The Foundation for Educational Progress in Warren County
Education is a high priority of Warren County Citizens as witnessed by the newly constructed Warren County High School and Hickory Creek Elementary School. Along with eight other elementary schools, one middle school, and four parochial schools, students in Warren County are offered educational opportunities found only in larger school systems. Each school has 'state of the art' computer labs, Internet connections, and distance learning capabilities.
Parental involvement is stressed at all schools. Active Parent-Teacher Organizations (PTO) insure community involvement in the education process. The Warren County High School PTO has implemented a new program called Pioneer Renaissance which recognized and rewards students’ academic achievements, good attendance, and good behavior. Click here or here to find out more about this program. In addition, a strong business and education partnership provides an atmosphere where graduating students are prepared for the world of work. All public schools are accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Motlow State Community College, a two-year open-door college, offers both basic educational classes and career-oriented educational classes. Course offerings include English, Accounting, Math, Computer Science, and History.
Motlow State Community College’s McMinnville Center is now offering a fast-track degree program in general studies that is transferable to a four-year institution. For more information, click here.
The Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) - McMinnville is goverened by the Tennessee Board of Regents and provides state-of-the-art technical training for workers to obtain technical skills and professional training necessary for advancement.
Universities within a 100 mile radius include:
Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville (45 miles)
Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro (45 miles)
David Lipscomb, Nashville (72 miles)
Belmont College, Nashville (72 miles)
Tennessee State University, Nashville (72 miles)
Vanderbilt University, Nashville (72 miles)
University of the South, Sewanee (45 miles)
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To Learn More About Area Schools:
The Warren County School System: www.warrenschools.com
Visit individual school sites:
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