Our Students

The population of students attending Nashville’s public charter schools is comparable to those in all Tennessee public schools. In fact, 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.

 

48.6%

economically disadvantaged

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

 

77.4%

African american or hispanic

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

 
 

10.0%

students with disabilities

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