Campus Life

Student Life

Whitefield Academy commits to creating a Christ-centered, supportive community for students by offering a variety of opportunities to expand interests, knowledge, and friendships. These experiences broaden students’ horizons and foster an environment that allows them to attempt new feats and improve existing skills.

Dozens of clubs and projects provide interesting experiences for students starting in our earliest grades. Each Lower School grade participates in a community service project during the year, while Middle School and Upper School students participate in mentoring programsand school-wide service projects. At Whitefield, students may pursue new interests, develop their God-given talents, and understand the importance of building relationships with those outside their community.

Lower School:
  • Overnight experience at the Atlanta Zoo observing nocturnal animals
  • Cave sleep-over at Desoto Caverns in Alabama
  • Marine Biology studies on the Georgia coast

Middle School:
  • Space Camp adventures at the U.S. Space Rocket Center in Alabama
  • Washington D.C. history and culture tour

Upper School:
  • Annual summer mission trip to Quito, Ecuador
  • Spring Break trips to international destinations

Tyrone Johnson
Director of Student Life
Tyrone Johnson has more than 20 years of experience in education teaching subjects from health to Biblical studies as well as serving for many years as a varsity boys basketball coach, a role in which he earned three state championships and four runner-up finishes. He has been a part of Whitefield Academy since 2001, and currently serves as the Director of Student Life. Johnson earned his bachelor’s degree from Troy University, and his master’s in educational leadership from the University of West Florida.