Schools

Schools

Williamson County Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Franklin, TN. It has 40,475 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1.  WCS currently ranks first in Tennessee among districts with more than one high school.

At Metro Nashville Public Schools, their programs are based on developing the whole child.  This philosophy is critical to building a strong learning community. That’s why MNPS work closely with students, staff, families, and the community to ensure every child is ready for college, career, and life.

Rutherford County Schools is known for its innovation and accomplishments. During the past year, multiple schools, employees and students have earned recognition from various organizations and groups. Two Rutherford County school administrators were selected for the prestigious Governor’s Academy for School Leadership program. The program prepares and develops educators through mentorships and classroom exercises to become effective principals. A third of Rutherford County schools — 15 to be exact — were named “Reward Schools” by the Tennessee Department of Education for performing within the top 5 percent of the state.

Schools

Schools

Williamson County Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Franklin, TN. It has 40,475 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1.  WCS currently ranks first in Tennessee among districts with more than one high school.

At Metro Nashville Public Schools, their programs are based on developing the whole child.  This philosophy is critical to building a strong learning community. That’s why MNPS work closely with students, staff, families, and the community to ensure every child is ready for college, career, and life.

Rutherford County Schools is known for its innovation and accomplishments. During the past year, multiple schools, employees and students have earned recognition from various organizations and groups. Two Rutherford County school administrators were selected for the prestigious Governor’s Academy for School Leadership program. The program prepares and develops educators through mentorships and classroom exercises to become effective principals. A third of Rutherford County schools — 15 to be exact — were named “Reward Schools” by the Tennessee Department of Education for performing within the top 5 percent of the state.

Williamson County Public Schools

Franklin Special School District
https://www.fssd.org

The Franklin Special School District a K-8 school system with approximately 3,900 enrolled students. Students are served by seven schools: four elementary schools, one intermediate school, one middle school, and a balanced calendar K-8 school. For a list of all schools please visit: Franklin Special School District

Williamson County School District

The Williamson County Schools is a student-centered, academically enriching district that supports the collaborative educational efforts of students, teachers, staff, and community. Their mission is to cultivate the ability, intellect, and character of each student and for all students will show at least one year’s academic growth each year. Williamson County School District strives to achieve a balance between academic, career and technical and extracurricular activities. Public education is a responsibility shared by schools, families, and members of the community and that is why the William County Schools work together to attain the strongest educational system possible.

Please visit their official website at: https://www.wcs.edu.

Below are links to view information on the schools within the Williamson County School District. There are links to each school’s website as well as videos and contact information about each school.

Williamson County School Directory:
https://www.wcs.edu/

Williamson County Private Schools

Brentwood Academy
As a coeducational, independent, college-preparatory school, Brentwood Academy is dedicated to developing the whole person –mind, body, and spirit. Bentwood works hard to ensure that strong academics and challenging athletics, as well as a spirit of cooperation, rooted in wholesome relationships, is necessary for this model of education to be effective. Please visit the Brentwood Academy’s official website for more details. https://www.brentwoodacademy.com

Currey Ingram Academy
Currey Ingram Academy offers a tradition of quality education providing an encouraging learning environment for children who learn differently or who have unique learning styles. Founded in 1968, Currey Ingram Academy’s motto is “developing minds, building character, and achieving success”. Currey Ingram Academy was Tennessee’s first school for children with learning differences. All of the school’s graduates have achieved 100 percent college program acceptance. Today the Academy has been selected by the United States Department of Education as a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 1990, designated as an Apple Showcase and Lighthouse School by Apple Computers in 2001, and has been council for Learning Disabilities Tennessee Teacher of the Year in 1994 and 1999. To discover this and more, please visit the Academy’s official website at: https://www.curreyingram.org

The following information is sourced from Battle Ground Academy For this and more information, please follow the link.

BGA has a history and tradition of being a leader in independent school education. A kindergarten through twelfth grade school, BGA has over 960 students. Our mission is focused on offering a college preparatory education dedicated to developing the intellectual, moral, physical, and creative aspects of each student. We also believe in service learning opportunities that enhance the student experience.

While our foundation is on academics, a range of programs and activities take center stage during the year. Athletics, arts, numerous student organizations and community service opportunities all contribute significantly to the BGA experience.

