As I listen to people in Nashville share their reflections of USN, I often hear about the evening classes. For many, this is one of the first introductions to the USN community. These efforts are led by University School of Nashville Association (USNA), the school's volunteer organization. This year we are celebrating the 30th year of USN's Evening Classes program.
Evening classes at USN are a wonderful way to spend time together to learn something new or to share an experience together. A way for us to learn about the richness of our community and the talents both hidden and known on Edgehill. I am confident that you will be able to find something to interest and inspire you this year. Looking at past catalogs, we learned about the architecture and history of Nashville, expanded our understanding of geopolitics, mastered puff pastry and so much more. I am excited that we return again this year in person for our dynamic programming.
I invite you to explore these opportunities to support our school community. The funds raised through your participation benefit USN's K-12 Need-Based Scholarship Endowment. This endowment provides opportunities for all students to fully participate in our programs. I look forward to seeing you in one of the classes.