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Kalee Barbis

Kalee is the founding Head of School for Blyth-Templeton Academy in Nashville. Kalee is a Nashville native with a decade of educational experience. Educated at the University of Tennessee, Lipscomb, and Vanderbilt Universities. Kalee is deeply committed to personalized, experiential education. She has a strong track record in developing relationships with students and teachers, and cultivating a student-centered classroom. Kalee spent the past three years in Washington DC, founding Washington Leadership Academy, an XQ Super School focused on reimagining high school, as the assistant principal. Prior to that, Kalee taught in Nashville for six years. She is excited to return home to bring BTA to the city.

Recent Posts

A Teacher's Take on Place-Based Education (Nashville Edition)

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Place-based education is a learning model that emphasizes the incorporation of community resources and spaces into the daily life of school children. 

For many parents and prospective students, it's tough to visualize what this means concretely. 

In this post, you'll learn all about what place-based education in Nashville looks like from my perspective as the head of Blyth-Templeton Academy in Nashville.

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Here's What to Expect at Your Admissions Interview for Blyth-Templeton Academy (Nashville Edition)

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Our admissions interviews are a great way to see a student’s excitement and enthusiasm about Blyth-Templeton Academy.

At this time, you have already toured the school, learned more about BTA, and worked on recommendations. This is a chance for the school to now really get to know you- and who you are!

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