Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools
Crieve Hall Elementary School Profile


Address: 498 Hogan Road
Nashville, TN 37220
School Zone Map
Cluster: Overton

School Contact
Phone: 615.333.5059

School Leadership
Principal: Linda Mickle

District 2 School Board Representative:
Dr. Jo Ann Brannon

District 26 Metro Council Representative:
Chris Harmon

Facts About our School:
Number of Students: 400
Grade Served: K - 4
Year School Built: 1954
Building Addition: 1957
Renovation and New Addition: 2010
Square Footage: 34,955
School Hours: 8:00 - 3:00
School Colors: Red, Black, and White
School Mascot: Cardinal
School Motto: "Success is our goal."

School Data



What Our School Offers

  • Reader's & Writers Workshop
  • Reading Buddies
  • Reading Lunch Bunch
  • 4-H
  • 3rd/4th grade chorus
  • 4th grade class Junior Docents at the Historic Rural Life Festival at Ellington
  • Annual Art Gallery/Art Show
  • Junior Achievement
  • Awards Assemblies
  • Brotherhood/Sisterhood presentations
  • Exceptional Ed. Inclusion
  • Integration
  • ACE classroom
  • Career Ladder teachers
  • Computers in all classrooms / Laptop lab
  • Faculty vs. 4th graders basketball
  • Field Day
  • Field trips
  • Fine Arts and Physical Education special programs by students
  • Hands-On Science  
  • Inclusion
  • Internet networking
  • Jump Rope for Heart
  • Math Their Way
  • Foreign Language Class
  • Peer Tutoring
  • HEART Read
  • Safety & Flag Patrol
  • Special Olympics
  • Summer Reading Program
  • Volunteer of the Day program
  • Write Reflections writing program
  • Recycling Program and Composting
  • Reading Specialist
  • Monday Academy
  • Science Club
  • Feria Latina
  • WiFi
  • Novel Idea after-school club
  • Science after-school club
  • Music after-school club

What Makes Our School Unique

Crieve Hall School has been referred to as the “best kept secret in Nashville schools.” The tradition of educational excellence offered here derives from several factors. Instruction offered by the teachers and staff is exemplary. Parents are involved in their children’s education in great numbers and with great enthusiasm and dedication. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, high levels of student achievement is a long-standing Crieve Hall tradition, established in the MNPS for more than 50 years.

Everyone at Crieve Hall puts children first and works tirelessly to support development of their maximum potential, both educationally and personally. Our vision is- "Crieve Hall is a learning community that drives its member to reach his or her fullest potential."

School Zone and Pathway

Students living in the Crieve Hall area are zoned to the Overton cluster. To determine whether you are zoned to this school, visit our School Zone Finder.

PENCIL & Community Partners

PENCIL Foundation, a nonprofit organization, links community resources with Nashville public schools. A PENCIL Partner is a business or other community organization that teams up with a Metro school to volunteer time and donate resources that promote student success.

  • Crievewood Baptist Church
  • Oscar Farris Agricultural Museum
  • Publix at Nipper's Corner
  • OfficeMax
  • CVS Pharmacy, Harding Place
  • 4-H Club
  • Active Crieve Hall PTA
  • Crieve Hall Youth Athletic Association 
  • Crievewood United Methodist Church
  • Hands-On Nashville
  • REI-Brentwood 
  • YMCA Fun Company, Harding Road
  • Tennessee Agricultural Museum
  The Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, or disability in admission to, access to, or operations of its programs, services, or activities. MNPS does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices. 2009 - 2010  
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