Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools
John Early Museum Magnet Middle Prep Profile
   

 

Location
Address: 1000 Cass St. Nashville, TN 37208
School Zone Map
Cluster: Pearl-Cohn

School Contact
Phone: 615.291.6369
Website: http://www.johnearlyms.mnps.org/

School Leadership

Principal: Rise’ W. Pope-
risè.pope@mnps.org

Assistant Principal 5-6: Carol Lampkin-
carol.lampkin@mnps.org

Assistant Principal 7-8:
Vincent Jones-
vincent.jones@mnps.org

District 1 School Board Representative:
Sharon Dixon Gentry, Ed.D - sharon.gentry@mnps.org, 876-4604

District 2 Metro Council Representative: Frank Harrison - frank.harrison@nashville.gov

Facts About our School:
Number of Students: 501
Year School Built: 2007
Square Footage: 91,989
School Hours: 8:55 - 3:55
School Colors: Burgundy & Grey
School Mascot: Jaguar

School Data

 


What Our School Offers

  • Creative Writing
  • Algebra I for HS credit
  • Spanish for HS credit
  • Physical Science for HS credit
  • Computer Lab
  • Art
  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Volleyball
  • Track
  • Cheerleading
  • School Choir
  • Forensics Team
  • After School Tutoring
  • Student Council
  • D.A.R.E.
  • School Newspaper
  • Art
  • Before/After
  • School Care
  • School Yearbook

What Makes Our School Unique?

John Early Museum Magnet Middle Prep provides a warm and welcoming environment to promote student achievement. Our mission is to instill life long learning by building an education foundation through exploration, technology and discover. We will accomplish this through collaborative partnerships with parent and community stakeholder.

John Early also offers an array of support services to our students. We have a full time social worker on staff, two School Counselors, as well as a Centerstone counselor. In addition to these support services, students at John Early meet in Advisory groups on a weekly basis.

At John Early Middle Prep we believe:

  • All Students are entitled to an education.
  • All people have dignity, worth and value. Each person deserved to be treated with respect.
  • School climate, which must include a safe environment, affects learning dramatically. Language, behavior, dress, physical surroundings, and the beliefs of the school are parts of this climate that enhance learning.

School Zone and Pathway

Students living in the John Early Middle area are zoned to the Pearl-Cohn cluster. However, students who attend John Early and maintain the necessary academic requirements are offered the option to attend Hume-Fogg School. Students who live outside of the zoned area may apply through Optional Schools Application. 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.

  • Adventure Science Center
  • American Alliance of Museums
  • American Association of State and Local History
  • American Red Cross
  • Battle of Nashville Preservation Society
  • Blair School of Music at Vanderbilt University
  • Belle Meade Plantation
  • Belmont Mansion
  • Carter House (Franklin, TN)
  • Carnton Plantation (Franklin, TN)
  • Center for Historic Preservation at MTSU (Murfreesboro, TN)
  • Center for Latin American Studies
  • Cheekwood Botanical Gardens & Art Museum
  • The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
  • Cumberland River Park
  • Cumberland View Housing Development
  • DanceEast Studio
  • Downtown Presbyterian Church (Egyptian Revival Architecture)
  • Dyer Observatory
  • Ellington Agricultural Museum
  • Emerging Road Mentoring
  • Fifth Third Bank
  • First Amendment Center
  • Fisk University - Physics Department, Van Vechten Gallery
  • Fort Donelson (Dover, TN)
  • Fort Negley
  • The Frist Center for the Visual Arts
  • Glen Leven Historic Farm & Arboretum
  • Hermitage, The – Home of Andrew Jackson
  • HCA (Healthcare Corporation of America)
  • Historic Nashville, Inc.
  • Humanities Tennessee
  • Lane Motor Museum
  • Level Three Communications
  • Mansker’s Station Frontier Life Center (Goodlettsville)
  • Marjorie A. Neuoff PrivateFoundation
  • Meharry Medical College
    Metro Arts Commission
  • Metro Historical Commission
  • Metro Social Services
  • Middle Tennessee State University Public History Department
  • Metro Historical Commission
  • Metro Social Services
  • Middle Tennessee State University Public History Department
  • Moves and Grooves
  • Mount Olivet Cemetery
  • Museum Services
  • Nashville After Zone Alliance (N.A.Z.A.)
  • National Center for Fathering - WATCH D.O.G.S.
  • National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM)
  • Nashville City Cemetery Association, Inc.
  • Nashville Public Library (Downtown)
  • Nashville Zoo at Grassmere
  • Nashville Zoo – Croft Home
  • North Nashville Chamber of Commerce
  • Omega Lambda Lambda Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
  • Parthenon, The
  • PlanetK8
  • Pro Music Global Academy
  • Radnor Lake
  • Rock Castle (Hendersonville)
  • Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee
  • Shelby Bottoms Nature Center (East Nashville)
  • Sri Ganesha (Hindu Temple – Bellevue)
  • Stones River National Battlefield – Museum
  • Tailormade
  • Teaching With Primary Sources
  • TENNderCare Youth Services
  • Tennessee Association of Museums
  • Tennessee Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park
  • Tennessee Central Railway Museum
  • Tennessee Performing Arts Center
  • Tennessee State Library & Archives (TSLA)
  • The Tennessee State Museum
  • Tennessee State Parks
  • Travellers Rest Plantation
  • Tools for Schools
  • University of TN - Eat Smart
  • Urban League of Middle TN
  • Vanderbilt Student Volunteers for Science (VSVS), CASTLES
  • Warner Park Nature Center
  • WiTT
  • YWCA (Girls, Inc.)
  • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority


 
 
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