Dr. Jason Tindol, a family man, is happily married to his college sweetheart. He and Jody share their home with their three children Kinsey, Avery, and Weston Riley. Jason holds two B.S. degrees in history education and PE, a Master’s in Educational Administration, an Education Specialist in School Leadership and Curriculum, and holds a Doctor of Education in Educational Supervision and Leadership from Union University.
Jason began graduate school in the fall of 1997. After finishing graduate school, he began serving the Lord as a faculty/athletic director at a Christian school in Nashville. It was in Nashville that Jason began work establishing an athletic program which now consists of multiple state championships in basketball, football, golf; other sports programs were started as well, such as baseball and volleyball. The athletic department continues to thrive. Jason accepted the principal position in August of 2004. As principal, the school incorporated academic programs such as Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment college courses. In addition, the school received the Tennessee Association of Christian Schools Fine Arts School of Excellence Awards in the middle and high school departments for three consecutive years.
Jason’s passion in Christian education is school development in academics, arts, and athletic programs. He understands the key to quality Christian education is through building sound relationships with the constituents of the school, community, and local churches. His role in the community has afforded opportunities to serve on the Sumner County Chamber of Commerce Education Committee and establish stellar relationships with community government and private organizations. Jason’s goal is to create a vision for Christian education in the St. Joseph community. His desire is to build community relationships, to establish church camaraderie with St. Joseph Christian, and to invoke a passion for the school within the Christian community of St. Joseph. He believes this vision and passion for Christian education will aid in increasing enrollment for St. Joseph Christian School.