Fine and Performing Arts

At FRA, the arts are a priority, and our arts offerings complement our intellectual, athletics, and spiritual pursuits, lending a creative outlet to let students' minds solve problems in unexpected new ways.

Our students are encouraged to explore various forms of art as they progress through middle and upper school, and many of our graduates are pursuing their artistic passions in college and beyond.

Vocal Arts

Dance Program


Visual Arts



Art News

Little Women Production

Louisa May Alcott’s beloved story of “Little Women” is brought to life on stage by our upper school students. Filled with adventure, heartbreak, and hope, these little women find their voices with joyful songs, memorable characters, and a big-hearted message. Join us in the FRA Theater tonight through Saturday to cheer on our upper school students in this fantastic production!

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Multiple students gather on stage to accept their awards granted by an inclusive christian middle school in Nashville, TN.

On May 3, 2022 nineteen Franklin Road Academy’s Department of Fine Arts hosted the annual FRAnkie Awards ceremony for upper school students in the Scarlett Family Chapel. The FRAnkie Awards are a time-honored tradition at FRA celebrating the hard work and dedication put forth by upper school fine arts students throughout the year. Equivalent to the Oscars or Grammys, we are so proud of each of these upper school students and the hard work they have put into each of their crafts.

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Student Spotlight: Emerson Hood

I have so much fun designing earrings! I love being able to make new designs, use different combinations, and choose different stones. After being gifted an earring-making kit for my birthday two years ago, I found my love for making jewelry. After a few different designs, I had lots of people asking me for a pair of earrings. I was selling them at camp, to family members, and even just friends who saw them. My projects were really doing well so I decided it was time to start a business!

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