Explore your school options for the 2013-14 school year at the inaugural First Choice Festival. Families will be able to visit with representatives from the districts 153 schools, explore programs offered in our district, and learn how to apply.
The First Choice Festival will be held Thursday, Oct. 18, 4:30 - 7:30 p.m., at McGavock High School. The event is sponsored by WSMV-Channel 4 News, NES, The Memorial Foundation, Vanderbilt University, Comcast, Metro Water Services, Ingram, Tractor Supply Company, Gaylord Entertainment, Kroger, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee, AT&T, and RGAnderson.
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The Spring Application Deadline has been extended! Families wishing to apply for a Spring Application School must submit the application, online or in printed form at the MNPS Customer Service Center, no later than 5:30 p.m., Monday, April 2. To learn which schools are available during Spring Application and how to apply, click here.
Learn more about MNPS Virtual School, the Metro Schools online program offering high school-level and Advanced Placement courses to district students, home school students and other students who can work well independently.
Davidson County residents are invited to attend an information session on MNPS Virtual School at Cohn Adult Learning Center, 4805 Park Avenue, Nashville 37209, from 2 to 4p.m., on any of these dates:
Thursday, February 9
Thursday, March 8
Thursday, April 12
Thursday, May 10
Reserve your seat by emailing email@example.com
Can’t make it, but still want to learn more? Call Barbra Thoeming, Virtual School Coordinator, for an appointment: 615-463-0188 ext 3910. Click here to learn more about virtual school..
Metro families have a brand new digital advantage in the Fall Application process this year. The new GeoZone mapping tool helps families find just the right fit by showing them exactly where they stand among the dozens of options available.
The Office of Student Assignment has been hard at work for months developing this new tool, which guides families not only through their own school zones, but also maps out:
GeoZone comes along just in time with the Fall Application period in full swing. By mapping out school options GeoZone complements the ZoneFinder tool, which helps families find their school of zone.
Try it out for yourself. It's easy to use and packed with information. Use the icons listed below to navigate and find the school you're looking for. Once you've found a school on the map, you can roll your cursor over or click on it to find more information about the school, such as its School Profile and website.
Click here to try out GeoZone.
More options than ever before.More opportunities to see those options first hand.More schools and programs that are as unique as your child.
The Fall Application is so much more than a name change.
You and your child choose the right fit.
Is your son interested in science and technology? There are schools for him. Does your daughter have a flair for the arts? There are schools for her, too. There are schools for students who ask a lot of questions and for students who enjoy hands-on or project-based learning; schools for high school students who want to graduate early or students who want to work outside of the classroom. We have options for everyone.
We’ll guide you through the options.
The Fall Application period opens on November 7, but you can get started right now. Our Fall Application website can guide you through all of the options and help you find the best ones for your child. Our Customer Service Center can also help you through the process.
But the best way to learn about our schools is the old fashioned way: visiting schools and talking to educators. There are plenty of opportunities to do just that, starting on November 7 at the Fall Application Kick-off Event at IT Creswell Arts Magnet (3500 John Mallette Drive, 37218). There you can meet representatives from nearly three dozen schools, learn about their programs and offerings, and even apply on the spot. Schools will also hold walk-throughs and tours to give you a firsthand look at your child’s options. Contact the school to see when they will be offering tours.
Selection Day (formerly known as Lottery Day) is January 7 at the Martin Professional Development Center (2400 Fairfax Avenue, 37212). The selection process has been streamlined using the display technology available at the Martin Center, making it an easier and more enjoyable event for parents. Representatives from various schools will also be on hand to offer information during the selection process.
It’s a lot to take in, but that’s only because we have a lot to offer. We are proud of the options available to Metro Schools’ families and we will help you find just the right one.
Click Here to Visit the Fall Application Website
Stand for Children's School Choice Survey will end today. It's a quick 10-minute survey that will provide valuable information regarding school choices in Nashville. Fill it out and you will be entered to win a Target gift card!
Stand for Children School Choice Survey
Great news, Nashville! Metro Schools has created a new tool for students, parents, and prospective families in deciding which school best fits the family and child's needs. The Parents' Guide to Public Schools is full of information to help guide you through your child's education. Individual school profiles, district maps, helpful enrollment tips, facts and figures regarding the school system, opportunities for advanced academics and extracurricular activities, and many more topics will be covered in the guide.