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1 Nashville Area Education Guide A comprehensive look at the K-12 schools and programs that nurture our children. Published by: Sponsored by: Print Underwriter: Greater Nashville Association of Realtors

2 A message from the Chairman: An Introduction "There is only one good, knowledge, and one evil, ignorance." - Socrates Selected Highlights: Nashville public schools M.L. King Magnet, Hume-Fogg Academic and Hillsboro High rank high on Newsweek magazine's annual list of America's Top U.S. Public High Schools, placing 39th, 43rd and 496th, respectively. Four other Nashville-area high schools made the list: Brentwood (227th), Franklin (563rd), Fairview (833rd) and Centennial (909th). With a burgeoning Hispanic population and 29 percent of the state of Tennessee's English Language Learner (ELL) students, Metro Nashville Public Schools launched a Hispanic Outreach program to foster better communications between the school district and the families and communities of these students. Education is economic development. We have internalized this phrase at the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce, because it s true. In fact, no single issue is more important to the continued prosperity of Nashville and the Nashville region than education and the pursuit of education excellence for our youth. Our business community has a role to play in ensuring that every student, regardless of race, color or socioeconomic status has access to a great education. And one thing s for certain, that role does not involve sitting on the sidelines. I m proud to see the Nashville Area Chamber rallying business and community leadership around providing even stronger resources and support for education starting at pre-k and particularly focused on public schools. Nashville has long been compared to Athens, the ancient city of learning, because of the city s concentration of post-secondary educational institutions. But one could easily connect Nashville s Athens of the South nickname to the diverse pool of primary and secondary education options. Here s to access, achievement and excellence. Sincerely, Darrell S. Freeman, Sr. Board Chairman, Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Zycron Inc. Whether it is an individual moving for a job or a corporation relocating its headquarters, educational quality and school choice are two of the most important factors considered when evaluating a community. With more than 130 public schools in Metro Nashville, 50 private schools in the immediate area, and many more quality public and private schools in the surrounding counties the Nashville area offers an array of educational options. But given the sheer number of schools, determining which school a student would or should attend can be a daunting task. The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce is committed to supporting and improving educational excellence for the region s children. We have designed this brochure to introduce you to our schools and help guide you in your search in choosing the school that is the best fit for your family. The State of Tennessee provides a report card for school districts and detailed information on each school. Data on private schools must be obtained from each individual institution. Each year, the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce releases its Citizens Panel for a Community Report Card. This report is a detailed analysis of the strengths and challenges of the district through the eyes of the citizens of Nashville. However, one of the best methods to assess school quality is for parents and students to visit the school and talk to the administrators, teachers and students. The Metro Nashville Public Schools district has been nominated for the 2007 Broad Prize for Urban Education, a distinction that recognizes the greatest improvements in student achievement with a $1 million award. Metro Schools web site provides data on every public school in Metro Nashville. You can review school assessment data, as well as find direct links to school web sites. 1

