University School Nashville (USN), founded in 1888, is a private, co-ed day school located near the Vanderbilt University campus. USN offers students two campuses: a main campus for academics and an 80-acre campus for extra-curricular purposes.
USN has a long-standing commitment to the arts and students enjoy the culture of Nashville.
Belief diversity does not happen in isolation; USN presents a cultural dialogue series to promote multiculturalism on its campus.
Awards, Ranking, Alumni, Tuition:
- The class of 2012 produced 12 National Merit Semi-Finalists and 13 National Merit Commended Scholars
- Three Presidential Scholars, 2010–2012
- Alumni include Noble Prize–winning chemist Stanford Moore, Pulitzer Prize–winning historian Robert K. Massie, country music singer Shooter Jennings, and NPR radio broadcaster and MacArthur Fellow Jad Abumrad
- Tuition: $19,250