Current and Former Member Schools

Current and Former Member Schools

The TSSAA was organized in 1925 by school principals and superintendents who saw the need for fair and equitable rules whereby bonafide students were the participants and officiating was done by qualified people of character. Although they felt that athletics and team competition contributed positively to the educational objectives of their schools, these leaders realized that cooperation among school administrators was necessary to ensure that schools' academic mission would not be compromised in the pursuit of athletic glory.

The schools below were, according to TSSAA records, a member of the association at some point in the last -26 years. We want to have information on all our member high schools, but we need your help! Use the buttons at the top and bottom of this page to send us additions or corrections.

Names of current members are bolded.

School Name City About School About Membership
J.D. Jackson Jr. High School
White House Christian Academy White House
Anderson County
Anderson Co. High School Clinton Opened in 1982 to consolidate Norris High School and Lake City High School.
Andersonville High School Andersonville
Clinton High School Clinton
Coal Creek High School Coal Creek
Glen Alpine High School Clinton
Lake City High School Lake City
Norris High School Norris
Oak Ridge High School Oak Ridge Established in 1943 by the U.S. Army as part of the Manhattan Project. The school was originally located on Kentucky Ave. adjacent to the school's football stadium. The school moved to its current location in 1951.
Robertsville High School Edgemoor Established in 1915. Disbanded in 1942 as a result of the Manhattan Project. The pre-1942 gymnasium remains in use today as the Robertsville Middle School auditorium.
Rosedale High School Rosedale
Bedford County
Bedford Co. Training School Shelbyville THSAA member
Bell Buckle High School Bell Buckle
Brandon Training School Shelbyville
Cascade High School Bell Buckle
Community High School Unionville
Flat Creek High School Flat Creek
Harris High School Shelbyville THSAA member
Normandy High School Normandy
Pleasant Grove High School Shelbyville
Shelbyville Central High School Shelbyville
Tate High School Shelbyville TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
The Webb School Bell Buckle
Wartrace High School Wartrace TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Willow Grove High School Willow Grove
Benton County
Big Sandy High School Big Sandy
Camden Central High School Camden
Eva High School Eva
Holladay High School Holladay
Bledsoe County
Bledsoe Co. High School Pikeville
Patton High School Pikeville
Blount County
Alcoa High School Alcoa
Apostolic Christian Academy Maryville
Clayton-Bradley Academy Maryville
Eagleton College and Career Academy Maryville
Everett High School Maryville TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Friendsville Academy Friendsville
Friendsville High School Friendsville
Hale High School Maryville

The William J. Hale School, located on McGhee Street in Maryville, was built in early 1930 with Rosenwald funds.  The school opened in 1931 and Mrs. Octavia B. Hoard was the first principal.  The Hale School replaced the T. B. Lillard School, built about 1910.  The T. B. Lillard School was named for Thomas B. Lillard, an African American and progressive businessman from Maryville.

THSAA member
Hall High School Alcoa THSAA member
Heritage High School Maryville
Lanier High School Greenback
Louisville High School Louisville
Maryville High School Maryville TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Maryville Junior High School Maryville
Maryville Virtual School Maryville
Porter High School Wildwood
Samuel Everett School of Innovation Maryville
Townsend High School Townsend
Walland High School Walland
William Blount High School Maryville
Bradley County
Bachman Academy McDonald
Bradley Central High School Cleveland Bradley County's second public high school, opened in 1916. Originally called Central High School at first, it was renamed Bradley County High School in 1920 and Bradley Central High School in 1948. The school was moved to its current location on South Lee Highway in 1972.
Bradley Co. Virtual School Cleveland
Charleston High School Charleston
Cleveland Day School Cleveland
Cleveland High School Cleveland
College Hill High School Cleveland THSAA member
Hopewell High School Cleveland
Tennessee Christian Academy Cleveland
United Christian Academy Cleveland
Walker Valley High School Cleveland
Campbell County
Campbell Co. High School Jacksboro
Caryville High School Caryville
Jacksboro High School Jacksboro
Jellico High School Jellico
LaFollette Colored School LaFollette
LaFollette High School LaFollette
Well Spring High School LaFollette
Wynn High School Cotula
Wynn High School Habersham
Cannon County
Auburn High School Auburntown The school was destroyed by fire and closed in 1977.
Cannon Co. High School Woodbury Opened on the site of Woodbury Academy after a fire destroyed the original school in 1935.
Woodbury Central High School Woodbury The school was destroyed by fire and closed in 1935. TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Carroll County
Atwood High School Atwood
Carroll Academy Huntingdon
Christmasville High School Trezevant
Clarksburg High School Huntingdon
Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central High School Bruceton
Huntingdon High School Huntingdon
McKenzie High School McKenzie TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
McLemoresville Collegiate High School McLemoresville
McTyeire School McKenzie IAA member (1913)
Trezevant High School Trezevant
Webb High School McKenzie THSAA member
West Carroll High School Atwood
Carter County
Cloudland High School Roan Mountain
Douglas High School Elizabethton THSAA member
Elizabethton High School Elizabethton
Hampton High School Hampton
Happy Valley High School Elizabethton
Unaka High School Elizabethton
Cheatham County
Cheatham Co. Central High School Ashland City Believed to be formed as the result of school consolidation. TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Cheatham Co. Virtual Academy Ashland City
Harpeth High School Kingston Springs
Riverside Academy Ashland City
Sycamore High School Pleasant View
Chester County
Chester Co. High School Henderson
Vincent High School Henderson THSAA member
Claiborne County
Claiborne High School New Tazewell
Cumberland Gap High School Cumberland Gap
Forge Ridge Consolidated High School Harrogate
J. Frank White Academy Harrogate
Powell Valley High School Cumberland Gap
Pruden High School Pruden
Clay County
Celina High School Celina
Clay Co. High School Celina
Cocke County
Cocke Co. High School Newport Established in 1917 and moved to a larger building in 1963.
Cosby Academy Cosby
Cosby High School Cosby
Parrottsville High School Parrottsville Established during the 1800s in what is considered the third-oldest town in the state. Consolidated into Cocke Co. High School in 1975.
Tanner Training High School Newport Closed in 1966 when Cocke County Schools were desegregated and the African-American students from Tanner merged with Cocke County High School. THSAA member
Coffee County
Coffee Co. Central High School Manchester
Coffee Co. Virtual Academy Manchester
Davison Academy Tullahoma THSAA member
Fitzgerald and Clarke School Tullahoma IAA member (1913)
Manchester Central High School Manchester
Tullahoma High School Tullahoma
Tullahoma Virtual Academy Tullahoma
Crockett County
Alamo Central High School Alamo THSAA member
Alamo High School Alamo
Bells High School Bells
Crockett Co. High School Alamo
Crockett High School Maury City
Friendship High School Friendship
Gadsden High School Gadsden
Hamlett-Robertson High School Crockett Mills
Maury City High School Maury City
Cumberland County
Crossville High School Crossville
Cumberland Co. High School Crossville
Cumberland Homesteads High School Homesteads
Cumberland Mountain High School Crossville
Pleasant Hill Academy Pleasant Hill
Stone Memorial High School Crossville
The Phoenix School Crossville
Davidson County
Antioch High School Antioch
Bellevue High School Bellevue
Benton Hall School Nashville
Big Picture High School Nashville
Bowen School Nashville IAA member (1913)
Cameron High School Nashville

