Results That Speak For Themselves
We support our scholars to excel, raise the bar, and exceed expectations. By focusing on a strong, foundational preparation in mathematics, reading, and computer science, our scholars are ready for college and beyond.
College matriculation is the number of high school graduates who are accepted to a two or four year post secondary institution and actually begin classes in the fall following graduation. Many low-income students and students of color suffer from summer melt, which is defined as students who plan to go to college after high school graduation but do not actually enroll in any post secondary institutions. Our graduates are more likely to successfully start their freshman year of post secondary education on time.
RePublic High School Class of 2019
85 percent of the RePublic High School Class of 2019 enrolled in college in fall 2019
National Average of Class of 2018
66 percent of the Class of 2018 nationally enrolled in college in fall 2018
Metro Nashville Public Schools Class of 2018
61 percent of the Metro Nashville Public Schools Class of 2018 enrolled in college in fall 2018
ACT COLLEGE READY
One way to measure if a student is ready for college is by that student scoring a 21 or higher on the ACT. At RePublic High School, our Class of 2019 had a higher percentage of scholars being college ready that Metro Nashville Public Schools and our neighborhood schools.
Our Commitment to Computer Science for All
Republic was a trailblazer in computer science education for all scholars. We believe that by teaching our scholars computer science skills, including coding, app development, and robotics, we are teaching them the skills of tomorrow that will give them a competitive edge in the future job market. Additionally, we believe computer literacy is an essential part of a strong college prep program.
We earned awards from The College Board because of our diversity in our AP Computer Science Principles participation, specifically for female students.
Through the 2018-2021 School Years, One Out of Every Two Black and Latinx Students Who Took the Ap Computer Science Principles Exam in the State of Tennessee Attended Republic High School.