Given the rise of COVID-19 cases, University School of Nashville is postponing the start of Evening Classes.
Given the rise of COVID-19 cases, University School of Nashville is postponing the start of Evening Classes. Please visit eveningclasses.org on Thursday, January 20 to view the course catalog or email email@example.com to be added to our email list & receive updates directly in your inbox. Thank you for your patience as we look to balance our desire to hold in-person learning opportunities with the complications the omicron variant brings. We appreciate your continued support of this program to add to our need-based scholarship endowment for K-12 students.
USN Evening Classes are a collection of fun, educational, and enriching opportunities to learn from local professionals, entrepreneurs, and restaurateurs as well as USN faculty and staff. These one-day workshops, tours, and one-on-one instruction are for the greater Nashville community with class fees covering materials and benefiting USN's financial aid endowment. Registration opens Thursday, January 27.
Congratulations to Arts Department Co-Chair Trent Boysen and MS & HS Visual Arts Teacher Emily Holt on being selected for the Frist Art Museum’s upcoming exhibit, “Nashville Art Teachers: Beyond the Classroom.”
Join us for a parent education event featuring Jessica Lahey, best-selling author of "The Gift of Failure," as she explores how to raise "healthy kids" in a culture of dependence. USNA is co-hosting this event — at 7 p.m. on Zoom — with several other Nashville independent schools. Registration is required to receive the Zoom link.