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Education in the Greater Nashville Area

Moving to the Nashville area with children? You've come to the right place. Discover top-tier public schools, renowned private schools, private universities, and public colleges throughout "Music City" and beyond. Whether you're moving to the heart of Nashville, or a community within Robertson, Cheatham, or Montgomery County, I've got you covered.

Use this page to get to know more about your options in Nashville. Have a question about the schools in a particular community? I'm only a phone call away!

Metro Nashville Public Schools

The Metro Nashville Public School District excels at providing students with everything they need to success. With a number of specialty programs available, including AP and IB classes, Metro Nashville strives to foster a comprehensive learning environment where students are pushed to be the best they can be.

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What Makes This District Stand Out

Quick Facts

Students Served: 89,000+
Number of Schools: 157
Teachers: 5,786

Specialty Programs

Advanced Academics (AP, IB, Cambridge)
English Learner Classes
Music & Visual Art Programs
STEM and STEAM Courses

Other School Districts Near Nashville

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One of the best parts about moving to the Greater Nashville area is the wide variety of different communities here! Use the guide below to explore different school districts in the area.

Robertson County Schools

Students Served: 11,165
Number of Schools: 23

Cheatham County Schools

Students Served: 6,390
Number of Schools: 13

Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Schools

Students Served: 34,900
Number of Schools: 39

Wilson County

Students Served: 21,295
Number of Schools: 27

Williamson County Public Schools

Students Served: 40,000
Number of Schools: 48

Rutherford County Schools

Students Served: 45,000
Number of Schools: 47

Dickson County Schools

Students Served: 8,500
Number of Schools: 14

Private K-12 Schools in Nashville

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There are a number of reasons why some parents opt for private schools. Smaller classroom sizes, advanced or specialized curriculums, and holistic learning styles are among the most popular, which is why the following private schools are an excellent option for families in the greater Nashville area!

Grades K-12

University School of Nashville
The Ensworth School
Franklin Road Academy
Battle Ground Academy

Grades 6-12

St. Andrew's-Sewanee School

Grades 9-12

St. Cecilia Academy
Pope John Paul II High School
Montgomery Bell Academy

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