Join our athletic, arts booster clubs 

Support our student artists, thespians, and athletes by joining Tiger Arts Patrons and Tiger Club. Membership for each booster club is $100 for the entire family for 2023-2024 and includes admission to most events as well as a special gift.
By Juanita I.C. Traughber, Director of Marketing & Communications

Tiger Arts Patrons is the booster club supporting our visual and performing arts students. Membership is $100 per family per year and includes admission to our music, dance, and theater performances. Better known as TAP, this booster club provides a supportive community for our artists, enhances exciting extracurricular programming, and facilitates the acquisition of special items that may not fit into the school’s operating budget. Everyone in your household will enjoy free admission to all USN arts events — music, dance, theater, and visual arts (including off-campus performances) — excluding Student Theatre Guild performances.

Tiger Club is our athletic booster club and guarantees member families access to home games year-round. Tiger Club helps pay for upgrades to our athletic facilities, coordinates concessions sales, and sponsors sports recognition evenings. Membership helps enhance programs, venues, and recognition for our student-athletes. Tiger Club contributions over the past few years have enabled the purchase of the River Campus pavilion, bleachers, scoreboards, and dugout benches; cardio machines for the Fitness Center; and banners and record boards to recognize our athletes' successes. Tiger Club family memberships also allow USN to provide concessions at USN’s Sperling and Cheek Gyms; fund sports recognition evenings for Middle and High School athletes after each season; and offer you free admission to all regular season sports games at USN, so you can come out and cheer on our teams.

Both booster clubs are supported by USNA and run by parent volunteers. Stay tuned for more information on special gifts for families who join each booster club this academic year.

More USN News

List of 3 news stories.

  • School doors locked beginning November 27

    Following Thanksgiving Break, all exterior doors will remain locked when school is in session — as per state law (Tennessee Code § 49-6-817). All families, vendors, and other guests must ring the doorbell at the 19th Avenue entrance and present an ID to enter USN. We also will welcome Sgt. Anthony Jones and Cpl. Robert Gibson as School Resource Officers patrolling the Edgehill Campus and the River Campus.
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  • During the winter, USN offers basketball, swimming, hockey, and cheerleading to Middle and High School students.

    Support winter sports through Tiger Club

    Join our athletic booster known as Tiger Club for access to this season's basketball, swimming, and hockey games and to support all teams at USN. Membership is $100/year per household and can be purchased here. Tiger Club helps pay for upgrades to our athletic facilities, coordinates concessions sales, and sponsors sports recognition evenings. And save these dates:
    - Friday, December 8 for Spirit Night
    - the week of January 9-12, 2024 for Homecoming
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  • Artclectic 2023 Chairs Sarah Bishop, Jennie Zagnoev ’02, and Angie Howard  in Sperling Gym turned art gallery.

    Artclectic volunteers celebrate 3rd most successful year

    The Artclectic 2023 chairs recruited talented committee volunteers, selected participating artists, solicited sponsors, planned parties, and ensured that there was something for everyone at our annual art show. The result: in its 27-year history, only two shows resulted in more sales than Artclectic 2023.
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USN Mission: 
University School of Nashville models the best educational practices. In an environment that represents the cultural and ethnic composition of Metropolitan Nashville, USN fosters each student’s intellectual, artistic, and athletic potential, valuing and inspiring integrity, creative expression, a love of learning, and the pursuit of excellence.