Cameron School was established in 1928 when Pearl Jr. High was renamed in memory of Lt. Henry A. Cameron, a former school instructor of science at Pearl High School, who lost his life in the Battle of Argonne Forest, France on October 30th, 1918, two weeks before the end of World War I.  The school began serving grades 7-12 in 1955 and graduated its first senior class in 1957.  The last senior class graduated in 1971.

THSAA member
Cane Ridge High School Antioch
Cathedral High School Nashville
Christ Presbyterian Academy Nashville
Cohn High School Nashville
Coleman Brown High School Bellevue
Cumberland High School Nashville
Davidson Academy Nashville
Donelson Christian Academy Nashville
Donelson High School Donelson
Duncan College Preparatory School Nashville IAA member (1913)
DuPont High School - Hermitage Hermitage

Opened in 1969 after the destruction of the original DuPont High School in 1967.  The first principal of the school was Mr. James Bridgeman. The school closed in 1986.

DuPont High School - Old Hickory Old Hickory

Established in 1926 as an extension of DuPont Elementary, a school built by the DuPont Nemours Company during WWI.  The first senior class graduated in 1928.  DuPont High School was built in 1930.  The first principal was C. P. Ferguson.  A lighted football field, the first in the county, was added in 1936. The school, which stood on the property which is now DuPont-Hadley Middle School, was destroyed by fire in 1967.

East Nashville Magnet School Nashville Opened in 1993 as East Literature Magnet School and graduated its first class in 1997. The school was renamed East Nashville Magnet School in 2012.
Ensworth High School Nashville
Ezell-Harding Christian School Antioch
Father Ryan High School Nashville
Franklin Road Academy Nashville
Glencliff Academy Nashville
Glencliff High School Nashville
Goodlettsville High School Goodlettsville

Goodlettsville School was organized in the fall of 1917 with classes being held in tents and a house that had been donated to the county.  The first class graduated in 1921. Closed in 1986 along with Madison High to create Hunters Lane High School.

TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Goodpasture Christian School Madison
Harpeth Hall School Nashville
Haynes High School Nashville

Haynes School began as an elementary school in 1931 and was named for William Haynes, a local African American who made the land available on which the school was built.  The last senior class graduated in 1967.

THSAA member
Hermitage Hall Nashville
Hillsboro High School Nashville
Hillwood High School Nashville School closed at the end of the 2022-23 School Year.
Howard High School Nashville
Hume-Fogg Academic Magnet Nashville Established in 1912. Nashville's first public high school. TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Hunters Lane High School Nashville
Independence Academy High School Antioch
Isaac Litton High School Nashville
James Lawson High School Nashville Construction began in 2019 on the previous site of HopePark Church in Bellvue to replace Hillwood High School in 2023.
Jere Baxter High School Nashville
Joelton High School Joelton
John Overton High School Nashville
Jordonia High School Jordonia

The school opened in 1911 when the General Assembly enacted a law prohibiting the incarceration of juveniles (anyone under the age of eighteen) in adult penal institutions. The school was formally known as the Tennessee Reformatory for Boys.  The school was renamed Spencer Youth Center in 1971 and is more recently known as Woodland Hills Youth Development Center.

Kehilla High School Nashville
KIPP Antioch Global High School Antioch
KIPP Nashville Collegiate High School Nashville
Knowledge Academies Antioch
LEAD Academy Nashville
LEAD Southeast High School Nashville
Lighthouse Christian Academy Antioch
Lipscomb Academy Nashville Founded as the Nashville Bible School in 1891 by David Lipscomb and James A. Harding. The school changed its name from David Lipscomb Campus School to Lipscomb Academy in 2012.
Madison High School Madison

Madison High opened in 1953.  Herman DePriest was the school's first principal.  The school was closed in 1986 and consolidated with Goodlettesville High to become Hunters Lane High School.  The building now houses Madison Middle School.

Maplewood Comprehensive High School Nashville
Martin Luther King High School Nashville
McGavock High School Nashville
Meigs High School Nashville

Meigs School was established as a grammar school for black students in 1883. It served as a high school for 10 years beginning in 1959.  The school graduated its last senior class in 1969.

THSAA member
MNPS Virtual School Nashville
Montgomery Bell Academy Nashville
Nashville Central High School Nashville

Established in 1917 and closed in 1971.

TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Nashville Christian Institute Nashville
Nashville Christian School Nashville
Nashville Community High School Nashville
Nashville Diploma Plus High School Nashville
Nashville Early College High School Nashville
Nashville East High School Nashville Opened in 1932. J.J. Keyes was the school's first principal. Closed in 1986 to become East Middle School.
Nashville School of the Arts Nashville
North Nashville High School Nashville
Peabody Demonstration School Nashville Founded on the campus of Peabody College in 1915. Closed and reorganized into University School of Nashville in 1976. TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Pearl Cohn High School Nashville

Pearl-Cohn was built in 1986 in the location where Washington Junior High School and Ford Greene School formerly stood.

Pearl High School Nashville

Pearl School was established as a grammar school for black students in 1883.  In 1897 it became Pearl High School. The school closed in 1983 with the creation of Pearl-Cohn High School.  The former building now serves as the home of Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet School.

