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Metro Nashville Public Schools Board (Davidson County)
2601 Bransford Avenue, Nashville
(615) 259-8487
Sumner County Board of Education
695 East Main Street, Gallatin, TN
(615) 451-5200

Elementary Schools    
Beech Elementary School
3120 Long Hollow Pike, Hendersonville
(615) 824-2700
Gateway Elementary School
1524 Monticello Avenue, Madison
(615) 860-1465
Goodlettsville Elementary School
514 Donald Avenue, Goodlettsville
(615) 859-8950
Madison Creek Elementary School
1040 Madison Creek Road, Goodlettsville
(615) 859-4991
Old Center Elementary School
1245 Dickerson Pike South, Goodlettsville
(615) 859-8968

Middle Schools  
Goodlettsville Middle School
300 South Main Street, Goodlettsville
(615) 859-8956
T.W. Hunter Middle School
3140 Long Hollow Pike, Hendersonville
(615) 822-4720

High Schools  
Beech High School
3126 Long Hollow Pike, Hendersonville
(615) 824-6200
Hunters Lane Comprehensive High School
1150 Hunters Lane, Nashville
(615) 860-1401

Private Schools    

Davidson Academy

(Private, Grades K-12)
1414 Old Hickory Blvd., Nashville
(615) 860-5300

Goodpasture Christian School

(Private, Grades K-12)
619 Due West Avenue, Madison
(615) 868-2600

Hendersonville Christian Academy

(Private, Grades K-12)
355 Old Shackle Island Road, Hendersonville
(615) 824-1550


Metro Christian Academy

(Private, Grades K-12)

322 East Cedar St., Goodlettsville

(615) 859-1184, Ext. 21



Since the 1850’s one of Nashville’s nicknames has been Athens of the South. With the numerous colleges and universities in and around the Nashville area, Goodlettsville is just minutes from a Mecca of higher education.

Fun Fact – Nashville was the first Southern city to establish a public school system.

* NOTE - In addition to these schools, Davidson and Sumner County have Magnet, Charter and Design Schools that families may choose to send students for education. 


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