At Madison Academy Upper School, we have a clear vision: to provide a Christian education that nurtures the whole person. We understand that high school is a pivotal time in a student's life, and our mission is to prepare them for a bright and purposeful future.
We believe in a holistic approach to education, encompassing not only academic excellence but also the spiritual, social, and emotional development of our students. Our dedicated staff see their role as more than just educators; they are mentors, guides, and companions as our students navigate the challenges and triumphs of these formative years.
Learning Beyond the Classroom
Education at Madison Academy extends beyond the classroom walls. We believe that every aspect of a student's life is an opportunity for growth and learning. Whether it's a mission trip, drama production, athletic team, or the creative arts department, our students are continually exposed to valuable life lessons.
We provide a Christian education with a spirit of excellence. We hold our students accountable for their academic, personal, and spiritual growth. Our mission is to guide them in growing in wisdom, stature, and in favor with God and man.
We invite you to be a part of the Madison Academy community, where students are not just educated but also nurtured, challenged, and inspired to reach their full potential.
Here, your children will find a supportive environment that fosters personal and academic growth, preparing them to embrace their futures with confidence and purpose. Welcome to Madison Academy, where we shape minds, hearts, and futures.
For admissions and more information, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. We look forward to welcoming you and your child into our caring and supportive community.
Advanced Course Offerings
Madison Academy takes pride in offering a rigorous curriculum that challenges our students to excel academically. To enhance this commitment to academic excellence, we offer a selection of "Honors" courses for students in grades 9-12.
Our Honors courses are designed to provide a deeper and more challenging learning experience, allowing students to explore subjects in greater depth and breadth. These courses are enriched with advanced content, critical thinking opportunities, and a heightened level of engagement.
Students who choose to participate in our Honors courses will not only expand their knowledge but will also be recognized for their dedication and commitment to academic excellence. At Madison Academy, we are dedicated to providing exceptional educational opportunities, and our Honors courses are an integral part of that commitment.
Join us on the path to academic excellence and personal growth by enrolling in our Honors classes today!
Madison Academy is proud to offer Dual Enrollment as an exceptional opportunity for high-achieving juniors and seniors. Through partnerships with Calhoun Community College and Faulkner University, our Dual Enrollment program allows eligible students to embark on an educational journey that seamlessly bridges high school and college.
As a Dual Enrollment student, you have the chance to enroll in college-level core courses right here on the Madison Academy campus. These courses not only count towards your high school graduation requirements but also earn you valuable college credits.
Our program exclusively offers courses that are approved by Madison Academy. This ensures that you're taking classes that align with your educational goals and our high academic standards. Dual Enrollment provides an invaluable glimpse into college academics while you continue to benefit from the supportive environment of Madison Academy.
Dual Enrollment courses are typically offered at a fraction of the cost of regular college tuition, helping you save on future higher education expenses. Don't miss this opportunity to accelerate your future! Dual Enrollment at Madison Academy is your gateway to academic excellence and a head start on your college education. Join us and unlock your potential today.
Advanced Placement (AP) courses are a valuable opportunity for high school students to challenge themselves with college-level coursework and potentially earn college credit. Students enrolled in AP courses are required to take the corresponding AP exam. These exams are administered by the College Board and are designed to assess the students' knowledge and skills in the respective subject areas. AP courses are designed to be equivalent to introductory college courses. This means that students who perform well in AP courses should be well-prepared for college-level work in that subject.
AP courses are structured to meet specific curricular requirements set by the College Board, ensuring that students receive a comprehensive and rigorous education in the chosen subject. Many colleges and universities across the United States participate in the AP program and offer college credit to students who earn a passing score on the AP exams. This allows students to potentially save time and money by earning college credits while in high school. To determine the specific policies regarding AP credit at their chosen colleges or universities, students should inquire with the admissions offices or academic departments of those institutions. Different colleges have varying requirements and standards for awarding credit based on AP exam scores.
Overall, participating in AP courses and exams is a beneficial experience for motivated high school students who want to challenge themselves academically and accelerate their college education. However, it's essential for students to research the policies of their target colleges and universities to fully understand how AP credit will be applied toward their academic goals.
Middle / High School Administration
Brian Privett, Principal
Mark Mincher, Assistant Principal/Athletic Director
Natalie Lirette, Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction
We would love to tell you more about what Madison Academy can offer your family. Our admissions team is eager to come alongside you to help as you make educational decisions for your children.