Murfreesboro City Schools is pleased to have three choice schools as options for our students and parents. Our choices include the content focuses:
- STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics)
Below you will find a brief description of our choice schools aimed at helping you make informed decisions about whether a choice school is right for your child. Please feel free to contact the school principal for additional details or visit the school website. Choice enrollment is limited.
Bradley Academy – Arts Integrated School
Bradley Academy is recognized for excellence in arts — creative writing, drama, instrumental music, theater, visual arts and vocal music. Coupled with a strong academic program, Bradley develops both the artistic and academic talents of its students.
Hobgood Elementary – STEM School
The STEM program shows students the value of learning skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Students learn to become critical thinkers through hands-on academic experiences that involve innovative new technologies.
Mitchell-Neilson – Leadership Academy
Leader in Me is an innovative, school-wide model that increases teacher effectiveness, student engagement, and academic achievement, while preparing students to be leaders in the 21st century. The development of good habits, grounded in the values of citizenship and leadership, is a fundamental part of this philosophy. Mitchell-Neilson has earned the prestigious status of a Lighthouse School.
How does the process work?
Choice schools have a limited number of openings. Applications will be accepted from April 2 through April 27.
A letter of acceptance will be mailed to students on or before May 21. After receiving your letter of acceptance, parents must complete and return a letter of intent. The letter of intent will be part of the acceptance packet sent to parents.
Students may be admitted after the beginning of the 2018-19 school year if space permits based on the principal’s discretion.
No bus transportation will be provided to students out of zone for choice schools.