View the master calendar for this school year and the 2021 - 2022 school year at the link below.
Below are links to our New Student Enrollment Paperwork for the 21-22 School Year. All families should submit this paperwork for each of their new students accepted to Intrepid in order to be considered fully enrolled for the 21-22 School Year.
Intrepid College Prep will remain closed through the end of semester one on December 17, 2020 with plans to return in-person in January 2021. Distance learning will continue as normal. Please see here for our 20-21 Semester One Distance Learning Plan. We will communicate updates here and on our Facebook and Instagram pages.
We are excited to announce that we have a new food service company that will be providing nutritious breakfast and lunch options to our scholars for the 21-22 school year. In order to ensure all scholars are able to participate in the new food program this year, it is important that we collect all applications for free and reduced lunch (also known as FRL forms) as soon as possible. Please follow the directions in the document linked below to fill out an application through the MealTime App.
21-22 Family FRL Application Available July 1st, 2021
Educational Outfitters is our uniform partner for the 2020-2021 school year. You can order uniforms online by visiting their website, or you can purchase uniforms at their storefront at 3205 Powell Ave Suite B, Nashville, TN 37204. In an effort to keep everyone safe through the summer months, the Educational Outfitters store will be open by appointment only. Click on this link to schedule an appointment to visit the store location. For Spanish, click here.
View the uniform requirements for students below.
View the meal policies for students below.
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