Nicole Adams serves Clarksville Christian School as the homeroom teacher for fifth grade. She also teaches fourth, fifth, and sixth grade social studies.
Nicole graduated from Freed-Hardeman University in 1999 with a Bachelor of Arts in English degree, and from the University of Memphis in 2003 with a Master of Arts in English. She is highly qualified to teach elementary grades K-8 and English for grades 7-12, and has also received accreditation through the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI).
Ms. Adams taught in the Christian and public school settings for fourteen years prior to coming to CCS, and brings a wealth of experience with her. In addition to her teaching experience, she has also tutored students, coordinated Spelling Bees, and taught private piano lessons. Additionally, she has sponsored several clubs, such as the Community Service Club, Middle School Student Council, Writer’s Club, and was a Yearbook Advisor.
Ms. Adams attends the Main Street Church of Christ in Springfield, TN. She has been involved in women’s activities, teaching Sunday School, and short-term mission work. She also enjoys volunteering at The Hermitage, and is a Tennessee Master Gardener.
When asked about her philosophy in Christian education, she replied: “Christianity is about others. It is about knowing and loving God, believing that Jesus is the Savior, and serving others with love. The goal of Christianity is to lead others to believe in Jesus so that the gospel can be shared in all parts of the world. As a teacher, I can implement this philosophy into my daily interactions with my students and colleagues.”
Fourth, Fifth, & Sixth Grade Social Studies