As a regional school, students come to BGA from several middle Tennessee counties including Williamson, Davidson, Maury, Dickson, Rutherford and Marshall.

Battle Ground Academy offers many exceptional programs for students. The Legatus program offers Upper School Students the opportunity to serve as ambassadors of BGA. The College Counseling Program provides assistance to students and their families in the college search, application and decision-making process with the goal that each student will attend a college or university that is a good match for him or her. The Breakfast Club-Link Program is a student/teacher advisory program for all freshman students. Each student is assigned to a group with eight or nine other freshman. These Link Groups meet on a regular basis with their faculty Link leader with the purpose of creating a social network among students at all grade levels.

The following information is sourced from Benton Hall School For this and more information, please follow the link.

At Benton Hall School, we understand and celebrate that all human beings are different. Different in the ways we perceive the world. Different in the ways we express our feelings. Different in the way we relate to others. We have always understood that some students also learn differently than others. Rather than forcing out of the box learners to conform to traditional teaching styles, classroom decorum and academic formulas, we believe it’s important to offer these special children a learning environment that is as individual as they are themselves.

The following information is sourced from Franklin Classical School For this and more information, please follow the link.

Franklin Classical School (FCS) began in 1992 as a one-course home school supplement taught by Dr. George Grant. Since then, the school has flourished with a reputation as a pioneer in Classical Christian education. FCS is now an independent, private, Christian school where Dr. Grant continues as President, Founder, and Humanities teacher.

FCS offers a full curriculum for grades 5-12. Our college preparatory curriculum allows students to graduate with all necessary state credits, yet the school is still structured so that parents may choose to home school for select subjects.

The following information is sourced from New Hope Academy For this and more information, please follow the link.

New Hope Academy seeks to break the cycle of poverty and bring racial reconciliation by providing a unique educational experience to elementary school students and families that bring together the different economic, racial and social cultures in the community. The vision of New Hope Academy is to:

• Give glory and honor to God
• Erase cultural, racial and economic barriers by celebrating the uniqueness of each student
• Disciple and nurture each student as a beloved child of God
• Cultivate wisdom in each student and inspire a heart of service
• Teach through the lens of a Biblical worldview
• Build relationships that cross all man-made barriers
• Instill knowledge, understanding and wisdom through a classical education approach
• Plant the NHA vision throughout the world for His name’s sake

Abintra Montessori School
https://www.abintra.org

Christ Presbyterian Academy
https://www.cpalions.org

East Academy
https://www.greatschools.org/

The Ensworth School
https://www.ensworth.com

Montgomery Bell Academy
https://montgomerybell.edu

Oak Hill School
https://www.oakhillschool.org

St. Cecilia Academy
https://www.stcecilia.edu

University School of Nashville
https://www.usn.org

Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools

Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools is made up of 136 schools, including 74 elementary schools, 35 middle schools, 16 high schools, 4 alternative learning centers, 4 special education schools, and 3 charter schools. At the Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, students and teachers make great achievements every day towards reaching their peak performance. The schools encourage parent and community involvement, while offering exciting educational opportunities and stimulating learning environments for all students. Students are focused on as individuals, each with unique needs and capabilities. Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools offers a variety of specialized programs, including magnet, design center, enhanced option and professional development schools, as well as innovative new high school programs. Teachers in the schools are dedicated, life-long learners who are supported by equally dedicated and caring support employees. Please visit the official Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools website for more details. https://www.mnps.org

Nashville Private Schools

Nashville is proud to be home to so many excellent private schools. To learn more about an individual school you are interested in, please feel free to visit their official website by visiting the link provided below the school’s name. For a complete list of private schools in the area, please visit: Nashville Private Schools

Abintra Montessori School
https://www.abintra.org

Christ Presbyterian Academy
https://www.cpalions.org

East Academy
https://www.greatschools.org/

The Ensworth School
https://www.ensworth.com

Montgomery Bell Academy
https://montgomerybell.edu

Oak Hill School
https://www.oakhillschool.org

St. Cecilia Academy
https://www.stcecilia.edu

University School of Nashville
https://www.usn.org

Rutherford County School District

Rutherford County Schools consistently ranks among the best school districts in Tennessee and has outpaced national rankings on a number of measures. Rutherford County is one of the fastest growing school districts in Tennessee and the fourth largest behind those in Memphis, Nashville and Knoxville.

