The prayer garden was unveiled in 2018 to honor Dr. Janice Baldwin, former Lower School Head. The arboretum contains 41 different identified species native to Tennessee.
The garden was built project by project and phase by phase, but everyone had a role in its construction. It doubles as a place for meditation and prayer and is also as a resource for teachers to educate students outside the classroom. The entire campus is a level one arboretum, and our prayer garden is a part of the arboretum.
Our 68 acre campus is certified by the Tennessee Wildlife Foundation as a Wildlife Habitat. We have 1.2 mile long nature trail that was landscaped in 2015. The beautiful trail winds around the campus and is available to anyone for use.