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Our staff has been involved in home education for many years, and do not take for granted the opportunity we have to minister to other families who are teaching their children at home.

Aaron Academy is committed to assisting those parents who have decided to home educate their children, to encourage them to train their students in the fear and admonition of the Lord, and to help them teach their kids to attain the highest academic standards.

Guidelines, policies, and services have been designed to encourage a first-rate education, founded on the precepts of the Word of God.

Aaron Academy is a member of the Tennessee Alliance of Church-Related Schools. Our on-staff Chaplain is Rev. Gary H. Ferrell (USAF, Ret.).

Our Stand:
Since this school was established by the grace of God as a Christian educational institution, God's Holy Word, the Bible, will be the one foundation on which we will stand.

Aaron Academy, established on a Christian foundation, hereby states its two-fold goal for its members:

To assist and encourage parents who are training and educating their children, and to help these students achieve the highest academic standards in Christian education.

"And these words, which I command thee this day, shall be in thine heart: And thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when thou liest down, and when thou risest up." (Deuteronomy 6:6-7)

With this purpose in mind, Aaron Academy will umbrella those parents who have decided to exercise their right to educate their children, and provide the support necessary for the students to excel in their education.

We believe that our students will have the best teachers, their own parents, and as such, Aaron Academy will assist the parents in this endeavor.

We also believe that our students will be "a chosen generation, a royal priesthood" to the world they will live in, the future standard bearers for the Lord.

Students accepted into Aaron Academy will be taught by their parents at home. The school will designate the home as an extension of the main campus.

Students enrolled in Aaron Academy are members of a private school. Further requirements for home education vary from state to state.

Our status and operational distinctions are pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated ยง 49-50-801 (Category IV School). Our school code is 430-887.

Aaron Academy will provide centralized record keeping, attendance reporting, curriculum review, and achievement testing.

Also where possible, we will provide information on resources available for home schooling families, including organized activities that might include workshops, courses, field trips, and other events during the school year.

Aaron Academy, a school in good standing with the education laws of the State of Tennessee and it's community, will commit to provide our students the opportunities to reach the student's academic potential.