earning is a priority in the Midsouth. From Pre-K to higher education, the Greater Memphis region has a diverse set of options for every stage of learning. The Greater Memphis region offers a full spectrum of primary and secondary educational options including a strong network of public, private, parochial, charter, optional and adult schools. No matter where you are moving, education is a chief concern for relocating families, especially those with schoolaged children and those interested in continuing their education. The Greater Memphis area offers a wide range of educational opportunities to fit the learning needs of new residents and their families. From seven public school districts to more than 200 private school options to trade schools, medical education, a law school and everything in between – the Greater Memphis region has something for everyone.
As a Latina growing up in Atlanta and then living in New York, diversity has always been important to me.
I love the diversity of culture here in Memphis not just for me, but for my son. I appreciated also when we moved here that we had many wonderful options for schools for my son, from public to private all within our downtown neighborhood. We picked the charming Montessori school on Mud Island as we knew it would be an approach that works for him and I also appreciated, like so many other elements of this culturally rich city, the diversity he would be exposed to daily. Isabel Gonzalez Whitaker Montessori Mom
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