAYS BE YOUR SCHOOL. -FRA HEAD OF SCHOOL SEAN CASEY
The campus has grown and buildings have changed, but the heart of FRA remains the same. Your investment in the FRA Annual Fund ensures that current and future generations have a full FRA student experience. Join FRA alumni, parents of alumni, current parents, grandparents, and friends in supporting your school.