Going to School in Knoxville
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Knoxville, TN has 50 public elementary schools (K-5) with an enrollment of 27,517. Kindergarten schools
Berean Christian School - Berean Christian School is a K -12, family-friendly school, focused on readying its students for advanced education and for successful, Christian lives of leadership and service. The school is, and has been serving the community since 1980. It is a place where Knoxville-area families can turn for a quality education that includes the instilling of traditional Christian values and the fostering of a love for God in its students. Berean has received full accreditation by both the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) for grades K-12. Berean Christian competes in basketball, soccer, volleyball, and co-op with other schools for a variety of sport offerings.
Cedar Bluff Primary School - Established in 1978 to serve children in kindergarten, first grade and second grade. Has a preschool language program. Total student enrollment in 34 classrooms is approximately 585. Average class size is 20 students per teacher.
Christian Academy of Knoxville - Christian Academy of Knoxville (CAK) is a non-profit, coeducational, evangelical interdenominational school teaching a Christian world-view to children in grades K-12. CAK offers several advanced placement courses and equips each individual student with the tools for success in college and career. CAK was founded in 1977. The school’s campus is located in west Knoxville on 77 acres and serves families from many churches in a six-county area. CAK has over 870 students.
Concord Christian School - CCS has a K-8 curriculum based on the State of Tennessee benchmarks with emphasis on Biblical instruction. CCS is also a member of the Southern Baptist Association of Christian Schools and is recognized by the State of Tennessee as a Category IV Church-Sponsored School.
Episcopal School of Knoxville, The - Combining academic excellence with a profound emphasis on community, character, and kindness, students of diverse beliefs and backgrounds gain the joy of learning creating lifelong readers, writers, and problem solvers. Low student-to-teacher ratios, state of the art technology, extensive fine arts, music, athletic programs, an honor code, and required community service cultivate the intellectual, creative, spiritual, and ethical growth of students who will be prepared for college and in their journey through life
Farragut Intermediate School - Farragut Intermediate School was one of the first schools recognized as a Tennessee Exemplary School and has held that designation ever since. It has also received the U.S. Department of Education's Blue Ribbon School of Academic Excellence Award. F.I.S. consistently scores above national and state levels on standardized tests.
Farragut Primary School Library - Farragut Primary School Library is a 21st-Century Library with a collection of over 12,000 titles. This collection meets the standards established by the State of Tennessee for school libraries. Each title purchased is recommended for children in the primary grades.
First Lutheran School - First Lutheran School is committed to excellence in Christian education for ages three through eighth grade. Conveniently located off the Broadway I-40 exit, we're just 2 miles from downtown and 3 miles from UT.
Grace Christian Academy - Grace Christian Academy is committed to providing an academically excellent school experience where each student is equipped with the skills needed to excel both within and beyond the walls of Grace Christian Academy. The child is encouraged to develop as a whole person and responsible citizen, striving for the understanding and fulfillment of God's purpose in his or her life.
Knoxville Christian School - Provides information on mission, history, staff, academics, athletics, school supply list, calendar of events, and news. At Knoxville Christian School, a great emphasis is placed on the spiritual well-being of each student. All students at KCS have daily Bible lessons and a daily chapel service.
Paideia Academy - Paideia Academy was founded in 2004 for the purpose of providing a challenging classical education founded upon a biblical worldview. The school, which emphasizes Christianity and a classical curriculum including Latin, Logic, and Rhetoric, is part of a growing movement nationwide.
Temple Baptist Academy - Phonics mastery is the cornerstone of the elementary reading program while strong foundations are systematically laid in mathematics, grammar, science, history, and geography. The Academy is known for being a school with high academic standards, equipping students for success in whatever field God directs them.
Tennessee School for the Deaf - A K-12 school serving deaf and hard of hearing students in the state of Tennessee.
Thackston School - Thackston school is a co-educational independent elementary school serving students in preschool through 5th grade.