Is private high school right for you?

Once the public vs. private decision is made, the questions don’t stop coming More

The Education Issue: a look at the decisions facing Nashville parents

From vouchers to cost of college and choosing public or private, 'City Paper' reporters help cut through the data More

Handing out superlatives to prep hoop standouts

With the final horn sounded, it’s time to hand out a few post-season goodies to players and coaches in Nashville More

City boasts several Mr. and Miss Basketball finalists

University School of Nashville star Meiko Lyles, Nashville's top scorer, heads list More

Signing day: Stone to UT, Page to Tech, Lassing to VU

Maplewood’s Stone, one of the most sought after players in Nashville, finally ended the suspense over his college choice Wednesday when he signed with Tennessee. More

Preps: Hunters Lane boys at top the heap

Also, high school basketball fans got their money’s worth last Tuesday when an unusual amount of games around town were decided in overtime. More

After shocking Ensworth, Big Red has rematch with BA

Fourth-down stop now part of MBA lore More

Down but not out, Ryan comes back to gain DII volleyball finals

Determined Irish fights from behind in all three games against region rival Ensworth to pull out a semifinal victory Wednesday afternoon. More

Former Metro preps get in ‘position’ to play for MTSU

It did not take long for Benny Cunningham and Tavarres Jefferson to see the field for Middle Tennessee State University. All they needed to do was find the proper positions. More

Ensworth, MBA shoot for top spot DII in showdown

 So much is riding on such an early September game. More
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