Welcome to Ironwood Academy. Ironwood Academy is a Christ-centered, non-denominational, college-preparatory middle and high school tutorial program for home-school students in grades 4-12. Grades 7-12 meet at the Nashville Korean Presbyterian Church and Grades 4-6 meet at the Church of the Advent Episcopal. Both campus locations are adjacent to one another on Franklin Pike in Nashville, Tennessee.
Alumni Spotlight: Mitch Parker
Congratulations to Ironwood Academy Alumni, Mitch Parker, who was recently accepted to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. During his time at Ironwood, Mitch was Student Council President and received the 2012 Outstanding Leadership Award.
Our Mission is to partner with parents who have made the important decision to home-school their children. Ironwood Academy offers core academic courses and certain electives taught by superior instructors who have experience teaching with a passion for their particular area of expertise.
Our Vision: We believe that parents are ultimately responsible for educating their children. We believe that parents have a God-given mandate, as well as the legal right, to ensure that their children receive excellent instruction in academic subjects. Parental responsibility extends not only to intellectual pursuits, but also to building a spiritual foundation, instilling a sense of social responsibility to others and nurturing the whole person, leading to emotional maturity and wisdom. We see Ironwood Academy as an extension—not a replacement—of what parents are already teaching and providing at home.