Reminder: All Scholarship Applications should be                   postmarked by February 19,2022.
                               Tana Little

                          200 Pear Court
                      Nashville TN 37221

Welcome to the Nashville Central High School Alumni Website


Small Title


Central High Alumni Assoc.

P.O. Box 404

Hermitage, TN 37076-0404

615-291-6614, ext. 1918

Hail to the Blue and Gold

Hail Central High

Loyal and true

We'll be to you

Long as the years go by.


Up to the vaulted sky

Fling thy proud fold

Standard of might and right,

The blue and Gold.

(The above color print of Central High School was drawn by J. M. Garner) 

Central High School

Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee
1917 - 1971

Founded in 1917 as the first public high school in the county system, Central High School stood from 1921 -1971. One of the earliest student government associations in the South began here. 


Many graduates became city and county political leaders. The last mayor of the old Nashville City Government, Ben West, and the first Metro Government mayor, Beverly Briley, were classmates here.  


The last graduating class was 1971 after which the school, located in south Nashville on the hill above the State Fairgrounds on Raines Avenue between Wedgewood Avenue, and Southgate Avenue, was torn down and converted to a Public Television Station.




We hope you find our web site informative and an enjoyable visit.

Please contact us with questions or comments .

Please note we are always under construction. You will find new things here each time you visit.

You are visitor number

since 10/1/2005

You are visitor number

this month