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Get to know MBA at Admission Preview Day on Oct. 29

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With a 7:1 student/teacher ratio, MBA is home to 850 boys in grades 7-12, who strive for the ideal of “Gentleman, Scholar, Athlete.”

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What do you look for when selecting a school for your 7-12 grade son? If high-standard academics, unique opportunities, college preparation, and character development made your list, consider Montgomery Bell Academy (MBA) — the oldest independent school for boys in Tennessee.

See the campus in-person at MBA’s Admission Preview Day at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 29 to:

  • Tour the campus
  • Learn about the 80+ clubs and activities
  • Meet faculty and staff
  • Get a taste of student life + programs

Attend Admission Preview Day

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