Welcome to Tate's School


Tate's School is an independent, private day school that has been serving the Knoxville area since 1968. Tate’s School is rooted in offering an accelerated, 21st-century curriculum that instills academic excellence in our students. We guide our students to reach their optimum potential intellectually, physically, and socially. Each student is challenged to think critically and creatively in a structured environment where excellence is rewarded and individual effort is encouraged.  Utilizing our extensive, 52 acre campus as an extension of our classrooms, our curriculum includes personal experience, hands-on activities, and collaborative learning. Tate's School is blessed to have a caring, enthusiastic, well-educated faculty and staff who are dedicated to assisting our students with their intellectual development, and empowering the students to become successful, productive, accountable young men and women of sound character and reputation.

We invite you to browse through our website and become more familiar with who we are and what we can do for you and your child. Although we have done our best to reasonably represent our school online, there is no substitute for the real thing. To really experience the Tate’s difference, we invite you to visit to meet our staff, tour our campus, and experience Tate’s School for yourself. Should you have questions, or like to schedule a tour, please contact us.


MIDDLE SCHOOL
OPEN HOUSE

Sunday, January 22nd2 – 4 pm

Worried about Middle School? You don’t have to be! Stop in and see for yourself what advanced academics in a tranquil, rustic setting is like. Meet our excellent educators and ask our students what makes Tate’s Middle School challenging and fun!

Call us at 865.693.3021 for campus directions or email our admissions office.


Are you ready to get your science on?

Tate's 17th Annual Regional Science & Engineering Fair
April 2 - 4, 2017
 

Students form across the region are invited to participate in the Tate's 17th Annual Science & Engineering Fair. For more information on how your students can participate, please visit our News & Events page.