A School of Thought & Thoughtfulness
We are a K-4 school in the Metro Nashville Public School District with around 600 students. Located in Green Hills, we are a part of the Hillsboro cluster. Our students, educators, and families strive for the very best, and the students' performance reflects that dedication. Julia Green offers the Primary Years Programme (PYP) as an authorized International Baccalaureate World School. Our parental involvement and support are phenomenal and vital to the success of our school. The PTO meets monthly and parents serve on each school committee. The teachers, parents, and members of the community join hands to support our most important natural resource, our children.
Our Character Pledge
"I will show that I am a person of character. I will be responsible, respectful, trustworthy, caring, and fair to myself and to others. I will strive to be a good citizen throughout the day."
The mission of Julia Green Elementary School is to create a foundation that encourages compassion, tolerance, integrity and a commitment to learning.
It is the vision of Julia Green Elementary School to work in partnership with family and community to create and maintain a safe, positive, diverse and challenging learning environment. Our desire is to prepare each child socially, emotionally, and academically to achieve his or her fullest potential. Moving toward a more global perspective, we seek to educate responsible citizens who exemplify and understand the importance of the universal attitudes and profiles of the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program.
The Julia Green Elementary School Community believes:
In preparing each child to achieve his or her maximum potential in all subject areas and related arts by providing a rigorous and relevant curriculum; based on disaggregated assessment data.
In recognizing the different ways students can learn, and utilizing various resources and teaching strategies to accommodate individual learning styles;
In utilizing inquiry based, trans-disciplinary lessons to develop critical thinking and problem solving skills essential for higher level learning.
In promoting good citizenship by modeling and developing responsible, respectful behavior, as established through the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program.
In encouraging and facilitating parental involvement in the education of their children by maintaining effective communication between school and home.