THSAA member
RePublic High School Nashville
Robert Winthrop School Nashville
St. Bernard Academy Nashville Established in 1866 and became grades K-8 only in 1988.
St. Cecilia Academy Nashville
STEM Prep Academy Nashville
Stratford High School Nashville
Templeton Academy Nashville
Tennessee Industrial School Nashville
Tennessee Preparatory School Nashville The school was established as the Randall Cole Industrial School on February 20, 1885. Became known as the Tennessee Industrial School (TIS) in 1887 when the State of Tennessee assumed its operation. Renamed Tennessee Preparatory School in 1955. The high school ceased classes in December 2002.
Tennessee School for the Blind Nashville
Tennessee Training & Agricultural School Nashville
The Cohn Learning Center Nashville School Closed July 31, 2020
Two Rivers High School Donelson Open from 1964-1971.
University School of Nashville Nashville
Valor College Prep Nashville
Wallace University School Nashville
West End High School Nashville Built in 1937 by the Public Works Administration and converted to a middle school in 1968. In that time, the school had only two principals, William H. Yarborough and John A. Oliver.
Whites Creek High School Whites Creek
Decatur County
Crowder High School Decaturville THSAA member
Decatur Co. High School Decaturville The 1922 class is the school's first graduating class of record. Two fires contributed to the loss of the school building in 1956. The school was moved into a new building and renamed Decaturville High School in 1957. It was closed and consolidated into Decatur Co. Riverside High School in 1965.
Decatur Co. Riverside High School Decaturville Riverside opened in 1965, consolidating all other Decatur County high schools. The school's first principal was Harold Holmes.
Parsons High School Parsons Consolidated into Riverside High School in 1965.
Sugar Tree High School Sugar Tree
DeKalb County
DeKalb Co. High School Smithville
Lawrence High School Alexandria
Liberty High School Liberty TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Pure Fountain College Smithville TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Dickson County
Charlotte High School Charlotte
Creek Wood High School Charlotte
Dickson Central High School Dickson TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Dickson Co. High School Dickson
Hampton High School Dickson THSAA member
Ruskin Cave College Preparatory School Ruskin Cave
White Bluff High School White Bluff
William James High School White Bluff THSAA member
Dyer County
Bogota High School Bogota
Bruce High School Dyersburg THSAA member
Dyer Co. High School Newbern
Dyersburg High School Dyersburg
Newbern High School Newbern
Trimble High School Trimble
Fayette County
East Junior High School Somerville
Fayette Academy Somerville
Fayette Co. High School Somerville
Fayette Co. Training School Somerville THSAA member
Fayette-Ware Comprehensive High School Somerville Established in the late-1960s as a result of the consolidation of Fayette County High School and W. P. Ware High School.
Moscow High School Moscow
Rossville Christian Academy Rossville
W. P. Ware High School Somerville Established in the mid-1910s as Fayette County Training School, a high school for black students. Became a four-year high school in 1928. W. P. Ware was the school's first principal. The school was closed after being consolidated with Fayette County High School to form Fayette-Ware High School. THSAA member
West Junior High School Oakland
Fentress County
Alvin C. York Institute Jamestown
Clarkrange High School Clarkrange
New Providence Demonstration School Clarkrange
Stockton Valley Academy Helena
Wilder High School Wilder
Franklin County
Franklin Co. High School Winchester Believed to be formed as the result of school consolidation. TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
H. Louis Scott Junior High School Winchester
Huntland High School Huntland
Sewanee Military Academy Sewanee
Sherwood High School Sherwood
St. Andrew's - Sewanee School Sewanee
Townsend High School - Winchester Winchester THSAA member
Winchester Central High School Winchester
Winchester Christian Academy Winchester
Gibson County
Bradford High School Bradford
Brazil High School Brazil
Dyer High School Dyer
Fitzgerald and Clarke School Trenton
Gibson Co. High School Dyer
Gibson High School Gibson
Humboldt High School Humboldt
Laneview High School Trenton
Medina High School Medina
Milan High School Milan
Peabody High School Trenton
Polk-Clark High School Milan THSAA member
Rosenwald High School Trenton THSAA member
Rutherford High School Rutherford
South Gibson Co. High School Medina
Spring Hill High School Eaton
Stigall High School Humboldt THSAA member
Yorkville High School Yorkville
Giles County
Beech Hill High School Diana
Bodenham High School Pulaski
Bridgeforth High School Pulaski THSAA member
Bunker Hill High School Frankewing
Campbellsville High School Campbellsville
Elkton High School Elkton
Giles Co. High School Pulaski
Jones High School - Lynnville Lynnville
Massey Military School Pulaski IAA member (1913)
McBurg High School Frankewing
Minor Hill High School Minor Hill
Prospect High School Prospect
Pulaski Central High School Pulaski
Richland High School Lynnville
Stella High School Prospect
Grainger County
Grainger High School Rutledge Prior to the 2008-09 school year, this school was known as Rutledge High School.
Washburn High School Washburn
Greene County
Baileyton High School Baileyton
Camp Creek Academy Greeneville
Cedar Creek High School Greeneville
Chuckey High School Chuckey
Chuckey-Doak High School Afton
Doak High School Tusculum
George Clem High School Greeneville First organized in 1887 by the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church as Greeneville College. Became a public school for black students in 1932. George Clem became the school's principal in 1935. Named in honor of George Clem in 1939. Closed in 1965 as a result of desegregation. The school building now serves as the Greeneville City Schools central office. THSAA member
Glenwood High School Greeneville
Greene Online Academy of Learning Greeneville
Greeneville High School Greeneville
Jearoldstown High School Jearoldstown
McDonald High School Mohawk
Mosheim High School Mosheim
North Greene High School Greeneville
Ottoway High School Greeneville
River Academy Greeneville
South Greene High School Greeneville
St. James High School Greeneville
Tennessee Online Public School at Greeneville Greeneville
Warrensburg High School Midway
West Greene High School Mosheim
Grundy County
Grundy Co. High School Coalmont Grundy Co. High School was founded in 1928 in Tracy City. From 1894 until 1928, the county's high school students attended James K. Shook School in Tracy City. The current building in Coalmont opened in 1997.
Hamblen County
Morristown High School Morristown
Morristown-Hamblen High School East Morristown
Morristown-Hamblen High School West Morristown
Russellville High School Russellville
West High School Morristown THSAA member
Whitesburg High School Whitesburg
Witt High School Morristown
Hamilton County
21st Century Academy Chattanooga
Baylor School Chattanooga TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Birchwood High School Birchwood
Booker T. Washington High School Chattanooga THSAA member
Boyd Buchanan High School Chattanooga
Brainerd High School Chattanooga
Chatt. School for the Arts & Sciences Chattanooga
Chattanooga Central High School Harrison TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Chattanooga Charter School of Excellence High Chattanooga
Chattanooga Christian School Chattanooga
Chattanooga City High School Chattanooga
Chattanooga Girls' Leadership Academy Chattanooga
Chattanooga High Center for Creative Arts Chattanooga
Chattanooga Preparatory School Chattanooga
Chattanooga School for the Liberal Arts Chattanooga
Collegedale Academy College
David Brainerd Christian School Chattanooga
East Hamilton High School Ooltewah
East Ridge High School Chattanooga
Girls Preparatory School Chattanooga
Grace Baptist Academy Chattanooga
Hamilton Co. Collegiate High School Chattanooga
Hamilton Co. Virtual School Chattanooga
Hamilton County Training School Chattanooga
Hixson High School Hixson
Howard High School Chattanooga

Opened in 1865 and named after Civil War General Oliver O. Howard, head of the newly established Freedmen’s Bureau.  The school was incorporated into the city school system in 1873.  The school moved to its current location on South Market St. in 1954.

