Indian Trail Intermediate School Johnson City, TN 37601


Indian Trail Intermediate School - School Profile

Indian Trail Intermediate School
307 Car Mol Dr
Johnson City, TN 37601

Phone: (423) 610-6000

School Type: Regular
School Level: Middle School
School Status: Operational

School District: Johnson City
County: Washington

Location: Small City (less than 100,000)

Enrollment Information (2013-2014 school year)

Students: 1,184
Teachers: 69
Student-Teacher Ratio: 17.3 to 1

Lowest Grade in School: 05
Highest Grade in School: 06

Students by Grade
Grade 5: 614
Grade 6: 570

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Nearby Public Schools (within a 15-mile radius)

Lake Ridge Elementary, TN (1.4 miles NE)
Boones Creek Elementary, TN (1.4 miles W)
Boones Creek Middle School, TN (1.4 miles NNW)
Towne Acres Elementary, TN (2.4 miles SSE)
Fairmont Elementary, TN (3.1 miles SE)
Woodland Elementary, TN (3.6 miles S)
Science Hill High School, TN (3.6 miles SSE)
Washington County Adult High School, TN (3.6 miles S)
North Side Elementary, TN (4.1 miles SE)
University School, TN (4.9 miles SE)

Nearby Private Schools (within a 15-mile radius)

Comprehensive Community Services, TN (1.9 miles SE)
Providence Academy, TN (3.1 miles SW)
Ashley Academy, TN (3.6 miles SSE)
Munsey Memorial Preschool & Kindergarten, TN (4.7 miles SE)
St. Dominic School, TN (13.8 miles NNW)
St. Paul's Day School & Kindergarten, TN (14.9 miles NW)

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