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Knoxville Education

Superintendant of Schools: (865) 594-1801

Parents of children entering kindergarten or first grade in the Knox County Public School System will need the following information and documents:

• A certified copy of the child's birth certificate
• Immunization records
• The child's Social Security card
• Proof of address

Students transferring into the Knox County Public School System must bring proof of address as well as a copy of their most recent report card.

Statistics 2017:
Schools: 87
Student Enrollment: 55,160
White: 78%
Non-White: 22%
Low Income Students: 47%
Per Pupil Spending (2016): $8,810.00
Local Funding: 53%
Graduation Rate: 90%
College Readiness: 19.2%

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Colleges & Universities
   
Enrollment
University of Tennessee  
28,894 (2018)
Pellissippi State Community College
 
11,571 (2018)
Johnson University   776 (2018)
Knoxville College    
Maryville College    
Roane State Community College   5,688 (2018)
South College    
Tennessee College of Applied Technology    
Virginia College    
     
Online Colleges:    
WGU Tennessee    
     
Crown College    

Vocational & Technical

Art Institute - The Art Institute offers many of the same programs and degrees that the other schools on your page do. The Art Institute also has 43 campuses across the US, including Tennessee.
Concord School of Grooming - An all breed pet grooming school, for the purpose of training students as professional groomers; authorized for operation as a post secondary educational institution by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission.
Fountainhead College of Technology (formerly Tennessee Institute of Electronics Inc.) - The Institute was established in 1947 as the Tennessee Radio Service School and was located at 422 Gay Street. In 1948, the name was changed to Tennessee Institute of Electronics.  The college offers education in Electronic Technology, Iinformation Technology, Computer Programming, and Technical Management.
Huntington University of Health Sciences
New Horizons Computer Learning Center - Computer Learning Center offers a wide range of classes on today's popular business software. Since 1983, Computer Learning Center has provided top-quality, professional PC training to over 130,000 graduates.

Pellissippi State Technical Community College
Professional Bartending School of East Tennessee - East Tennessee's only professional bartending school offers 40-hour (2 week) course, local and national Job Placement Assistance, PBSA Certification, hands on training in bar atmosphere, classes are small, morning or evening classes.
South College - South College offers professional and career-focused curricula designed to cultivate students' successful learning and the ability to apply knowledge, think critically, and communicate effectively.
Tennessee School of Therapeutic Massage - Massage therapy is currently used in hospitals, wellness centers, rehabilitation clinics, health spas, chiropractic offices. salons and corporate settings all over the world. Our massage therapy program offers a well-rounded education that enables our graduates to establish a successful practice in what ever area they choose to work.
The University of Tennessee College of Business
TREES Inc. Real Estate & Appraiser School

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