Ayla Acra '27, Basil Broemel '28, Liam Mooney '28, and Ruchika Ramachandran '27 got USN off to a great start by winning their first match while Charlie Blau '27, Lucia Gellert '27, Karsen Puzniak '27, and Aaron Raney '27 had a first-round bye. When the two teams met up for lunch, they discovered they had enjoyed enormous success, with both teams going 3-1. NAQT rewards this success by giving the teams increasingly difficult competition in the afternoon and both teams ended the first day at 4-4. Against such stiff competition, it is impressive to go 4-4. To have two teams go 4-4 from our school demonstrates the extraordinary depth of the USN's Middle School team.
The teams continued their success on the second day. When they were reunited they discovered that both teams had gone 3-1. The players thank the many parents who joined them, helped keep them fed, cheered their many fast buzzes.
Lower School naturalists experienced a total of 187 nature-based experiences, including journeys, forest days, canoe and kayak adventures, and nature study lessons here on campus during the 2022-2023 academic year.
University School of Nashville invites all public, private, and charter high school students and their families to meet admissions officers from historically Black colleges & universities and "The Guide to College for Black Families" authors Tim Fields and Shereem Herndon-Brown.