Moore County Public Library staff can help local adult learners seeking to take their high school equivalency exam. It’s available online and free to Tennessee residents.
Competing against much larger Tennessee schools like the University of Tennessee and MTSU, Motlow State recently won multiple PR awards.
A $300,000 USDA grant will fund a new partnership between Motlow, MTSU, and Columbia State to attract agricultural students interested in fermentation science.
Motlow College celebrates 50 years with an Annual Report highlighting their achievements. The college opened its doors on September 22, 1969.
Local STEM educator Billy Hix will host the NASA Observe the Moon Party on September 26.
Moore County High School freshmen, sophomores, and juniors can sign up for the PSAT to be given at the high school on October 14.
The Metro Board of Education will meet in a regular session on Thursday, September 17 at 6 p.m. at the Lynchburg Elementary School (LES) Cafeteria.
Motlow State Community College and Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) –Murfreesboro recently announced a partnership that will create a smooth transfer process for students studying nursing, cyber defense, business office, and mechatronics.
If you need to attend a Beef Quality Assurance class to qualify for state ag grant dollars, one will be held in Franklin County on September 12-15
The Moore County Public Library wants locals to know that virtual learners are welcome each eLearning Wednesday.