FRA students, faculty, and staff gathered Monday to honor veterans who have served our country, including nine alumni currently on active duty.
FRA News and Events
Three students from Guatemala are studying at FRA for the next seven weeks thanks to a partnership with Faces & Our Cultures.
Each year Guatemalan students travel to Nashville to live with an FRA host family and study here during their summer vacation. While they are at FRA, the students -- Raúl, Cristy, and Nico -- will learn about American customs and practice their English.
Franklin Road Academy inducted 24 students into the National Junior Honor Society Oct. 23 recognizing their excellence in knowledge, scholarship, leadership, character, citizenship, and service.
We are blessed to have students with Down syndrome as a part of our FRA community.
The Heart to Heart program provides a challenging educational experience for students with Down syndrome in an inclusive, integrated Christian community, with an unwavering commitment to developing the full academic and social potential of each student.
The FRA Boys Cross Country team is headed to the TSSAA State Championship after finishing as Regional Runnerup during the final meet of the regular season.
The FRA community will gather for Service Saturday, November 23 from 9-11 a.m., in an effort to pack 25,000 meals in 2 hours.
Franklin Road Academy inducted seven students into the state’s first – and only – International Robotics Honor Society chapter this week. The chapter is one of only 29 in the U.S.
The International Robotics Honor Society was founded to recognize individual students who meet specified criteria within the areas of scholarship, leadership, personal character, community service, and, of course, robotics. The Society aims to encourage more students to strive toward academic excellence in the STEM fields, provide service and character development opportunities and to encourage participation in robotics programs.
Congratulations to seniors Ava Ackerman, Ryan Pierce, Campbell Jeffrey, and Stephen Hohnholt for being recognized as Commended Scholars by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
The National Merit Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships. Approximately 1.6 million high school students enter the program each year, and to be named a Commended Scholar, you must be one of the 50,000 entrants who have the highest PSAT/NMSQT Selection Index scores.