THSAA member
Ivy Academy Soddy-Daisy
Kirkman High School Chattanooga
Lookout Valley High School Chattanooga
McCallie School Chattanooga
Notre Dame High School Chattanooga
Ooltewah High School Ooltewah
Red Bank High School Chattanooga
Riverside High School Chattanooga THSAA member
Sale Creek High School Sale Creek
Sale Creek High School Sale Creek
Sequoyah High School - Soddy-Daisy Soddy-Daisy
Signal Mountain High School Signal Mountain
Silverdale Baptist Academy Chattanooga
Skyuka Hall Chattanooga
Soddy Daisy High School Soddy-Daisy
Soddy High School Soddy
STEM School of Chattanooga Chattanooga
Tennessee Temple Academy Chattanooga
The Howard School Chattanooga

Tyner Academy Chattanooga
Hancock County
Hancock Co. High School Sneedville
Hardeman County
Allen-White High School Whiteville THSAA member
Bolivar Central High School Bolivar
Bolivar Industrial High School Bolivar THSAA member
Grand Junction High School Grand Junction
Middleton High School Middleton
Silerton High School Silerton
Toone High School Toone
Whiteville High School Whiteville
Hardin County
Dunbar High School Savannah THSAA member
Hardin Co. High School Savannah
Morris Chapel High School Right
Pickwick South Side Counce
Saltillo High School Saltillo
Savannah Central High School Savannah
Savannah Institute Savannah
Shiloh High School Pittsburg Landing
Hawkins County
Bulls Gap High School Bulls Gap
Cherokee High School Rogersville Established in 1980 as the result of the consolidation of Rogersville High School and Bulls Gap High School. The school is named after nearby Cherokee Lake.
Clinch High School Sneedville
Hawkins Co. Virtual Academy Rogersville
St. Clair High School St. Clair
Volunteer High School Church Hill
Haywood County
Carver High School Brownsville THSAA member
Haywood High School Brownsville TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Tennessee Academy Brownsville
Henderson County
Lexington High School Lexington
Montgomery High School Lexington THSAA member
Poplar Springs High School Juno
Reagan High School Reagan
Russell's Cross Roads High School Luray
Sardis High School Sardis
Scotts Hill High School Reagan
Henry County
Buchanan High School Buchanan
Cottage Grove High School Cottage Grove
E.W. Grove Junior High School Paris
Grove High School Paris Established in 1906. Consolidated into Henry County High School in 1969. TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Henry Co. High School Paris
Henry Co. Training School Paris THSAA member
Henry High School Henry
Paris Central High School Paris THSAA member
Puryear High School Puryear
Springville High School Springville
Hickman County
Bernard High School Centerville THSAA member
Centerville High School Centerville
East Hickman High School Lyles
Hickman Co. High School Centerville
Little Lot High School Little Lot
Shady Grove High School Duck River
Houston County
Erin High School Erin Established in 1911. Replaced by Houston County High School in 1958. TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Hensley High School Erin Open from 1925-1965. THSAA member
Houston Co. High School Erin Opened in 1958 after the consolidation of Erin and Yellow Creek.
Yellow Creek High School Cumberland City
Humphreys County
Bakerville High School Bakerville
Hillcrest High School Halls Creek
McEwen High School McEwen
Natchez Trace Youth Academy Waverly
Porch-Reid High School Waverly THSAA member
Tribble High School Johnsonville
Waverly Central High School Waverly TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Jackson County
Granville High School Granville
Jackson Co. High School Gainesboro
Jefferson County
Chestnut Hill High School Dandridge
Jefferson City High School Jefferson City
Jefferson Co. High School Dandridge
Lakeway Christian Academy White Pine
Maury High School Dandridge
Nelson-Merry High School Jefferson City THSAA member
New Market High School New Market
White Pine High School White Pine
Johnson County
Elk Mills High School Butler
Johnson Co. High School Mountain City
Watauga Academy Butler
Kentucky County
Vanderbilt Training School Elkton IAA member (1913)
Knox County
Annoor Academy of Knoxville Knoxville
Austin High School Knoxville THSAA member
Austin-East High School Knoxville
Baker-Himel School Knoxville
Bearden High School Knoxville
Berean Christian School Knoxville
Career Magnet Academy Knoxville
Carter High School Strawberry Plains
Christian Academy of Knoxville Knoxville
Clexton High School Heiskell
Concord Christian School Knoxville
Doris A. Walker Academy Knoxville
Doyle High School Knoxville
Farragut High School Knoxville
First Baptist Academy Powell
Freedom Christian Academy Knoxville
Fulton High School Knoxville
Gibbs High School Corryton
Grace Christian Academy - Knoxville Knoxville
Hardin Valley Academy Knoxville
Holston High School - Knoxville Knoxville
Karns High School Knoxville
Knox Co. Virtual School Knoxville
Knox County Occupational Training School Knoxville
Knoxville Catholic High School Knoxville
Knoxville Central High School Knoxville
Knoxville Christian School Knoxville Withdrew at the beginning of the 2021-22 School Year.
Knoxville East High School Knoxville
Knoxville Halls High School Knoxville
Knoxville High School Knoxville TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
L&N STEM Academy Knoxville
Park City High School Knoxville
Powell High School Powell
River's Edge Christian Academy Knoxville
Rule High School Knoxville
Rush Strong High School Strawberry Plains
South High School Knoxville
South-Doyle High School Knoxville
South-Young High School Knoxville
Stair Technical Institute Knoxville
Tennessee School for the Deaf Knoxville
Webb School of Knoxville Knoxville
West High School Knoxville
Young High School Knoxville
Lake County
Lake Co. High School Tiptonville
Lincoln High School Tiptonville THSAA member
Ridgely High School Ridgely
Tiptonville High School Tiptonville
Lauderdale County
Halls Consolidated High School Halls THSAA member
Halls High School Halls
Lauderdale Co. Training School Ripley THSAA member
Nankipoo High School Halls
Ripley High School Ripley
Lawrence County
Lawrence Co. High School Lawrenceburg TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Loretto High School Loretto
Pioneer Virtual Academy Lawrenceburg
Summertown High School Summertown
Lewis County
Lewis Co. High School Hohenwald
Lincoln County
Blanche High School Blanche
Boonshill High School Boonshill
Camargo High School Fayetteville
Dellrose High School Dellrose
Fayetteville Central Junior High Fayetteville
Fayetteville High School Fayetteville
Flintville High School Flintville
