Congratulations Senior Eva Jones for advancing to the State Golf Tournament next week at Signal Mountain. Eva placed 2nd in the Region Tournament on Monday after last week having the lowest score in the Region Tournament. Eva guided the Girls' Golf Team to the District Championship this year. Eva has earned the right to play in State Tournament for four years during her high school career. Congratulations Eva!
The Goodpasture Theater Department would like to invite you to our fall fundraiser! On Saturday, September 20th, we will be putting on a production of High School Musical at 7pm in the Ruhl Fine Arts Center. Tickets are $7 for Goodpasture students and $10 for adults and will only be for sale at the door.
Goodpasture Christian School and the Goodpasture Audio Recording and Video Production Programs will present Goodpasture vs. BGA tonight at 7:00 via the NFHS Network. Please visit our NFHS page at http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/goodpasture-christian-school-madison-tn to watch the game this Friday and to view previous Goodpasture events. A link to this page is also available on goodpasturefootball.com.
The Goodpasture Volleyball Team won their 82nd game in a row last night by defeating Gordonsville High School. The win breaks the TSSAA State Record for consecutive volleyball wins. The previous record was set from 1976-1978 by Chattanooga Kirkman. The current streak spans two State Championships and three seasons. We would like to congratulate Coach Lynn Dearing, Coach Jessica Knox, and all of the girls on the Volleyball Team for setting this mark!
Native Nashville teen, Conner Sweet, 17 years old and a Senior at Goodpasture High School, is one of 10 official winners of The Pepsi Southern Original Contest. Of 5000 entries, 100 were chosen to perform live, with their own band, singing two original songs, at regional US locations. And of those 100, 10 won a chance to perform at the Pepsi Southern Gulf Jam Labor Day Weekend, 2014 in Panama City Beach, FL.
Goodpasture now owns a 3D printer! The MakerBot Replicator 2 lives in the physics lab, but is used for various classes, groups, and individuals across campus. With the 3D printer, students will be able to create a digital design of a 3D object and print it out in plastic. Already this year, a solution for how to maintain tardy slips has been developed for the high school office using the printer and personalized gingerbread men have been printed for the junior kindergarten to go along with their gingerbread theme week.
Goodpasture Christian School would like to congratulate junior James Gibbs on being selected to participate this past summer in the Envision Conference held every year at Harvard University for one hundred of the best young leaders around the world. At this conference, he had the chance to work with some of the best young men and women from around the world in order to change lives globally. He has now been selected along with thirty other students to have the opportunity to do the same here at Goodpasture because of an internship he was offered.