3 Metro Nashville Public Schools In nearly four decades as an educator, I haven t met anyone who didn t have a favorite teacher he or she appreciated and respected -- some incredible man or woman remembered for making a difference in his or her life. Whether it was a bright young woman who taught algebra in high school, a mature gentleman who explained geography in middle school or the dynamic coach who inspired and motivated, we all have at least one great teacher we will never forget. In Metro Nashville Public Schools, we have thousands of men and women who are some student s favorite teacher. They come from many states and countries and have different degrees, training and life experiences. should learn and be able to do. School leaders have developed partnerships with the business and civic communities, as well as with families, to work together in ways that will help students. We believe all students can learn and achieve, and that belief is producing results. Our most recent test scores reflect these results in record gains in reading, math, science and social studies. The excitement of these outstanding test scores also brings a desire to achieve more. Our outstanding staff works to meet the challenges of preparing all students for working and living in a complex, everchanging world. MNPS Clusters School clusters are a group of schools geographically close together, where the individual schools in the group interact with one another. Each cluster is named for the high school in that cluster. All students in a cluster s elementary and middle schools will, eventually, attend that high school. There are a number of elementary and middle schools in each cluster. Each cluster is made up of geographic zones. Where a family resides in the cluster determines which zoned elementary and middle school a student attends. Zone maps are available online at the MNPS web site, or you can call the MNPS Customer Service Center for assistance, INFO. All of us with MNPS are dedicated to what happens in the classroom and to making sure every child succeeds. We know the children of today are the leaders of tomorrow, and we are pleased and proud to help them grow and achieve. Early Public School Registration What you will need: The parent or legal guardian who registers the child must provide the school with the following items: ANTIOCH GLENCLIFF Dr. Pedro E. Garcia Director, Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools In MNPS, we know our students, staff and community deserve results. We are an urban district dedicated to serving all school children in the Nashville-Davidson County area -- and providing each one equal access to an exceptional education. Graduates from Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools are accepted to the finest colleges and universities. Students can choose from school programs, courses and extracurricular activities to fit their needs and interests. We are proud to offer the prestigious International Baccalaureate Program in three high schools, as well as advanced courses for our middle and high school students. Metro Schools has spent the past five years creating and implementing new standards for what our students 1. A birth certificate or acceptable proof of age 2. Complete medical examination forms within 6 months of school starting 3. Tennessee Certificate of Immunization (can be obtained from the Metropolitan Health Department, its clinics or your child s doctor). Your child must have the following immunizations to begin school: DTP/TD (Diphtheria, Whooping cough, Tetanus) MMR, 2 doses (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) Polio - Chicken pox - hepatitis B, 3 doses 4. Proof of residence Metro Schools typically holds early registration during the second week of April. By registering early, you help Metro Schools with planning for the fall and ensure you receive up-to-date information as the school year approaches. To register, call INFO (4636) to find out what school your child will attend. HILLSBORO HILLWOOD HUNTERS LANE MAPLEWOOD McGAVOCK OVERTON PEARL-COHN STRATFORD WHITES CREEK 2 3

4 Metro Nashville Public Schools Schools Listed by Cluster ANTIOCH Antioch High Antioch Ninth Grade Academy Antioch Middle Apollo Middle J.F. Kennedy Thurgood Marshall A.Z. Kelley Elementary Cole Elementary Lakeview Elementary Design Center Maxwell Elementary Moss Elementary Mt. View Elementary Thomas A. Edison Elementary GLENCLIFF Glencliff High Cameron Middle Wright Middle Fall-Hamilton Elementary Enhanced Option Glencliff Elementary Glengarry Elementary Glenview Elementary Nashville School of the Arts Paragon Mills Elementary Whitsitt Elementary Upper Murrell Special Johnson HILLSBORO Hillsboro High Hume-Fogg Magnet High Moore Middle West End Middle Carter-Lawrence Elementary Magnet Eakin Elementary Glendale Elementary