Kelso High School Kelso
Lincoln Central Academy Fayetteville Withdrew at the beginning of the 2021-22 School Year.
Lincoln Co. High School Fayetteville Opened in 1979.
Lincoln Co. Ninth Grade Academy Fayetteville
Lincoln High School Lincoln
Mulberry High School Mulberry
Riverside Christian Academy Fayetteville
West End High School Fayetteville THSAA member
Loudon County
Greenback High School Greenback
Lenoir City High School Lenoir City
Loudon High School Loudon
The iLearn Institute at Lenoir City Schools Lenoir City
Macon County
Macon Christian Academy Lafayette
Macon Co. High School Lafayette
Red Boiling Springs High School Red Boiling Springs
Madison County
Beech Bluff High School Beech Bluff
Bemis High School Bemis
Brown's High School Jackson
Episcopal Day School Jackson
Fairview High School Fairview
Family Christian School Jackson
George A. Thomas, Jr. Academy Pinson
Huntersville High School Huntersville
J. B. Young High School Bemis
Jackson Academic STEAM Academy Jackson
Jackson Central Merry Early College High School Jackson
Jackson Central-Merry Academy of Medical Technology Jackson
Jackson Central-Merry High School Jackson
Jackson Christian School Jackson
Jackson East High School Jackson THSAA member
Jackson High School Jackson
Jackson North Side High School Jackson
Jackson Preparatory School Jackson
Jackson South Side High School Jackson
Liberty Technology Magnet High School Jackson
Madison Academic Magnet High School Jackson
Malesus High School Malesus
Medon High School Medon
Mercer High School Mercer
Merry High School Jackson THSAA member
Oakfield High School Oakfield
Old Hickory Academy Jackson
Pinson High School Pinson
Pope High School Jackson
Providence High School Providence
Sacred Heart of Jesus High School Jackson
Spring Creek High School Spring Creek
Trinity Christian Academy Jackson
University School of Jackson Jackson
West High School Denmark THSAA member
Marion County
Marion Co. High School Jasper
McReynolds High School South Pittsburg THSAA member
Prior Institute Jasper
Richard Hardy Memorial School South Pittsburg
South Pittsburg High School South Pittsburg
Whitwell High School Whitwell
Marshall County
Belfast High School Belfast
Cornersville High School Cornersville TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Forrest High School Chapel Hill
Jones High School - Lewisburg Lewisburg THSAA member
Marshall Co. High School Lewisburg
Morgan School Petersburg
Petersburg High School Petersburg
Price-Webb School Lewisburg IAA member (1913)
Maury County
Battle Creek High School Spring Hill
Branham and Hughes Military Academy Spring Hill IAA member (1913)
Carver-Smith High School Columbia THSAA member
Clark High School Mt. Pleasant THSAA member
Columbia Academy Columbia
Columbia Central High School Columbia
Columbia Female Institute Columbia
Columbia Military Academy Columbia
Cross Bridges High School Mt. Pleasant
Culleoka High School Culleoka
Fountain Heights High School Columbia
Hampshire High School Hampshire TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Hay-Long High School Mt. Pleasant
Howard Institute Mt. Pleasant
Magnolia Academy Columbia
Mt. Pleasant High School Mt. Pleasant
Mynders High School Columbia
Santa Fe High School Santa Fe
Spring Hill High School Columbia
Stephens High School Hampshire
Virtual Academy of Maury County Columbia
Zion Christian Academy Columbia Withdrew in 2021.
McMinn County
Athens Junior High School Athens
Calhoun High School Calhoun
Christ's Legacy Academy Athens
Cook High School Athens THSAA member
Englewood High School Englewood
Etowah High School Etowah
Fairview Christian Academy Athens
Hills View High School Riceville
McMinn Central High School Englewood
McMinn Co. High School Athens
Niota High School Niota
Riceville High School Riceville
Union Grove High School Niota
McNairy County
Adamsville College Adamsville
Adamsville High School Adamsville
Bethel Springs High School Bethel Springs
Finger High School Finger
McNairy Central High School Selmer
McNairy Co. Training School Selmer THSAA member
Michie High School Michie
Purdy High School Purdy
Ramer High School Ramer
Selmer High School Selmer
Stantonville High School Stantonville
Tri-County High School Milledgeville
Meigs County
Meigs Co. High School Decatur
Monroe County
Greenbrier High School Sweetwater THSAA member
High Point High School Sweetwater THSAA member
Madisonville High School Madisonville
Monroe Co. Virtual School Madisonville
Sequoyah High School - Madisonville Madisonville
Sweetwater High School Sweetwater
Tellico Plains High School Tellico Plains
Tennessee Military Institute Sweetwater
Vonore High School Vonore
Montgomery County
Burt High School Clarksville THSAA member
Chapel Hill Christian Academy Clarksville
Clarksville Academy Clarksville
Clarksville High School Clarksville TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Cumberland City Academy Cumberland City
Kenwood High School Clarksville
Kirkwood High School Clarksville
Montgomery Central High School Cunningham
Northeast High School Clarksville
Northwest High School Clarksville
Rossview High School Clarksville
Southside High School Southside
W. T. Thomas High School Cumberland City THSAA member
West Creek High School Clarksville
Woodlawn High School Woodlawn
Moore County
Lynchburg High School Lynchburg
Moore Co. High School Lynchburg
Morgan County
Burrville High School Burrville
Coalfield High School Coalfield
Oakdale High School Oakdale Believed to have been formed as the result of school consolidation.
Sunbright High School Sunbright
Wartburg Central High School Wartburg
Obion County
Central High Two Year Rives
Cloverdale High School Elbridge IAA member (1913)
Cunningham High School Union City
Dixie High School Union City
Hornbeak High School Hornbeak
Kenton High School Kenton
Mason Hall High School Kenton
Miles High School Union City THSAA member
Obion Co. Central High School Troy
Obion High School Obion
Rives High School Rives
South Fulton High School South Fulton
Troy High School Troy
Union City High School Union City TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Woodland Mills High School Woodland Mills
Overton County
Alpine Institute Alpine

Organized by Dr. John L. Dillard on the top of Alpine Mountain in 1821, the school was moved off the mountain after the Civil War and named Alpine Institute. A. H. Roberts, later a Tennessee governor, taught there in the early 1890s. The school was revived in 1917 by the Board of the National Missions of the U.S.A. Presbyterian Church. The high school was turned over to Overton County in 1946.

