Welcome to Highland Academy
Highland Academy is a Seventh-day Adventist boarding school offering quality education to grades 9-12 in a rural setting about 40 minutes north of Nashville. Its forerunner was the Fountain Head Rural School which was established on this property in 1907. Until 1945, it was operated as a self-supporting institution, a school and a hospital. Since 1945 the academy has been owned and operated by the Kentucky-Tennessee Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.
The school campus consists of approximately 400 acres located in a rural area. Included in the school buildings are a classroom/administration facility, boys’ dormitory, girls’ dormitory with the cafeteria on the ground floor, gymnasium, grounds/maintenance building, music building and industrial building. A beautiful church is located next to the campus. Students and faculty join with community for religious services in the church. Also located adjacent to the campus are a long-term care facility, The Bridge at Highland, and the Highland Elementary School. Highland Elementary is operated by the Highland S.D.A. Church and offers grades K-8.