Wallace A. Smith Elementary Ooltewah, TN 37363


Wallace A. Smith Elementary - School Profile

Wallace A. Smith Elementary
6930 Hunter Rd
Ooltewah, TN 37363

Phone: (423) 344-1425

School Type: Regular
School Level: Primary School
School Status: Operational

School District: Hamilton County
County: Hamilton

Location: Large Suburb (over 250,000)

Enrollment Information (2013-2014 school year)

Students: 666
Teachers: 46
Student-Teacher Ratio: 14.6 to 1

Lowest Grade in School: Pre-Kindergarten
Highest Grade in School: 05

Students by Grade
Pre-K: 3
Kindergarten: 97
Grade 1: 113
Grade 2: 108
Grade 3: 116
Grade 4: 121
Grade 5: 108

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Nearby Public Schools (within a 15-mile radius)

Hunter Middle School, TN (< 0.1 mile)
Ooltewah High School, TN (2.4 miles SE)
Harrison Elementary, TN (2.7 miles W)
Brown Middle School, TN (2.7 miles WSW)
Central High School, TN (2.7 miles WSW)
Ooltewah Elementary, TN (3.1 miles ENE)
Ooltewah Middle School, TN (4.1 miles SSE)
Wolftever Creek Elementary, TN (4.1 miles SSE)
Hamilton County High School, TN (4.7 miles NNE)
Snow Hill Elementary, TN (4.7 miles NNE)

Nearby Private Schools (within a 15-mile radius)

Aw Spalding Elementary School, TN (5.5 miles SSE)
Grace Baptist Academy, TN (6.1 miles SSW)
Hickory Valley Christian School, TN (6.6 miles SW)
Hamilton Heights Christian Academy, TN (6.8 miles SW)
Bachman Academy, TN (8 miles E)
Cleveland Christian School, TN (12.2 miles ENE)
Landmark Christian Day School, TN (13.1 miles E)
Scholze Center, TN (14 miles WSW)

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