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Boiling Spring Academy


The Boiling Spring Academy is a restored two-story school house built in 1832. The Academy opened in 1833 as a private school for boys of wealthy landowners and became a public school in 1887. The restored schoolhouse is now owned by the City of Brentwood and is located in Primm Park.

The Park is the site of two National Register properties: Boiling Spring Academy and The Fewkes Site, a prehistoric Native American Mound, 900-1500 A.D., excavated in the 1920's by the Smithsonian.

The Academy is open to the public the third Sunday of each month, April through October from 2pm-4pm. The grounds are regularly accessible during park hours.

8400 Moores Lane East
Brentwood, 37027
(615) 371-0060