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Fast Facts

  • Five National Merit Finalists since 2017
  • Two perfect ACT scores in 2019
  • Class of 2019 earned 291 dual credits or AP
  • 60% of class of 2019 graduated with college credit
  • Over 15 Advanced Placement (AP) classes for seventh through 12th grade
  • 47 eighth-grade students enrolled in high school classes in 2018-2019 (at least one-third of the students enroll in high school classes while in eighth grade)
  • Over half the seventh-grade students qualify for the Duke Talent Identification Program based on their sixth-grade standardized test scores, which have to be at or above the 95th percentile
  • Fluid Math program: students are enrolled in math classes that meet their needs based on achievement, aptitude and attitude
  • K-2 dedicated Language Block: uninterrupted 90-120 minutes daily
  • Hands-on science labs at every level: pre-k through fourth grade collaborate with university and high school students
  • Comprehensive curriculum mapping pre-k through 12th grade
  • Some pre-k students are reading at a third-grade level; reading specialists assess kindergarten through second grade three times a year
  • In-house tutoring with a director and full-time staff
  • 56% of the Class of 2019 participated in the performing arts
  • 32 consecutive years of honors at the state choral festival
  • All fifth through eighth-grade students participate in vocal and instrumental classes
  • 2019 Congressional Art Competition winner from Tennessee’s 5th district; work to be displayed for a year in U.S. Capitol
  • Over 300 technology devices available on campus for educational student use
  • Five-time recipient of National Primary School of the Year and Tennessee Primary School of the Year by the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project for environmental studies
  • Enrichment Academic Summer Experiences offered to preschool through 12th grade