The purpose of our approach is to foster competency in each child, no matter the age. While the emphasis is on children, family involvement is highly encouraged and supported at our private Christian Academy.
INFANTS (6 weeks - 18 months)
This program provides a loving and nurturing environment to help young ones develop a sense of security. [Read More]
TODDLERS (18 - 36 months)
This program is designed to accommodate the development of self-help skills needed at this age. [Read More]
PRESCHOOL (3 - 5 years)
This program offers a wide variety of hands-on activities and experiences. Through play, children at this stage learn to create, explore, and pretend. [Read More]
Barrington's Mission & Vision
We believe in the development of the whole child. Our school-wide curriculum is designed to focus on the spiritual, creative, emotional, intellectual, physical, and social growth of each individual. We encourage parents to be a part of the development of their child's growth just as much as their learning experience at our Academy.
From Our Director
"Thank you for your interest in Barrington Christian Academy. It is our pleasure to serve the Nashville community with the provision of early childhood education in a safe, warm, nurturing environment. Our school also offers Biblical teaching centered around education and life skills development. It is my sincere hope that your Barrington Christian Academy experience will be as rewarding to you and your family as it has been for countless other families in the Nashville and surrounding cities."
- Cathy Sullenger
Our Facilities and Programs
Our building is conveniently located just south of the heart of Nashville. Click on each section to view more about our programs and the benefits of enrolling your child in our Academy.
Abeka Christian Curriculum
Barrington Christian Academy has chosen the Abeka Christian Curriculum based program as our foundation for teaching. Abeka is recognized as the standard of excellence in the publishing of text books and other scholastic materials.
Our Daily Bread CACFP Nutrition Program
Our Daily Bread CACFP is a (501)(c)(3) non-profit child nutrition advocacy organization. Since 1995, Our Daily Bread CACFP's mission has been to educate, empower, and inspire children, caregivers, and communities to make healthy food choices by providing nutrition education and resources.
Above and Beyond Hands On Training
We go above state minimum trainings and have a very hands-on training style. We background check every teacher and vet them. Every teacher is hand selected and undergoes extensive training. We aim to provide experienced and compassionate educators.
Large Classrooms to Play and Learn
Classrooms are spacious with ample room for each child to play, nap, and learn comfortably.
Keyless Entry and Monitored Rooms
Enjoy the benefits of not fighting with a key or waiting to be buzzed in. Each parent receives a code to securely enter the facility. Rest easy knowing classrooms are camera monitored on site for safety and quality assurance.
Our News & Announcements
Stay up to date with what's happening at Barrington Christian Academy.
More Local Info
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Where to find BCA Nashville
Location: 3010 Tuggle Ave Nashville, TN 37211
Phone: (615) 953-3034
Fax: (615) 953-3036
Email: [email protected]
School Hours: M-F: 6am – 6:30pm
Office Hours: M-F: 8am – 5pm
If you’re looking for Nashville childcare near me, then you’ve found the right place!
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