Julia Green Elementary Percy Priest Elementary Sylvan Park Elementary Harris Hillman Special Education Murrell Special Education Cohn Adult/Alternative HILLWOOD Hillwood High Bellevue Middle H. G. Hill Middle John Early Middle Paideia Magnet Martha Vaught Middle Wharton Middle Brookmeade Elementary Buena Vista Elementary Enhanced Option Charlotte Park Elementary Harpeth Valley Elementary Hull-Jackson Montessori Gower Elementary Jones Paideia Magnet Elementary Westmeade Elementary HUNTERS LANE Hunters Lane High Brick Church Middle Goodlettsville Middle Neely's Bend Middle Amqui Elementary Bellshire Elementary Design Center Gateway Elementary Goodlettsville Elementary Neely's Bend Elementary Old Center Elementary Stratton Elementary Smithson-Craighead Academy Madison Special Education MAPLEWOOD Maplewood High Gra-Mar Middle Jere Baxter Middle Caldwell Elementary Enhanced Option Glenn Elementary Enhanced Option Hattie Cotton Elementary KIPP Academy Tom Joy Elementary Shwab Elementary Baxter Alternative Learning Center McGAVOCK McGavock High Donelson Middle DuPont Hadley Middle DuPont Tyler Middle Margaret Allen Middle Two Rivers Middle Andrew Jackson Elementary Dodson Elementary DuPont Elementary Hermitage Elementary Hickman Elementary McGavock Elementary Napier Elementary Enhanced Option Pennington Elementary Ruby Major Elementary Stanford Elementary Montessori Design Center Tulip Grove Elementary Una Elementary OVERTON Overton High Croft Middle McMurray Middle Oliver Middle Rose Park Middle Magnet Binkley Elementary Crieve Hall Elementary Granbery Elementary Haywood Elementary Robertson Academy - Gifted & Talented Shayne Elementary Tusculum Elementary PEARL-COHN Pearl-Cohn High School & Business/Communications Magnet Martin Luther King, Jr. Magnet High Bass Middle Head Middle Magnet Cockrill Elementary McCann Alternative Learning Center McKissack Professional Development Design Center (PK-8) Park Avenue Enhanced Option STRATFORD Stratford High Bailey Middle Dalewood Middle East Middle & High Literature Magnet Isaac Litton Middle Meigs Magnet Middle Cora Howe Elementary Dan Mills Elementary Inglewood Elementary Kirkpatrick Elementary Lockeland Elementary Design Center Rosebank Elementary Ross Elementary Warner Elementary Enhanced Option WHITES CREEK Whites Creek High MNPS Middle College High Ewing Park Middle Haynes Middle Design Center Isaiah T. Creswell Middle Arts Magnet Joelton Middle Alex Green Elementary Bordeaux Elementary Enhanced Option Cumberland Elementary Joelton Elementary Robert E. Lillard King's Lane Design Center 4 5

5 MNPS Options Magnet Schools Magnets are schools of choice which serve as special learning centers for students from ALL parts of the county. Some magnet programs have academic admissions standards while others are built around specialized themes or methods of teaching. A magnet program can offer unique educational experiences based on students interests and abilities. All are stand-alone schools, except the Business Magnet housed at Pearl-Cohn High School. Q. Who is eligible to apply for Metro Magnet Schools? Any student in Davidson County may apply for a magnet school. Of course, students may only apply for schools with the grade or age level they will be entering during the next school year. (No applications at birth, please!) Acceptance is contingent upon passing to the next grade at the end of the current school year. Parents are encouraged to find out as much as possible about each program and try to match their child s interests and learning style to the school. Q. What is the process of getting a child into a magnet school? A random lottery is held in January for students applying for the magnet schools with an application deadline in December. Parents will be notified in February and March of their child s acceptance into a magnet. Others will be selected as vacancies are reported throughout the spring and summer. Students wishing to apply for Nashville School of the Arts may elect to audition or exhibit an art portfolio, write an essay, or interview. This process is prior to the lottery, and students who pass it are admitted without going through the lottery. Students who apply after the application deadline will audition at a later time if there are positions available in their art field. Students wishing to apply for Meigs, Martin Luther King, and Hume-Fogg must have achievement test (CRT) scores ADVANCED in math and reading; and a grade point average of 85 or above. ALL