50 N Mendenhall Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
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Greetings and Blessings!

Welcome to Memphis Junior Academy!

 

Welcome to the 2018-19 school year at Memphis Jr. Academy. The school year brings excitement and a new beginning to the adventures of learning for each student and their family. The start of the school year is also an opportunity to affirm our mission. “…to show children Jesus, nurture their love for Him and others, teach them the think, and empower them to serve.”  Each student is given opportunities to make full use of the abilities God has given them.

MJA recognizes the uniqueness of each student as created in God’s image with varying gifts and talents, each one having a place and calling in God’s Kingdom. The purpose of MJA is to educate children for lives of obedience to their calling in this world as God’s image-bearers. The calling is to know God’s Word and His creation, to consecrate their lives to God, and to love each other.

Our theme for the 2018-2019 school year is “Stronger Together”.  We chose this them because each day we have the privilege to see school leaders, faculty, and students alike whose actions demonstrate unity and support for one another. Psalm 133:1 “How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity!

We are excited to be implementing the new Bible curriculum, Encounter.  Consider a Bible class where every students’ friendship with Jesus is nurtured, through countless connection opportunities with Him, and a growing, confident knowledge of Scripture, so that they may be challenged to make an eternal difference in our world.  9th and 10th have been using this for the past three years, and we now are offering it in our Pre k – 8th grade.

As I start my fourth year with Memphis Junior Academy, I am reminded continuously how good God is by the love that has been poured out to me and Pastor Fry from my school community. It is clear that God’s love flows deep and wide. This love flows to all the returning and new MJA families, and I pray that we share it with all those around us.

Sincerely, Tracy Fry