At Goodpasture Christian School, we are continuing to make strides towards bringing 21st century education to all our students. It’s with great enthusiasm we introduce the next stage of our iLevel Initiative; expanding the use of iPads to all seventh through twelfth grade students. Rising 7th - 9th graders will join the high school students in bringing their own iPad to class everyday starting in the 2014-15 school year.
Goodpasture Christian School would like to announce the hiring of Jerry Joslin as the new Head Football Coach. Coach Joslin has previously served as the head football coach at Gallatin High School, Cookeville High School, and most recently Pope John Paul II High School.
Thank you to the many parents who are helping to keep the Cougars safe this season. Kay West, the mother of Jacob Crocker, researched concussion sensors for helmets. She found a grant made possible through Progressive Insurance that provides a Bluetooth- linked sensor that measures force and direction of hit. She with the help of many other parents nominated Goodpasture for this grant, and we are happy to announce that we were one of a select few chosen in Tennessee. The sensors costs a $165
Help the Goodpasture Marching Cougars win the #March2theTop contest being held by WKRN News Channel 2. They could win up to $2000! Each week the video with the most "Likes" of the week becomes a finalist, and the top 3 videos of that week will be awarded cash for their band program.
Go to CaptHelpful's Instagram page, or click the Heart below, to like his "Band Circle" video, and share it through all your social media contacts!
Congratulations to Damon Monroe for being named a 2015 National Achievement Scholarship Program Semifinalist. More than 1,600 Black American high school seniors have been designated Semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation from the over 160,000 juniors who requested consideration on the 2013 PSAT/NMSQT.