Crawford High School Crawford
Fiske Academy Hilham
Livingston Academy Livingston

Established in 1909 by the Christian Women's Board of Missions of the Christian Church.  In 1947, the school was sold to Overton County and has since been operated as a public county high school.  The current school building opened in 1976.

Rickman High School Rickman
Perry County
Cedar Creek High School Linden
Linden High School Linden Linden High School and Lobelville High School consolidated to become Perry County High School in 1963.
Lobelville High School Lobelville
Perry Co. High School Linden
Perry Co. Virtual School Linden
Pickett County
Pickett Co. High School Byrdstown
Polk County
Copper Basin High School Copperhill Established in 1956 with the consolidation of Polk County's eastern-most high schools: Ducktown and Copperhill.
Copperhill High School Copperhill Closed in 1956 and consolidated with Ducktown High School to create Copper Basin High School.
Ducktown High School Ducktown Located in the historic Kimsey Junior College building from 1938 until the school's consolidation with Copperhill High School in 1956.
Polk Co. High School Benton Established in 1912 through the promotion of J.D. Clemmer, with John L. Brewer as its first and long-time principal. It was one of the first high schools in the state to be accredited.
Polk Innovative Learning Academy Benton
Putnam County
Algood High School Algood

Established in 1892 as a primary school serving the town of Algood. The high school program was discontinued in 1966.

Baxter Seminary Baxter

Baxter Seminary traces its origin to the 1890s when Bloomington College was established by H.C. and C.W. Coleman. In 1896, the school burned and was reopened in Red Boiling Springs as Wesleyan Memorial Academy.  In 1908, the Methodist Episcopal Church assumed responsibility for the school and moved it to Baxter where it was renamed Baxter Seminary.  The school was led by Dr. Harry L. Upperman from 1923-1957 and ultimately sold to Putnam County in 1959 to become Upperman High School.

TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Cookeville High School Cookeville

Cookeville High School has a long history dating back to the establishment of Washington Academy in 1891.  The school was known as Central High from 1932 until 1966 and Putnam Senior High from 1966 until 1981.  The current building was constructed in 1996 on the grounds of the former Putnam Airport.

DeBerry Academy Bloomington Springs

Established as Junior Military Academy in 1919 by Col. L. L. Rice. In 1922, Rice appointed Major Roy DeBerry as headmaster.  DeBerry would purchase the school in 1925 and change the name to DeBerry Academy in 1970.

Highland Rim Academy Cookeville

Established in 2007, Highland Rim Academy is a K-12 classical Christian school.

Monterey High School Monterey

Established around 1915.

Putnam Co. High School Cookeville

Merged with Dixie College in 1914 and became part of Tennessee Polytechnic Institute in 1916 when Dixie College ceded its property to the state for the establishment of a new state university.

Upperman High School Baxter

Opened in 1959 on the campus of the former Baxter Seminary and named for the school's long-time president, Dr. Harry Lee Upperman. A new building for the school was erected in 1976, which is now occupied by Cornerstone Middle School. The current school building opened at a new site in 2003.

