Over the summer, BGA faculty, staff, students -- and even some recent alumni -- attended the 2021 Tearing Down the Walls Conference for independent private schools. Throughout the conference, faculty and staff participated in interactive sessions on equity, antiracism, inclusion, and community, while students participated in their own program designed to identify and develop the qualities necessary to become leaders and bridge builders in any environment.
In-class instruction for visual and performing arts begins in kindergarten. Students expound upon those interests during after-school programming, from short courses to private and small group lessons to performance groups and large-scale productions.
The BGA Athletics Department and BGA Legends Youth Leagues provide kindergarten through 12th grade students with opportunities to play competitive team sports. Students are encouraged to participate in as many athletic activities as they desire and that are practical for the student and the school.
For 133 years, BGA has been the educational leader in Williamson County, and with those 133 years comes a number of traditions that connect Wildcats across generations.
Students in kindergarten through 12th grade participate in service-learning projects, earning community service hours as they develop a better understanding of what it means to be a good citizen and the value of meaningful, respectful service to others.
BGA junior and member of The Artist Project dance company, Sophie Ketchum, was awarded a VIP Senior Dance Scholarship at Break the Floor Productions’ National Jump Dance Convention in Atlanta, Ga.
Please join us in congratulating BGA seniors Aiden Cloud and Jimmy Shi who have been named Commended Students in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program.
BGA sophomores Wayland Adkisson and Daniel Summers have qualified for the Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School National Championship after a masterful performance at the 2020 Mossy Oak Fishing Bassmaster High School Series at Lake Cumberland in early October. The national championship is a three-day tournament and scheduled to be held October 22-24 at Kentucky Lake.