Of Clarksville Academy’s 60 full time teachers, approximately 55% hold a Master’s degree or are in the process of earning one and 87% have five or more years teaching experience. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 12:1 and an average class size of 18, individualized attention and dedication to student success is foremost.
Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees oversees the function of Clarksville Academy, ensuring that the core values and purposes are reflected in the operation process.
Guidelines for communications with the board: The Board of Trustees has the general authority to manage the affairs and business of the corporation. The board as a whole can receive or purchase properties for Clarksville Academy, sell mortgage or lease property, and approve all annual budgets.
The Board of Trustees charges the day-to-day operations of Clarksville Academy to the Head of School. The Board of Trustees offers support to the school through property and business affairs, committee studies and reviews, budget approvals and trustee nominations.
Upon request, the board will entertain the review of letters written by patrons for request of contractual release, financial modifications of payment of tuition, or dissatisfaction with educational services if a patron has utilized all contacts of school employees and administrators, and the Head of School. These letters can also be letters of communication for excellence in educational experience, or other things related to school matters.
“The Clarksville Academy Board of Trustees welcomes any compliments, issues, suggestions or complaints.”
– Clark Nicholson, Past Chairman of the Board of Trustees
These letters should be emailed, mailed, or hand delivered to the school with attention to the Chairman of the Board. The Chairman will present it to the Executive Committee for review at the next scheduled board meeting. Results will be delivered to the author of the letter by the Head of School following the scheduled board meeting.