Rutherford County Schools has a total enrollment of more than 47,000. Since 2004, the district has opened 13 new schools and completed additions / renovations at 17 other schools.

Learn more about Rutherford County Public Schools at their official site:  https://www.rcschools.net/
Rutherford County has a variety of private schools. To learn more about an individual school you are interested in, please feel free to visit their official website by visiting the link provided below the school’s name.
For a complete list of private schools in Rutherford County, visit Rutherford County Private Schools
Providence Christian Academy
Lancaster Christian Academy
Franklin Road Christian School
Middle Tennessee Christian School
St. Rose of Lime Catholic School
Bill Rice Christian Academy

Franklin Special School District
https://www.fssd.org

The Franklin Special School District a K-8 school system with approximately 3,900 enrolled students. Students are served by seven schools: four elementary schools, one intermediate school, one middle school, and a balanced calendar K-8 school. For a list of all schools please visit: Franklin Special School District

Williamson County School District

The Williamson County Schools is a student-centered, academically enriching district that supports the collaborative educational efforts of students, teachers, staff, and community. Their mission is to cultivate the ability, intellect, and character of each student and for all students will show at least one year’s academic growth each year. Williamson County School District strives to achieve a balance between academic, career and technical and extracurricular activities. Public education is a responsibility shared by schools, families, and members of the community and that is why the William County Schools work together to attain the strongest educational system possible.

Please visit their official website at: https://www.wcs.edu.

Below are links to view information on the schools within the Williamson County School District. There are links to each school’s website as well as videos and contact information about each school.

Williamson County School Directory:
https://www.wcs.edu/

Brentwood Academy
As a coeducational, independent, college-preparatory school, Brentwood Academy is dedicated to developing the whole person –mind, body, and spirit. Bentwood works hard to ensure that strong academics and challenging athletics, as well as a spirit of cooperation, rooted in wholesome relationships, is necessary for this model of education to be effective. Please visit the Brentwood Academy’s official website for more details. https://www.brentwoodacademy.com

Currey Ingram Academy
Currey Ingram Academy offers a tradition of quality education providing an encouraging learning environment for children who learn differently or who have unique learning styles. Founded in 1968, Currey Ingram Academy’s motto is “developing minds, building character, and achieving success”. Currey Ingram Academy was Tennessee’s first school for children with learning differences. All of the school’s graduates have achieved 100 percent college program acceptance. Today the Academy has been selected by the United States Department of Education as a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 1990, designated as an Apple Showcase and Lighthouse School by Apple Computers in 2001, and has been council for Learning Disabilities Tennessee Teacher of the Year in 1994 and 1999. To discover this and more, please visit the Academy’s official website at: https://www.curreyingram.org

The following information is sourced from Battle Ground Academy For this and more information, please follow the link.

BGA has a history and tradition of being a leader in independent school education. A kindergarten through twelfth grade school, BGA has over 960 students. Our mission is focused on offering a college preparatory education dedicated to developing the intellectual, moral, physical, and creative aspects of each student. We also believe in service learning opportunities that enhance the student experience.

While our foundation is on academics, a range of programs and activities take center stage during the year. Athletics, arts, numerous student organizations and community service opportunities all contribute significantly to the BGA experience.

As a regional school, students come to BGA from several middle Tennessee counties including Williamson, Davidson, Maury, Dickson, Rutherford and Marshall.

Battle Ground Academy offers many exceptional programs for students. The Legatus program offers Upper School Students the opportunity to serve as ambassadors of BGA. The College Counseling Program provides assistance to students and their families in the college search, application and decision-making process with the goal that each student will attend a college or university that is a good match for him or her. The Breakfast Club-Link Program is a student/teacher advisory program for all freshman students. Each student is assigned to a group with eight or nine other freshman. These Link Groups meet on a regular basis with their faculty Link leader with the purpose of creating a social network among students at all grade levels.

The following information is sourced from Benton Hall School For this and more information, please follow the link.

