University School of Nashville does not discriminate on the basis of color, creed, gender identity and expression, handicap, national origin, race, sex, sexual orientation, or transgender status in the administration of its educational, admissions, and financial aid policies, faculty and staff recruitment and hiring policies, athletics, or other programs or activities administered by the school.
University School of Nashville is a K-12, independent, co-educational, non-sectarian day school established in 1975 as the successor to Peabody Demonstration School. USN is known for its academic excellence and for its commitment to putting students first.
USN’s main campus is in the university area of Nashville, and a suburban 80-acre River Campus provides playing fields, an eight-lane track, eight tennis courts, and a wetland site for science research.
Fall 2018 Enrollment: 1,068
Lower School: 352
Middle School: 317
High School: 399
36% are students of color, and 20% are students from international families, representing 50 countries.
Lower School: $20,062
Middle School: $22,850
High School: $24,894
USN gives over $3.2 million in need-based financial aid to 21% of students.
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