Student Profile

Public charter schools serve a higher percentage of economically disadvantaged students and Hispanic students than Metro Nashville Public Schools overall. Public charter schools in Nashville are proving it’s possible to close the achievement gap.

1 in 5 students in Nashville attends a public charter school.

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African American or Hispanic

Compared to 67.8% in all MNPS schools and 33.1% across the state.

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Economically Disadvantaged

Compared to 46.2% in all MNPS schools and 32.8% across the state.

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Students with Disabilities

Compared to 10.3% in all MNPS schools and 10.5% across the state.

ABB/H = African-American, Black, and Hispanic
ED = economically disadvantaged
SWD = students with disabilities
EL = English language learners