Willow Hall Academy
Willow Hall Academy will be performing at The First Tennessee Bank building on Main Street in Franklin on Dec. 13, from 9-10 a.m.
The program will debut the 6-8th graders performing two bluegrass numbers, complete with banjo, guitar, fiddle, bass and vocals. One student, a member of the WCYO, will be playing a violin solo.
Also featured will be a variety of Christmas selections performed on the Recorder and Handbells. Traditional Carols and even "Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer" in German will be sung by the student body. WAKM will be airing the program live.
Come and celebrate the season with Willow Hall Academy and First Tennessee Bank!
For more information about Willow Hall Academy, please visit its website.
ABOUT WILLOW HALL
Willow Hall Academy is a private nonsectarian school for children between the ages of 6 and 14 (1st – 8 th).
It is for children desiring a unique setting and offers the same academic courses as most other schools. However, the teaching methods are designed to accommodate individual learning styles. The school’s certified teachers are also trained to teach techniques and strategies that will enhance the learning of all.
The school is located on Carters Creek Pike in Franklin (6.2 miles south of downtown Franklin). Applications are accepted at any time, and enrollment is continuous throughout the school year on a space available basis.
Willow Hall’s success is due to the low pupil-teacher ratio and the home-like atmosphere of our setting. Our students achieve "academic success without the stress." In addition to our small class size, we emphasize learning how to learn, where to find the information and how to use the information.