students who are applying for the 11th and 12th grades must have a copy of their transcript, grades and test scores (for academic magnets) attached to their application. Q. When may I apply for a magnet school? Applications are taken from November until August of each year, but must be received in the magnet/optional school office by the deadline date, usually in December, to be in the lottery. You increase your child s chance of getting into a magnet by applying for the entry grade for the school. However, you may apply for the upper grades as well. Q. May I apply for more than one magnet school? Yes. If a student is selected for more than one school, the student is able to choose which school he/she would prefer to attend. The opening at the school not chosen will be filled by the next name on the waiting lists. Acceptance of a seat in one program will automatically remove the student s name from other enrollment or waiting list. The lottery will be televised live and the results will be on the web site Parents of students who were selected will be sent an acceptance letter and will need to return the acceptance letter indicating their school choice by the deadline date stated in the letter. Failure to return the acceptance form by the deadline will result in loss of seat in the magnet program. Q. What about transportation? Transportation is not provided to MNPS magnet schools; however, MTA buses run to each magnet school from most sections of the county. Please contact MTA at Following orientation and registration, most schools will have a listing of students by ZIP code for interested parents so that they may arrange car pools. Enhanced Option Elementary Schools The main features of enhanced option schools are class sizes of 15:1 and 20 additional days of school for students. Enhanced option schools also include Pre-K programs, social services, an Encore teacher for gifted and talented students, and after-school care. The teachers receive additional training in reading and mathematics. The curriculum has a strong emphasis on ensuring success for all students. Core academic areas include reading, writing, mathematics, social studies and science. Related arts courses are the same as in other elementary schools. Students living in the school zone or designated areas have first choice at enrolling in these schools. Students living outside the designated areas must apply through the lottery and go on a waiting list for space available. ENCORE Program challenges gifted students Intellectually gifted and academically talented students are those whose intellectual abilities and potential for achievement are so outstanding that they need special attention to meet their educational needs. The ENCORE Program is designed to assist these students by providing a curriculum that challenges them and encourages them to be responsible, resourceful and productive throughout their lives. The ENCORE Program serves children age three through grade six. ENCORE classes meet one-half day each week in local schools (grades K-2) or in an ENCORE center (grades 3-6). Since ENCORE is an optional program in Metro Schools, parents provide transportation to ENCORE classes when necessary. Characteristics of an Intellectually Gifted Child displays a great curiosity about objects, situations or events wants to know "how" and "why" has an exceptional memory shows a keen sense of observation about human interaction displays a sensitivity to the feelings of others observes details shows a keen sense of humor displays an early tendency to do things alone When you recognize some of these traits in your child or another child you know, contact the child's school and inquire about having him or her assessed for advanced academic talent. Parents, guardians, pediatricians, child care professionals, certified school personnel and students themselves may make referrals for assessment for ENCORE. Students may be referred to the local school support team or directly to the ENCORE office for assessment consideration. Eligibility is determined based on demonstration of advanced classroom performance, superior results on a national-normed achievement test, and evidence of higher-level thinking as measured by assessment of abstract reasoning and logical thinking. Information about gifted education in general is available on the Internet under the heading "gifted education." Persons with questions or concerns about assessment should call the Metro Schools Customer Service Center at INFO. 6 7

