Going to School in Knoxville
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Berean Christian School - Nine full and part-time teachers are responsible for the student program. Facilities include life and physical science labs, library, gym and classrooms. Academic courses are language arts, math, Bible, history, and science. State education guidelines are followed with biblical principles integrated throughout the curriculum. BCS Middle School is also a member of Knoxville Independent School league (K.I.S.L.) and students in grades 6 through 8 compete in basketball, football (eighth only), track, golf, soccer, swimming (eighth only) and volleyball.
Christian Academy of Knoxville - The high school curriculum is diverse and current with the needs of our students for their future higher education. The high school offers advanced placement (college level) courses to qualified students in the 11th and 12th grades. CAK students consistently score higher than state and national averages on college entrance exams. Ninety-seven percent of our students go to institutions of higher education. As well as academic courses, a variety of fine arts courses are available at the high school. Art courses explore various media, including photography, drawing, painting, and sculpture. The Music Department includes both instrumental and choral music. The CAK Warrior Marching Band has appeared at parades and functions instate and out-of-state. The Spirit of Praise chorale ensemble has an extensive tour schedule.
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 Episcopal School of Knoxville is a premier Kindergarten-8 private school committed to academic excellence, moral development, and citizenship. ESK's curriculum and community service cultivates the intellectual, creative, athletic, spiritual, and ethical growth of our students.
Freedom Christian Academy - Established in 2002. K3 - 8th grade plus Infant/Toddler Center.
Grace Christian Academy - The high school curriculum is college preparatory based. The core courses include Bible, English, math, science, and social studies with a variety of electives. A special emphasis is placed in Bible class on missions and serving the community. By graduation all seniors will have participated in at least one missions project. Individual and group instrumental instruction is offered as an after school elective.
Greenway School - Greenway School is a fully-accredited, private, independent middle school, grades 6, 7 and 8. Greenway's Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies teachers all have Master's Degrees, professional licenses and many years of experience. Full-time teacher to student ratio is 1 to 7. The college-preparatory curriculum is taught in classrooms of never more than 14 students in a nurturing environment, with hands-on lessons in all subjects. Critical thinking classes are a core part of the curriculum. Students are encouraged to advance to their highest level. Greenway provides a laptop computer to every student, enriching off-campus studies, and after-school tutoring and supervision all at no additional cost.
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.
Webb School of Knoxville - Webb School is a 100-acre campus in West Knoxville with more than 1,000 students and almost 100 full-time faculty. Webb School is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS).