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Baptist Boys Ranch, Millington
Anointed Word & Worship
Confidential Care, Millington
Bearly Toddlers Daycare, Millington
Millington Animal Safe Haven
Atoka Senior Recreation Center
Boys' and Girls' Club of Covington
Project Play 2, Covington
Carl Perkins Center, Ripley
Elmcroft Nursing Home, Bartlett
Rivercrest Elementary, Bartlett
TRA has plans to renovate and expand the current playground over the next year. Please support our "Work Hard, Play Hard" Annual Fund Campaign. Learn More about the Project
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The Summer 2014 issue of the Tipton-Rosemark Academy Tribune is now available. This newsletter keeps alumni and students informed about what's happening at TRA.
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The 2014 Lady Rebel softball team went undefeated in the State Tournament and won their second Division 2-A State Championship in four years with an 8-4 victory over Davidson Academy.
The 2014 Rebel baseball team capped off an excellent season with a Division 2-A State Runner-Up finish. The Rebels knocked perennial powers Knoxville Webb and Battle Ground Academy out of the tournament. The Rebels finished 34-8.
2014 Senior Connor Alexander was named the Male Athlete of the Year by the Millington Star this summer. He is the first ever TRA male athlete to receive this honor.
TRA would like to thank the following sponsors for their assistance with the new football scoreboard: Munford Pharmacy, Ritter Communications, Olympic Steak and Pizza, Phillips Mechanical, Chad Stewart, Barry Diggs, and American Electric.
From April 1-3, TRA hosted five visiting team members from around the southeast as part of this year's accreditation process. The team read TRA's self-study report and met with students, parents, faculty, and administration over the course of the three days. At the end of the visit, the team voted unanimously to recommend TRA for the five-year accreditation; this process grants dual accreditation through both the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) through 2019. Thank you to all of the parents and students who took part in this year's self-study.