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The Gibson Renovation

The Gibson Building is a central part of the Nashville Christian campus. Built in 1986, it was named in honor of a founder and longtime board member, Andrew B. Gibson. It originally housed the practice gymnasium and classrooms for the seventh and eighth grades.

It is our hope to continue Gibson's legacy by renovating the locker rooms, creating a state-of-the-art fitness center with cardio and strength equipment to be used by athletic teams and middle and upper school physical education classes, and providing a flexible athletic space where our wrestling program will compete and lower school PE classes will be offered.  The second floor of the Gibson will be expanded to include dynamic space for 11 academic classrooms and new restrooms.