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Knoxville, TN has 15 public high schools with an enrollment of 17,190. There are 14 adult high schools with an enrollment of 240.


Austin-East High School
Bearden High School
Carter High School
Central High School
Farragut High School
Fulton High School
Gibbs High School
Halls High School
Hardin Valley Academy
Karns High School
Powell High School
South-Doyle High School
West High School

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.

The Center School - a high school for adults. The Center School provides an opportunity for adult students to earn a regular Knox County Schools high school diploma in a quality learning environment and to become better informed, more productive citizens

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.

Excel High School - Excel High School offers convenient and affordable online options to complete a high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate (HSEC) online. All courses come complete with State Certified Instructors and everything you need to graduate online. Online high school diploma and high school certificate programs are self-paced, and can be completed at your own pace.

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.

Kelley Volunteer Academy - A non-traditional high school serving the students of Knox County schools. It is a Simon Youth Academy and serves approximately 200 students during the course of a day. Students represent all other 13 high schools within Knox County.

Knox Achieves - KnoxAchieves provides an opportunity for Knox County public high school graduates from the class of 2011 to receive up to $3000 annually for community college tuition. Volunteers donate funds to provide a college education to a student who would otherwise lack the opportunity as well their time mentoring students as they transitionfrom high school to college. Students volunteer their time participating in at least one community service project every year.

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.

L&N Stem Academy - The L&N STEM Academy will be a school that is an agent of transformational change in STEM education where all students achieve at their highest levels.

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.

Project Grad Knoxville - Project GRAD Knoxville supports a quality public school education for Heart of Knoxville students that equips and encourages youth to graduate from high school and to succeed in college or technical school. We accomplish this through an intentional and holistic K-16 approach providing: academic support, social services, classroom management, college access and parental engagement.

Temple Baptist Academy - Students in the High School will experience a rigorous curriculum that includes dual credit college courses, foreign language options, and other varied academic advantages in an environment supported by the latest technology. Students will also experience an exemplary fine arts program fully supported by the Crown Music Conservatory. In addition, students have the opportunity to participate in a state-recognized athletic program that annually competes for regional and state championships in many sports.

Tennessee School for the Deaf - A K-12 school serving deaf and hard of hearing students in the state of Tennessee.

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).

 

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