6 MNPS Options Scholars Program (Grades 9-12) Requires students to complete four credits in English, three in math, three in science, three in social studies, two in foreign language, and two in visual or performing arts. English and social studies credits must be earned in advanced placement or honors classes. Students in this program are recognized with a Distinguished Scholar diploma ( GPA) or Academic Honors diploma (85-92 GPA). School Choice How many schools are involved? Why? Before deciding against one of these schools, parents should talk to the principal. Many of these schools missed a level of good standing because they missed one or two of the 38 possible benchmarks. The choice to stay or move to another school follows the required annual evaluation by the State of Tennessee Department of Education under the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act. The most recent evaluation found some schools had not reached goals set the previous year and must now offer parents the choice of keeping their child in that school or moving to another. What parents should do If parents in any of these schools decide to move their children, they must choose a new school and submit an application for changing enrollment typically by the end of October. Parents will be notified which school their child has been accepted to attend, and they will have a certain amount of time to accept that choice. Students will then be enrolled and expected to attend classes. Things to think about before making a choice Some key factors parents and students should consider in deciding whether to move or stay: Students in the affected schools are eligible for choice if they live in the school's attendance zone or the students are assigned to attend this school by the district. Transportation to and from the new school is provided free as long as the current school does not meet NCLB Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) standards. If the current school meets AYP standards in two years, transportation to the new school will not be provided. If a parent moves out of the school's attendance zone, free transportation will not be provided. If a parent has two children in the current school and wishes both children to be moved, Metro Nashville Public Schools may not be able to place both children in the same school. Parents of transferring students in grades seven and eight should call the MNPS athletics office to determine if the move will affect a child's eligibility to participate in sports. Students must maintain satisfactory attendance, good behavior and grades to remain at the school of choice. MNPS will give priority to the lowest-achieving students from low-income families. Q. When does the School Board meet? Regular meetings of the Board of Public Education are held at the Administration Building of Metropolitan Public Schools, 2601 Bransford Avenue, at 5 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. These meetings are open to the public. The Metro Board of Public Education's regular meetings are televised on Metro s Government Access Channel 3 (Comcast cable, Davidson County). Q. Where do I find a school calendar for this school year? A school calendar for Davidson County can be viewed at Q. How do I find out about MNPS transportation? Transportation information and instructions are available on If you do not know which school your child will be attending, please call INFO. Note: The following students are not eligible for transportation: High school students living within 1.5 miles of their attending school. Elementary school students living within 1.25 miles of their attending school. Middle school students living within 1.25 miles of their attending school. Magnet school students are not eligible for transportation. MNPS Contact Information Dr. Pedro Garcia, Director of schools 2601 Bransford Ave., Nashville, TN Phone INFO Fax Customer Service Center INFO (4636) Parents at the schools may choose to leave their children in the current school or move to one of two schools nearby. Those staying in the current school may be eligible for tutoring services. In some cases, English Language Learners (ELL) may have only one school choice to ensure a continuation of services. 8 9

