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East Nashville Magnet Middle and High (5-12) School Profile

 

Location
Address: 110 Gallatin Road Nashville, TN 37206

School Contact
Phone: 615.262.6947
Website: http://eastnashvillemagnet.mnps.org

School Leadership
Executive Principal High:
Steve Ball- steve.ball@mnps.org

Executive Principal Middle:
Paul Brunette - paul.brunette@mnps.org

Assistant Principals:
Stephanie Adams - stephanie.adams@mnps.org
Laura-Lee Morin - laura.morin@mnps.org
Myra Taylor - myra.taylor@mnps.org

District 5 School Board Representative:
Elissa Kim

District 5 Metro Council Representative:
Scott Davis - scott.davis@nashville.gov

Facts About our School:
Number of Students: 1,300
Grade Served: 5-12
Year School Built: 1936
Major Renovations: 2005
Square Footage: 208,308
School Hours: 8:00 - 3:06
School Colors: Red and Gray
School Mascot: Eagle

School Data

 

 

What Does Our School Offer?

East Nashville Magnet School opened its doors in the fall of 1993 as a school-within-a school on the campus of East Middle School. In 1999, the school became stand-alone and housed grades 5-12 in the historic four-story building. As the school grew and more space was needed (2004),the middle school building and the original East Nashville High School building, both on the campus, were renovated. East is in its fourth year as a Paideia school. The Paideia philosophy celebrates the fundamental notion that to be fully educated is a lifelong adventure that only begins with an individual's formal schooling. East Nashville Magnet School strives to prepare students for a full and active life of heart and mind.

High standards for attitude, attendance, and achievement are required. The school asks for involvement from the community, parents, students, and faculty. Students interested in being a part of this program should believe in life-long learning, seek intellectual growth, and desire a college preparatory education.

For more information on the Paideia philosophy, visit www.paideia.org

What Makes Our School Unique?

East Literature Magnet is distinct and unique in several ways:

  • The 5-12 grade structure allows for a strong, cohesive academic program.
  • Success is built on three A's: ATTITUDE, ATTENDANCE, and ACHIEVEMENT.
  • Classroom instruction incorporates these techniques of the Paideia philosophy.
    • Didactic instruction of factual information
    • Intellectual coaching of skills
    • Seminar discussion of ideas, concepts, and values
  • Curriculum is based on the state standards but enhanced by research and critical thinking skills.
  • A variety of electives are offered in all grades, 5-12.

School Zone and Pathway

Any student who lives in Davidson County may apply to attend East Magnet through the Optional Schools Application. The school has a geographic priority zone (GPZ) allowing 30%of available seats to students residing in this area.

East Nashville is geographically zoned to Stratford High School Cluster.

PENCIL & Community Partners

PENCIL Foundation, a nonprofit organization, links community resources with Nashville public schools. A PENCIL Partner is a business or other community organization that teams up with a Metro school to volunteer time and donate resources that promote student success.

  • Comcast 
  • Historic & Distinctive Homes
  • SOLID

The East Nashville High School Alumni house is located on our campus and serves as the headquarters for one of the largest alumni organizations in the nation. Our renovated buildings are built on the legacy left by the many former students who became pioneers and leaders in business, government, entertainment, and the military. Today, the alumni provide support for our campus and students. Scholarships are provided each year to selected students.

Before/After School Care
The East Nashville YMCA provides after school care for our students. The program begins immediately after school and goes until 6:00.

City Church of East Nashville
Members of City Church donate hundreds of volunteer hours to East. Volunteers tutor students, provide student rewards and incentives, and help with building and landscape projects.

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