On Sunday, the school opened a 35,000 square foot student center.
Jennifer and Billy Frist Hall will now provide at dining space, as well as a new library and media center. It will also include offices for administrators.
The building cost just over $10 million and Jennifer and Billy Frist were lead donors.
School officials say they are excited about the new addition.
"It's very exciting. Billy Frist is on our board, And it's great to have support from donors who are encouraged and see and understand the vision, the mission of Currey Ingram Academy and are willing to put that support in action and help us provide the facilities we need to educate their children," said Miller Hogan, Currey Ingram Academy Board of Trustees.
The new center was built with a 21st century learning commons style in mind.