7 Nashville Regional County School Systems For a listing of schools, please visit the web site of each regional school system. Cheatham County Lynn Seifert, director of schools 101 Elizabeth St., Ashland City, TN Phone Fax Dickson County Charlie Daniel, director of schools 817 N. Charlotte St., Dickson, TN Phone Fax Franklin City Schools (Williamson County) Dr. David L. Snowden, director of schools 507 New Highway 96 W., Franklin, TN Phone Fax Lebanon City Schools (Wilson County) Andy Brummet, director of schools P.O. Box 520, Lebanon, TN Phone Fax Montgomery County Dr. Sandra Husk, director of schools 621 Gracey Ave., Clarksville, TN Phone Fax Maury County Edward Hickman, director of schools 501 West Eighth St., Columbia, TN Phone Fax Murfreesboro City Schools (Rutherford County) Marilyn M. Mathis, director of schools 2552 South Church St., Murfreesboro, TN Phone Fax Robertson County Ronnie L. Meador, director of schools 2121 Woodland St., Springfield, TN Phone Fax Rutherford County Harry Gill, Jr., director of schools 240 Southpark Blvd., Murfreesboro, TN Phone Fax Sumner County Benny Bills, director of schools 695 East Main St., Gallatin, TN Phone Fax Williamson County Rebecca Schwab, director of schools 1320 West Main, Franklin, TN Phone Fax Wilson County Dr. Jim Duncan, director of schools 351 Stumpy Lane, Lebanon, TN Phone Fax Montgomery Dickson Cheatham Maury Robertson Nashville Williamson Davidson Franklin City Schools Sumner Wilson Rutherford Lebanon City Schools Murfreesboro City Schools 10 11

8 Nashville-Area Private Schools Private schools with no religious affiliations Abintra Montessori School (Pre-K - 6) 914 Davidson Drive, Nashville, TN Battle Ground Academy (K-12) 336 Earnest Rice Lane, Franklin, TN Benton Hall School (1-12) 2422 Bethlehem Loop, Franklin, TN Casa de Montessori (2.5-5 years) 6817 Cloudland Drive, Nashville, TN Children First, A Montessori Community (8 wks-6 yrs) 3420 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN Children s House Montessori (3-6 years) 3404 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN Community High School (9-12) 145 Thompson Lane, Nashville, TN Currey Ingram Academy (K-12) 6544 Murray Lane, Brentwood, TN (students with learning differences) East Academy (K-6) 108 Chapel Ave., Nashville, TN Ensworth School (Pre-first - 8) 211 Ensworth Ave., Nashville, TN Ensworth School (9-12) 7401 Highway 100, Nashville, TN Franklin Road Academy (Pre-K - 12) 4700 Franklin Road, Nashville, TN The Gardner School (6 weeks-5 years) 216 Jamestown Park Road, Brentwood, TN Marriott Drive, Nashville, TN and Harding Academy (K-8) 170 Windsor Drive, Nashville, TN Harpeth Academy (Pre-K - 6) 150 Franklin Road, Nashville, TN Harpeth Hall School (5-12) girls only 3801 Hobbs Road, Nashville, TN High Hopes, Inc. (6 weeks-5 years) 1647 Mallory Lane, Suite 103, Brentwood, TN Honeysuckle Montessori School (Preschool-K) 112 Honeysuckle Drive, Hendersonville, TN Linden Corner School (Pre-K-8) 3201 Hillsboro Road, Nashville, TN Montessori Academy (3 years - Grade 12) 6021 Cloverland Drive, Brentwood, TN Montessori Centre (2 months-k) 4608 Granny White Pike, Nashville, TN Montessori School of Franklin (2 years - Grade 3) 325 West Main St., Suite G, Franklin, TN Montgomery Bell Academy (7-12) boys only 4001 Harding Road, Nashville, TN Nashville Academy (9-12) 41 Tusculum Road, Antioch, TN The Peanut Gallery (6 weeks-12 years) 330 Mayfield Drive, Franklin, TN Spedale Court, Spring Hill, TN and Pembroke Preparatory Preschool (6 weeks-5 years) 744 Noah Drive, Franklin, TN Primrose School of Cool Springs (Infant-Pre-K) 1010 Windcross Court, Franklin, TN Southgate Children s Academy (6 weeks-5 years) 315 Southgate Court, Brentwood, TN Sumner Academy (Pre-K-8) 464 Nichols Lane, Gallatin, TN University School of Nashville (K-12) 2000 Edgehill Ave., Nashville, TN Private schools with religious affiliations Apostolic Jesus Only Academy (K-12) 324 Glenrose Ave., Nashville, TN Baptist College Heights Christian Academy (K-12) 2100 Nashville Pike, Gallatin, TN Hendersonville Christian Academy (Pre-K-12) 355 Old Shackle Island Rd., Hendersonville, TN The Master s Touch Academy (Pre-K, 3-12) 890 Roack Springs Road, Smyrna, TN Metro Christian Academy (K, 3-12) 730 Neely s Bend Road, Madison, TN Mt. Juliet Christian Academy (Pre-K-12) 735 N. Mt. Juliet Road, Mt. Juliet, TN Radnor Baptist Academy (Pre-K-8) 3112 Nolensville Road, Nashville, TN Catholic Christ the King School (K-8) 3105 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN Father Ryan High School (9-12) 700 Norwood Drive, Nashville, TN