Virtual Instruction to Accentuate Learning Cookeville
Rhea County
Rhea Central High School Dayton
Rhea Co. High School Evensville
Spring City High School Spring City
Roane County
Campbell High School Rockwood THSAA member
Fairview High School Kingston
Harriman High School Harriman
Harriman Occupational Training School Harriman
Kingston High School Kingston
Midway High School Kingston
Oliver Springs High School Oliver Springs Believed to have been formed as the result of school consolidation.
Paint Rock High School Kingston
Roane Co. High School Kingston
Roane Co. Virtual Academy Harriman
Rockwood High School Rockwood
South Harriman High School Harriman
Wheat High School Wheat TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Robertson County
Barren Plains High School Springfield
Bell High School Adams
Bransford High School Springfield THSAA member
Cedar Hill High School Cedar Hill TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Coopertown High School Springfield
Cross Plains High School Cross Plains TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Dayspring Academy Greenbrier
East Robertson High School Cross Plains
Greenbrier High School Greenbrier
Innovation Academy of Robertson County Springfield
Jo Byrns High School Cedar Hill
Orlinda High School Orlinda TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Peoples-Tucker School Springfield IAA member (1913)
Springfield High School Springfield TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Tate School Springfield
White House Heritage High School White House
Rutherford County
Anderson School for Boys Murfreesboro
Blackman High School Murfreesboro
Buchanan High School Buchanan Closed in 1943.
Christiana High School Christiana
Eagleville High School Eagleville TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Fosterville High School Fosterville
Holloway High School Murfreesboro THSAA member
Kittrell High School Readyville
Lancaster Christian Academy
Lascassas High School Lascassas
LaVergne High School La Vergne
Middle Tennessee Christian School Murfreesboro
Middle Tennessee Normal School Murfreesboro
Milton High School Milton
Mooney School for Boys Murfreesboro
Murfreesboro Central High School Murfreesboro Closed in 1972 with the opening of Oakland and Riverdale High Schools. Murfreesboro Central Magnet High School was opened on the same grounds in 2010. TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Murfreesboro Central Magnet School Murfreesboro
Murray High School Readyville
Oakland High School Murfreesboro
Providence Christian Academy Murfreesboro
Riverdale High School Murfreesboro
Rockvale High School Rockvale The school in Rockvale dates back to the 1800s. The first brick school building was built in 1927. The school was closed and consolidated into Riverdale High School in 1972. It was reopened in 2019.
Rutherford Co. Virtual School Smyrna
Siegel High School Murfreesboro
Smyrna High School Smyrna
Stewarts Creek High School Smyrna
Walter Hill High School Walter Hill
Scott County
Buffalo High School Oneida
Huntsville High School Huntsville
Norma High School Norma
Oneida High School Oneida TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Robbins High School Robbins
Scott High School Huntsville
Sequatchie County
Sequatchie Co. High School Dunlap
Sevier County
Beech Springs High School Kodak
Gary Hardin Academy Sevierville
Gatlinburg-Pittman High School Gatlinburg
Gatlinburg-Pittman Jr. High School Gatlinburg
Harrison-Chilhowee Baptist Academy Seymour
Harrison-Chilhowee High School Seymour
Harrison-Chilhowee Institute Seymour
Murphy Collegiate Institute Sevierville
Northview Academy Kodak
Northview Jr. Academy Kodak
Pi Beta Phi High School Gatlinburg
Pigeon Forge High School Pigeon Forge
Pigeon Forge Jr. High School Pigeon Forge
Pittman Center High School Sevierville
Sevier Co. High School Sevierville
Sevier Co. Junior High School Sevierville
Seymour High School Seymour
Seymour Jr. High School Seymour
Smoky Mountain Academy Sevierville
St. Andrews School Sevierville
The King's Academy Seymour
Shelby County
Arlington High School Arlington Believed to have been formed as the result of school consolidation.
Auburndale High School Cordova
Barret's Chapel High School Arlington THSAA member
Bartlett High School Bartlett
Bartlett Ninth Grade Academy Arlington
Bellevue Junior High School Memphis
Bertrand High School Memphis THSAA member
Bishop Byrne High School Memphis
Bluff City High School Memphis
Bolton High School Arlington
Booker T. Washington High School Memphis THSAA member
Bowie Reading & Learning Center Memphis
Briarcrest Christian School Eads
Capleville High School Capleville THSAA member
Christian Brothers High School Memphis Established in 1871.
City University School of Liberal Arts Memphis
Collegiate School of Memphis Memphis Affiliate Member for 2021-22 School Year. Withdrew at the beginning of the 2023-24 School Year.
Collierville High School Collierville
Collierville Virtual Academy Collierville Withdrew at the beginning of the 2023-24 school year.
Compass School - Midtown High School Memphis
Cordova High School Cordova
Country Day School Memphis
Craigmont High School Memphis
Crosstown High School Memphis
Douglass High School - Memphis Memphis THSAA member
E. A. Harrold High School Millington THSAA member
E. E. Jeter High School Lucy
Elliston Baptist Academy Memphis
Evangelical Christian School Cordova Established in 1965.
Fairley High School Memphis
Father Bertrand High School Memphis THSAA member
First Assembly Christian School Cordova Established in 1972.
Frayser Baptist School Memphis Established in 1973 and closed in 1983.
Frederick Douglass High School Memphis
Freedom Preparatory Academy Memphis
Gateway University Memphis
Geeter High School Memphis THSAA member
George R. James High School Eads
George Washington Carver High School Memphis THSAA member
Georgian Hills Junior High School Memphis
Germantown High School Germantown
Germantown Online School of Learning Germantown
GRAD Academy Memphis
Hamilton High School Memphis THSAA member
Harding Academy Memphis Established in 1952.
Hillcrest High School Memphis
Hollis F. Price Middle College High School Memphis
Holy Names High School Memphis
Houston High School Germantown
Humes High School Memphis
Hutchison School Memphis Established in 1902.
Immaculate Conception High School Memphis
Kingsbury High School Memphis
KIPP Memphis Collegiate School Memphis
Kirby High School Memphis
Lakeland Preparatory School Lakeland
Lausanne Collegiate School Memphis Established in 1926.
Lester High School Memphis THSAA member
Lighthouse Christian Academy Millington
M. C. Williams High School Germantown
Manassas High School Memphis THSAA member
Margolin Hebrew Academy Memphis Withdrew at the beginning of the 2023-24 school year.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Preparatory High School Memphis Formerly known as Frayser High School.
Medical District High School Memphis
Melrose High School Memphis THSAA member
Memphis Academy of Health Sciences Memphis School closed at the end of the 2021-22 school year.
Memphis Academy of Science & Engineering Memphis
Memphis Business Academy Memphis
Memphis Catholic High School Memphis
Memphis Central High School Memphis TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Memphis East High School Memphis
Memphis Jewish High School Memphis
Memphis Middle College High School Memphis
Memphis Northside High School Memphis
Memphis Preparatory School Memphis Established in 1973.
Memphis Rise Academy Memphis
Memphis School of Excellence Memphis
Memphis School of Excellence - Cordova Cordova
Memphis South Side High School Memphis TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Memphis Technical High School Memphis
Memphis University School Memphis Established in 1954.
Memphis Virtual School Memphis
Messick High School Memphis
Millington Central High School Millington
Mitchell High School Memphis THSAA member
Mt. Pisgah Early College High School Cordova School's grade configuration was changed back to 6-8 after 2022-23 school year.
Mt. Pisgah High School Cordova THSAA member
Nicholas Blackwell High School Bartlett
Northpoint Christian School Southaven Established in 1973 as Southern Baptist Educational Center.
Oakhaven Baptist Academy Memphis Established in 1974.
Oakhaven High School Memphis
Overton High School Memphis
Pathways In Education Tennessee - Frayser Campus Memphis
Pathways in Education Tennessee - Whitehaven Campus Memphis
Patterson High School Memphis THSAA member
