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EDUCATION

 

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

Elementary Schools    
Beech Elementary School
3120 Long Hollow Pike, Hendersonville
(615) 824-2700
bes.sumnerschools.org
Gateway Elementary School
1524 Monticello Avenue, Madison
(615) 860-1465
www.gatewayes.mnps.org
Goodlettsville Elementary School
514 Donald Avenue, Goodlettsville
(615) 859-8950
www.goodlettsvillees.mnps.org
     
Madison Creek Elementary School
1040 Madison Creek Road, Goodlettsville
(615) 859-4991
mce.sumnerschools.org
Old Center Elementary School
1245 Dickerson Pike South, Goodlettsville
(615) 859-8968
www.oldcenteres.mnps.org
 

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

High Schools  
Beech High School
3126 Long Hollow Pike, Hendersonville
(615) 824-6200
bhs.sumnerschools.org
Hunters Lane Comprehensive High School
1150 Hunters Lane, Nashville
(615) 860-1401
www.hunterslanehs.mnps.org

Private Schools    

Davidson Academy

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

Goodpasture Christian School

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

Hendersonville Christian Academy

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

     

Metro Christian Academy

(Private, Grades K-12)

322 East Cedar St., Goodlettsville

(615) 859-1184, Ext. 21

www.mcaeagles.com

 

 


Colleges
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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