9 Nashville-Area Private Schools Holy Rosary Academy (K-8) 190 Graylynn Drive, Nashville, TN Overbrook School (Pre-K-8) 4210 Harding Road, Nashville, TN Pope John Paul II High School (9-12) 117 Caldwell Drive, Hendersonville, TN St. Ann School (K-8) 5105 Charlotte Ave., Nashville, TN St. Bernard Academy (K-8) th Ave. South, Nashville, TN St. Cecilia Academy (9-12) girls only 4210 Harding Road, Nashville, TN St. Edward School (K-8) 190 Thompson Lane, Nashville, TN St. Henry Elementary (K-8) 4601 Harding Road, Nashville, TN St. John Vianney School (Pre-K-8) 501 North Gallatin, Nashville, TN St. Joseph School (K-8) 1225 Gallatin Rd. South, Madison, TN St. Mary Catholic School (Pre-K-8) 1901 Madison Street, Clarksville, TN St. Matthew School (K-8) 533 Sneed Road West, Franklin, TN St. Pius X School (Pre-K-8) 2750 Tucker Road, Nashville, TN St. Rose of Lima Catholic School (K-8) 1601 North Tennessee Blvd., Murfreesboro, TN St. Vincent Depaul School (K-8) 1703 Knowles Street, Nashville, TN Church of Christ David Lipscomb Campus School (Pre-K-12) 3901 Granny White Pike, Nashville, TN Ezell-Harding Christian School (Pre-K - 12) 574 Bell Road, Antioch, TN Goodpasture Christian School (Pre-K-12) 619 W Due West Ave., Madison, TN Middle Tennessee Christian School (Pre-K, 3-12) 100 E. MTCS Road, Murfreesboro, TN Church of the Nazarene Madison Nazarene Christian Academy (Pre-K - 12) 503 Lanier Drive, Madison, TN Free Will Baptist Woodbine Christian Academy (Pre-K-8) 2204 Foster Ave., Nashville, TN Independent Pioneer Christian School (K-12) 4479 Jackson Road, Whites Creek, TN Interdenominational Christian Community High School (9-12) 506 Hester Drive, White House, TN Davidson Academy (K-12) 1414 Old Hickory Blvd., Nashville, TN Heritage and Hope Academy (K, 4-8) 506 Hester Drive, White House, TN White House Christian Academy (Pre-K-12) 205 Spring Street, White House, TN Islamic Islamic School of Nashville 7335 Charlotte Pike, Nashville, TN Jewish Akiva School (K-6) 809 Percy Warner Blvd., Nashville, TN Gordon Jewish Comm. Ctr. Preschool (6 weeks-pre-k) 801 Percy Warner Blvd., Nashville, TN Lutheran Our Savior Lutheran Academy (2-5 years) 5110 Franklin Road, Nashville, TN Multidenominational Park Avenue Christian School (K-8) 4300 Park Ave., Nashville, TN Nondenominational Artios Academy (K-7) 5200 Franklin Pike, Nashville, TN Brentwood Academy (6-12) 219 Granny White Pike, Brentwood, TN Bridges Academy (5-12) 3250 Dickerson Pike, Nashville, TN Donelson Christian Academy (Pre-K-12) 300 Danyacrest Dr., Nashville, TN Eagles Nest Academy (Pre-K-6) 810 Del Rio Pike, Franklin, TN Faith Christian Development Academy (Pre-K-3) 2635 Nolensville Road, Nashville, TN

10 Nashville-Area Private Schools Notes Franklin Christian Academy (7-12) 308 Jordan Road, Franklin, TN Lancaster Christian Academy (K, 2-12) 150 Soccer Way, Smyrna, TN Lighthouse Christian School (K-12) 5100 Blue Hole Road, Antioch, TN Seventh-Day Adventist F.H. Jenkins Elementary School (1-8) 814 Youngs Lane, Nashville, TN Madison Academy (9-12) 100 Academy Road, Madison, TN Madison Campus Elementary (K-8) 1515 Southerland Drive, Nashville, TN McClain Christian Academy/Pixie Preschool (Pre-K, 3-8) 410 West Main Street, Lebanon, TN Middle Ground Academy (5-8) Concord Road, Nashville, TN Nashville Christian School (Daycare-12) 7555 Sawyer Brown Road, Nashville, TN Oak Hill School (Pre-K - 6) 4815 Franklin Road, Nashville, TN St. Paul Christian Academy (K-6) 5035 Hillsboro Road, Nashville, TN Presbyterian Christ Presbyterian Academy (K-12) 2323A Old Hickory Blvd., Nashville, TN The Covenant School (Pre-K-5) 33 Burton Hills Blvd., Nashville, TN Printing by Chamber Member: R&S Printing Service, Inc

11 There is no single issue more important to the continued prosperity of Nashville and the Nashville region than education and the pursuit of education excellence for our youth. The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce is an engaged participant in supporting the community s commitment to classroom achievement and 100 percent student success. We are grateful to Bank of America, the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors and other like-minded partners. 211 Commerce Street, Suite 100 Nashville, TN Phone: Fax: This guide is published by the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce. It is available online at Individual print copies and bulk quantities may be ordered through the Chamber s Information Services Department by calling Sponsored by: Print Underwriter:

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