At Benton Hall School, we understand and celebrate that all human beings are different. Different in the ways we perceive the world. Different in the ways we express our feelings. Different in the way we relate to others. We have always understood that some students also learn differently than others. Rather than forcing out of the box learners to conform to traditional teaching styles, classroom decorum and academic formulas, we believe it’s important to offer these special children a learning environment that is as individual as they are themselves.

The following information is sourced from Franklin Classical School For this and more information, please follow the link.

Franklin Classical School (FCS) began in 1992 as a one-course home school supplement taught by Dr. George Grant. Since then, the school has flourished with a reputation as a pioneer in Classical Christian education. FCS is now an independent, private, Christian school where Dr. Grant continues as President, Founder, and Humanities teacher.

FCS offers a full curriculum for grades 5-12. Our college preparatory curriculum allows students to graduate with all necessary state credits, yet the school is still structured so that parents may choose to home school for select subjects.

The following information is sourced from New Hope Academy For this and more information, please follow the link.

New Hope Academy seeks to break the cycle of poverty and bring racial reconciliation by providing a unique educational experience to elementary school students and families that bring together the different economic, racial and social cultures in the community. The vision of New Hope Academy is to:

• Give glory and honor to God
• Erase cultural, racial and economic barriers by celebrating the uniqueness of each student
• Disciple and nurture each student as a beloved child of God
• Cultivate wisdom in each student and inspire a heart of service
• Teach through the lens of a Biblical worldview
• Build relationships that cross all man-made barriers
• Instill knowledge, understanding and wisdom through a classical education approach
• Plant the NHA vision throughout the world for His name’s sake

Abintra Montessori School
https://www.abintra.org

Christ Presbyterian Academy
https://www.cpalions.org

East Academy
https://www.greatschools.org/

The Ensworth School
https://www.ensworth.com

Montgomery Bell Academy
https://montgomerybell.edu

Oak Hill School
https://www.oakhillschool.org

St. Cecilia Academy
https://www.stcecilia.edu

University School of Nashville
https://www.usn.org

Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools is made up of 136 schools, including 74 elementary schools, 35 middle schools, 16 high schools, 4 alternative learning centers, 4 special education schools, and 3 charter schools. At the Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, students and teachers make great achievements every day towards reaching their peak performance. The schools encourage parent and community involvement, while offering exciting educational opportunities and stimulating learning environments for all students. Students are focused on as individuals, each with unique needs and capabilities. Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools offers a variety of specialized programs, including magnet, design center, enhanced option and professional development schools, as well as innovative new high school programs. Teachers in the schools are dedicated, life-long learners who are supported by equally dedicated and caring support employees. Please visit the official Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools website for more details. https://www.mnps.org

Nashville is proud to be home to so many excellent private schools. To learn more about an individual school you are interested in, please feel free to visit their official website by visiting the link provided below the school’s name. For a complete list of private schools in the area, please visit: Nashville Private Schools

Abintra Montessori School
https://www.abintra.org

Christ Presbyterian Academy
https://www.cpalions.org

East Academy
https://www.greatschools.org/

The Ensworth School
https://www.ensworth.com

Montgomery Bell Academy
https://montgomerybell.edu

Oak Hill School
https://www.oakhillschool.org

St. Cecilia Academy
https://www.stcecilia.edu

University School of Nashville
https://www.usn.org

Rutherford County Schools consistently ranks among the best school districts in Tennessee and has outpaced national rankings on a number of measures. Rutherford County is one of the fastest growing school districts in Tennessee and the fourth largest behind those in Memphis, Nashville and Knoxville.

Rutherford County Schools has a total enrollment of more than 47,000. Since 2004, the district has opened 13 new schools and completed additions / renovations at 17 other schools.

Learn more about Rutherford County Public Schools at their official site:  https://www.rcschools.net/
Rutherford County has a variety of private schools. To learn more about an individual school you are interested in, please feel free to visit their official website by visiting the link provided below the school’s name.
For a complete list of private schools in Rutherford County, visit Rutherford County Private Schools
Providence Christian Academy
Lancaster Christian Academy
Franklin Road Christian School
Middle Tennessee Christian School
St. Rose of Lime Catholic School
Bill Rice Christian Academy