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St. Paul Christian Academy

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St. Paul Christian Academy

St. Paul Christian Academy
5035 Hillsboro Pike
Nashville, Tennessee 37215
Type Private
Religious affiliation(s) Christian
Denomination Founded by Methodists
Established 1971
Head of school Kenneth C. Cheeseman
Grades JK6
Team name Saints
Accreditation SACS

St. Paul Christian Academy is an independent school located in Nashville, Tennessee serving grades junior kindergarten through sixth grade. The school was started in 1971 by St. Paul Southern Methodist Church (now St. Paul Community Church).


  • History 1
  • Mission Statement 2
  • References 3
  • External Links 4


St. Paul was founded in 1971 with 118 students from kindergarten to sixth grade. It expanded to include seventh to ninth grades from 1972 to 1975 but the school administration decided to focus on lower grades and St. Paul became a K-6 school in 1981.[1]

Mission Statement

St. Paul Christian Academy integrates academic excellence with a passion for Christ to develop a strong foundation for young leaders who uniquely shape the world in which they live.


  1. ^ History

External Links

  • School Website

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