Category: Faculty & Staff

Junior class teachers at Tattnall Square Academy are using Andy Weir’s novel The Martian as a catalyst in the Social Studies, Science, and English Departments.  Social Studies Chair, Jim Massey, took the lead by addressing the space race with his 11th-grade students.  Following the lecture, all of these students attended a showing of the movie…
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  Each year the Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) recognizes independent school teachers who exhibit best practices in the classroom. Tattnall Square Academy is proud to announce James Massey as GISA’s 2018 Master Teacher. Coach Massey represents TSA as a strong, innovative, and creative teacher who is well respected for his leadership. To be accepted…
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Written by: John Kosater Joey Hiller has made it clear for years that Tattnall Square Academy is home for him. The Head Baseball and Softball Coach has been at Tattnall Square since 1997 and since taking over as the Head Baseball Coach in 1999, he has won 533 games. He took the reins of the…
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Macon, GA. – Beginning with the 2018-2019 school year, Mr. Dillon Watkins will assume the role of Band Director at Tattnall Square Academy. Mr. Watkins is a graduate of Mercer University with a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education.  During his time at Mercer, he was involved with all of the instrumental ensembles offered in the…
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Congratulations again to all of our Golden Eagle Nominees who were honored at the Golden Eagle Awards on Tuesday, April 17. A special congratulations to Dalton Ford who took home honorable mention in Mathematics and teacher Kurt Dzwonkowski who won the Teacher Excellence Award. Dalton received a $300 scholarship and Mr. D. was awarded $1,000.
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MACON, Ga., March 9, 2018 – Tattnall Square Academy’s Ecology Action Club was presented with the Litter Prevention Award at the annual Keep Macon-Bibb Beautiful Commission Volunteer Appreciation and Awards Luncheon Friday, March 9. This award is given to the business that sets a high standard in the prevention and control of litter in the…
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By Tim Morse Georgia Dugout Preview Just a few moments after the conclusion of Tattnall Square’s 11-0 victory over Greater Gwinnett Christian Wednesday night, the public address announcer announced the victory was head baseball coach Joey Hiller’s 500th coaching victory. “I don’t think any of the guys had a clue,” Hiller said. “A couple of…
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Mrs. Candace Bridges was named a 2017 Education Together Teacher Excellence Award recipient last night at the Golden Eagle Awards ceremony. Bridges, who was nominated by TSA Head of School, John Hankinson, is one of only five educators in the Middle Georgia community to receive this prestigious and generous award. Recipients will receive a $1000 award to…
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The start of the 2016-2017 school year may not begin until August 18, but our new faculty and staff are working diligently to prepare for the first day of classes! We are proud to announce the addition of nine new faculty and staff hires. Each addition brings his or her own unique ability to help…
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As parents, we tend to worry about the “what if” when it comes to our children. As Tattnall parents, that worry is practically non-existent when it comes to sports and the possible injuries that accompany extracurricular activities. By definition, athletic trainers are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care,…
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