2018-2019 OPEN POSITIONS
Please send resume, college transcript, application, and a listing of references to: Courtney Burnette, Head of School
Responsibilities include but are not limited to safeguarding cash, student rosters and ID numbers, computer data, and reconciling cash daily. Candidate must also submit a background check to be eligible for hire. Employment applications may be picked up from the front office or can be downloaded from the Fayette Academy website here.
Fayette Academy Recognizes Outstanding ACT Achievement
Fayette Academy, a college preparatory school in Somerville, Tennessee, inducts new students each year to the ACT 30+ Club. The 30+ Club is made up of two groups: students who have scored a 30+ composite ACT score and students who have scored a 30+ on at least one subtest of the ACT. During the February test, several students were inducted to the ACT 30+ Club. Read more here…
Fayette Academy Ecology Club Wins Hunters For the Hungry State Award
Tennessee Wildlife Federation’s Hunters for the Hungry program recognized Fayette Academy’s Ecology Club for their outstanding dedication providing venison to Fayette County families in need. This group of over forty high school students donated the most service hours in the state of Tennessee. Read more here…
Fayette Academy plans to add a designated three-year-old class for the 2018-2019 school year. If interested, click here to contact Charlotte Karcher or call us at 901-465-3241.
Fayette Academy College Signing Day
On Thursday, April 26, 2018, Fayette Academy hosted a College Signing Day to celebrate the senior class of 2018 making the important decision to enroll in college and pursue their dreams. College Signing Day allowed each senior to publicly proclaim and celebrate their postsecondary plans. Read more here…
Volunteer Tennessee is intended to provide recognition for K-12 schools (both private and public) engaged in volunteerism and service. The seal of approval program provides an opportunity for schools to be recognized for outstanding work in the area of service, service-learning, and volunteerism. This program is supported by Volunteer Tennessee, the state service commission, and provides an opportunity for schools to be recognized for outstanding work in the area of service, service-learning, & volunteerism. The schools receiving recognition are Dickson County High School, Fayette Academy, Ivy Academy of Chattanooga, Union Elementary STEM and the University School of Nashville.