Through partnerships with local schools and organizations, Nashville Community Education has served students from all across the Middle Tennessee area. Classes officially began Sept. 6, but many classes start later in the session too.
Nashville Community Education serves between 700-900 students per session (Spring, Summer, and Fall) with about 2,400 entering its classrooms throughout the year. Classes are offered at the Cohn School in Sylvan Park, Wright Middle School in Southeast Nashville, Martha O’Bryan Center in East Nashville and other individual locations, including the Nashville Farmers’ Market.
“We pride ourselves in providing a learning environment that excites and inspires participants so that they return session after session,” said Mary Harding, the executive director of Nashville Community Education. “Our students learn new hobbies, develop professional skills, and build positive long-lasting relationships with fellow students and their instructors.”
If a class you’re interested in taking has already begun, don’t fret. Many classes are held each session, spring, summer, and fall, so a person can easily contact the NEC via email email@example.com to verify whether the class will return and for registration dates.