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Kindergarten, Elementary (k-5), Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)
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Located in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee

Commitment to Excellence in Homeschool Education with a Biblical Worldview

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New Life Academy partners with Christian parents desiring to enhance or extend home education. Significant parent involvement is vital to student success. We require families perform the supervision and extension of class instruction, actively attend a local church, and be registered with an umbrella school under the Tennessee Home Education Law.

New Life Academy is a non-profit organization. All New Life members are non-paid volunteers. New Life classes are administered by a committee, members of which are non-elected and non-paid.

Statement of Purpose – Being rooted in Christ, New Life Academy exists to nurture and equip the families of life-long learners. This is accomplished by incorporating a Biblical Worldview and practical life skills into every learning experience. We focus on family involvement and interactive, hands-on learning, to light the fire of individual thinking and compassionate hearts
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New Life Academy meets in Mt. Juliet each Monday from September to May. Classes are provided for Kindergarten thru 12th grade students. All K-12th grade classes are fee based and are instructed by a tutor-teacher. For more information, please visit

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