Generations Christian Academy is honored to serve the Lord and serve Christian families in the Franklin, TN, and Nashville, TN metro area.
Executive Director LaSandra Wall
Generations Christian Academy, launching in the fall of 2020, is directed by the LaSandra Wall, who in her 30 plus years’ experience, has been a visionary for non-profits and their development of families within the educational realm. Most recently, she has administrated and directed, along with her team, one of the premier, historic downtown Franklin, TN, preschool and daycare establishments, Generations Learning Center.
Along with her husband, Kraig, they have an established ministry, Generations Church, currently in downtown Franklin, that has spanned over 20 years. Generations Church was established in the community to inspire and create a culture for service and missions. She has a passion for teaching and serving in her faith community.
LaSandra has a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Purdue University. Included in her experiences are entrepreneurial development, business start-ups and ministry education for children of all ages. This has included oversight of all areas of administration, human resources, financial planning, curriculum development and marketplace collaboration. Her core strengths lie in the areas of visionary team development.
She has three grown children, a son-in-law and daughter-in-law, as well as four grandchildren. She enjoys cooking, reading, swimming and travel, and is actively helping her grandchildren develop their love for serving Jesus, learning everything they can in order to serve others in the best way possible and have a never-ending spirit of adventure.
Co-Director Jamie Denton
Jamie Denton is the Co-Director for Generations Christian Academy. Along with her faith in Christ and her love for children, she possesses a wealth of knowledge in reading, writing, science and math along with vast experience in the field of education.
Jamie served Williamson County students and parents for 18 years where she received the Teacher of the Year award during the 2017-2018 school year and served as team lead in several different schools. She has been a part of the Middle Tennessee Writing Project and served on committees for Williamson County Schools to assist in curriculum design.
Jamie holds a B.S. from Austin Peay State University and a Master’s degree from Belmont University with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education.