Middle Tennessee Christian School launches $26.3M campaign, expansion includes new high school and preschool

Nov 12, 2021 at 11:56 am by WGNS

Middle Tennessee Christian School unveiled the $26.3 million Generations of Hope campaign at its 61st annual Steak Dinner.  Matt Tiller, President of MTCS, announced that due to God’s blessings and the generosity of the MTCS donor community, $18.8 million of the $26.3 million has already been raised. The Generations of Hope campaign is based on Psalm 100:5, “For the Lord is good and His love endures forever; His faithfulness continues through all generations.” 

The campaign is designed to help the school expand its mission by providing a nurturing environment with modern educational facilities to meet the increasing demand in Murfreesboro and the surrounding community. A demand that resulted in MTCS turning away over 70 students this year due to limited space. The campaign will include building a new high school, a new On-Campus Early Learning Center, outdoor quad for student use, and additional road and parking areas. Based on the early success of the campaign, the school is moving forward aggressively with the design and construction of a new high school building. The next phase will be the construction of the new Early Learning Center which is currently located across Memorial Boulevard from the main campus. 


President Matt Tiller said, “We recognize that this is an ambitious and bold plan, but God is faithful and has been at work in a mighty way already. This campaign is about more than just bricks and mortar, it is about creating a place for kingdom work to be done.  God is calling us to be bold and courageous and we are striving to answer His call.  We hope and pray that the community will continue to unite with us, for such a time as this.”

Capital Improvements:

  • New High School Building

  • New On-Campus Early Learning Center for PK3/4

  • Parking and Entry Improvements

Operational Improvements:

  • Unrestricted Operating Funds

  • Reduce Debt

  • Increase Endowment

For more information about the Generations of Hope campaign, contact Adam Coggin, MTCS Vice President for Advancement, at adamcoggin@mtcscougars.org or 615-653-2598.

MTCS was chartered in 1960 and opened its doors in 1962. Middle Tennessee Christian School provides a Christ-centered, academically rigorous education in a nurturing environment that prepares and encourages students for lifelong learning and service in God’s kingdom.

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