MNPS Middle College High School
At a Glance
- Serves grades 9-12
- Hillwood Cluster
- Open Enrollment
- Offers bus transportation
- Advanced Academic Programming
- Does not offer before or aftercare
Welcome From the Principal
Welcome to MNPS Middle College High School. Our school is an inclusive school community that values the voice of students, teachers, parents and community members who support our students in the pursuit of their academic endeavors. The staff at MCHS and Nashville State Community College are dedicated individuals who are committed to providing a quality education and maintaining high expectations for all students.
Our commitment is to help each student learn to be intricate thinkers, reliable self-directed learners, collaborative workers and effective communicators. We hope your students find MNPS Middle College High School to be a place where he or she develops intellectually; learns interpersonal skills; and establishes personal connections to their world in pursuit of their post-secondary goals.
Our website is a resource for additional information about our school. Please check it regularly to stay up-to-date with the events on campus. We look forward to working with you as a contributor to the success of MNPS Middle College High School.
120 White Bridge Road
Nashville, TN 37209 (map)
Middle College High School offers students a rigorous and challenging academic environment. We give students the opportunity to earn dual-enrollment credits while still in high school, thus reducing the completion time to earn a certificate and/or associate degree. Our unique school also helps students learn how to be motivated learners and develop their self-starter skills, which are essential to success in higher education and beyond.
Students take all of their classes on the campus of Nashville State Community College, where we offer small class sizes and a low teacher-student ratio. This enhanced academic and social environment gives students invaluable access to college facilities and services, such as a learning resource centers, science and computer labs, a student center and tutoring.
Families and community partners have a vital role in fostering student success. That’s why we regularly foster meaningful and effective collaboration with families and community partners. We also help encourage and empower our families and the diverse communities we serve.
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
A Typical Day at School
- 10th grade: High school classes
- 11th-12th grade: Combination of high school and college classes
School Details & Links
- Boys' Soccer
- Cheerleading / Dance
- Cross Country
- Girls' Soccer
- Girls' Softball
- Girls' Volleyball
- Track and Field
- Book Club
- Chess Club
- National Honor Society
- Student Government Association
- Nashville State Community College