Pleasant View School Memphis
Power Center Academy High School Memphis
Raleigh Egypt High School Memphis
Ridgeway High School Memphis
River City High School of Leadership & Service Memphis
Rosemark High School Rosemark
Sacred Heart High School Memphis
Shadowlawn High School Brunswick THSAA member
Sheffield High School Memphis THSAA member
Shelby Co. Training School Lucy THSAA member
Sky View Baptist School Memphis Established in 1973.
Soulsville Charter School Memphis
Southwest Early College High School Memphis
Southwind High School Memphis
St. Agnes Academy Memphis Established in 1851.
St. Augustine High School Memphis THSAA member
St. Benedict at Auburndale Cordova
St. George's Independent School Collierville
St. Mary's Episcopal School Memphis Established in 1847.
St. Thomas High School Memphis
The Phoenix School for Creative Learners Germantown
Tipton-Rosemark Academy Millington
Towering Oaks Academy Memphis
Treadwell High School Memphis
Trezevant High School Memphis
University High School - Memphis Memphis
W.E.B. Dubois High School Memphis
W.E.B. Dubois High School of Leadership & Public Policy Memphis
West Tennessee State Training School Memphis
Westminster Academy Memphis
Westside High School Memphis
Westwood High School Memphis
White Station High School Memphis
Whitehaven High School Memphis
Wooddale High School Memphis
Woodstock High School THSAA member
YO! Academy Memphis
Smith County
Carthage High School Carthage TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Gordonsville High School Gordonsville
Smith Co. High School Carthage TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Turner High School Carthage THSAA member
Stewart County
Cumberland City Academy Cumberland City
Stewart Co. High School Dover
Sullivan County
Blountville High School Blountville
Bluff City High School Bluff City Was closed and consolidated (along with Mary Hughes and Holston Valley) into Sullivan East High School in 1968.
Bristol High School Bristol
Dobyns Bennett High School Kingsport
Douglass High School - Kingsport Kingsport THSAA member
Holston High School - Blountville Blountville
Holston Valley High School Bristol Was closed and consolidated (along with Bluff City and Mary Hughes) into Sullivan East High School in 1968.
Ketron High School Kingsport
Kingsport High School Kingsport
Lynn View High School Kingsport
Mary Hughes High School Piney Flats Was closed and consolidated (along with Bluff City and Holston Valley) into Sullivan East High School in 1968.
Mill Point High School Blountville
Slater High School Bristol THSAA member
Sullivan Central High School Blountville Was closed and consolidated (along with Sullivan North and Sullivan South) into West Ridge High School in 2021.
Sullivan East High School Bluff City
Sullivan North High School Kingsport Was closed and consolidated (along with Sullivan Central and Sullivan South) into West Ridge High School in 2021.
Sullivan South High School Kingsport Was closed and consolidated (along with Sullivan Central and Sullivan North) into West Ridge High School in 2021.
Sullivan West High School Kingsport Opened in 1930 as Sullivan High School. Renamed Sullivan West in 1968 when Sullivan Central High School and Sullivan East High School opened. Closed in 1980 when Sullivan North High School and Sullivan South High School opened.
Tennessee High School Bristol
Tennessee Online Public School Bristol
West Ridge High School Blountville Established in 2021 with the consolidation of Sullivan Central High School, Sullivan North High School, and Sullivan South High School.
Sumner County
Beech Senior High School Hendersonville
College Heights Christian Academy Gallatin
E.B. Wilson High School Gallatin
Gallatin High School Gallatin
Hawkins School Gallatin IAA member (1913)
Hendersonville Christian Academy Hendersonville
Hendersonville High School Hendersonville
Liberty Creek High School Gallatin
Merrol Hyde Magnet School Hendersonville
Pope Saint John Paul II Preparatory School Hendersonville
Portland High School Portland
Station Camp High School Gallatin
Sumner Co. High School Portland
Union High School Gallatin THSAA member
Westmoreland High School Westmoreland
White House High School White House
Williams School Gallatin
Tipton County
Brighton High School Brighton Believed to have been formed as the result of school consolidation.
Byars-Hall High School Covington
Covington High School Covington
Frazier High School Covington THSAA member
Gailor Industrial School Mason THSAA member
George R. Ellis High School Munford THSAA member
Munford High School Munford
Tipton Christian Academy Covington
Trousdale County
Trousdale Co. High School Hartsville First organized in 1910 but received its current name in 1916. TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Ward High School Hartsville THSAA member
Unicoi County
Unicoi Co. High School Erwin
Union County
Horace Maynard High School Maynardville
Loyston High School Loyston
Union Co. High School Maynardville
Van Buren County
Burritt Preparatory School Spencer
Van Buren Co. High School Spencer
Warren County
Centertown High School McMinnville
Dibrell High School Dibrell
F.C. Boyd, Sr. Christian School McMinnville
Irving College High School McMinnville
McMinnville Central High School McMinnville
McMinnville City High School McMinnville
McMinnville High School McMinnville
Morrison High School Morrison
Warren Co. High School McMinnville
Washington County
Boone's Creek High School Jonesboro
Daniel Boone High School Gray
David Crockett High School Jonesborough
East Tennessee State Training School Johnson City
Fall Branch High School Fall Branch
Johnson City Virtual Academy Johnson City School was closed after 2022-23 school year.
Jonesboro High School Jonesboro
Lamar High School Jonesboro
Langston High School Johnson City THSAA member
Providence Academy Johnson City
Science Hill High School Johnson City
Sulphur Springs High School Jonesboro
Tennessee Virtual Learning Academy Johnson City
University School Johnson City
Washington College Academy Washington College
Wayne County
Collinwood High School Collinwood
Frank Hughes High School Clifton
Pinhook High School Lutts
Wayne Co. High School Waynesboro
Weakley County
Chestnut Glade High School Chestnut Glade
Dresden High School Dresden
Gleason High School Gleason
Greenfield High School Greenfield TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Martin High School Martin
McFerrin School Martin
Mt. Pelia High School Martin
Palmersville High School Palmersville
Sharon High School Sharon
Sidonia High School Sharon
Stella Ruth High School Martin
Vincent Grove School Vincent Grove THSAA member
Weakley Co. Training School Martin THSAA member
Welch High School Dukedom
Wesley's Chapel High School Dresden
Westview High School Martin
White County
White Co. High School Sparta TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Williamson County
Battle Ground Academy Franklin
Benton Hall High School Franklin
Bethesda High School Bethesda
Brentwood Academy Brentwood
Brentwood High School Brentwood
Centennial High School Franklin
College Grove High School College Grove
Currey Ingram Academy Brentwood
Fairview High School Fairview
Franklin Christian Academy Franklin
Franklin High School Franklin
Franklin Training School Franklin THSAA member
Grace Christian Academy - Franklin Franklin
Hillsboro High School Leiper’s Fork
Independence High School Thompson's Station
Montessori Academy Brentwood
Natchez High School Franklin THSAA member
Nolensville High School Nolensville
Page High School Franklin
Ravenwood High School Brentwood
Renaissance High School Franklin
Summit High School Spring Hill
Vanguard Virtual High School Franklin
Wilson County
Castle Heights Military Academy Lebanon

Founded in 1902 as Castle Heights School.  Became a military preparatory school in 1918 as a result of WWI. Closed in 1986. Its buildings have been restored and now serve as the Lebanon City Hall, Lebanon Museum and History Center and the Cracker Barrel Headquarters.

Cumberland University Prep School Lebanon
Friendship Christian School Lebanon
Gladesville Academy Gladeville TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Green Hill High School Mt. Juliet
Lebanon High School Lebanon
McClain Christian Academy Lebanon
Mt. Juliet Christian Academy Mt. Juliet
Mt. Juliet High School Mt. Juliet
Shop Springs Academy Shop Springs TSSAA Charter Member (1925)
Watertown High School Watertown
Wilson Central High School Lebanon
Wilson Co. High School Lebanon THSAA member