From quality local schools to a bustling higher education system, Montgomery County offers world-class educational opportunities.

K-12 Public

K-12 Private or Religious-Based

Colleges, Universities, and Technical Schools

  • Austin Peay State University
    Austin Peay State University stands on the cusp of its 100th anniversary, representing a legacy of educational excellence and community service. Serving over 9,500 students, Austin Peay provides a range of academic programs, from associate to doctoral degrees, with a significant focus on military-affiliated students. The university is recognized for facilitating the transition of veterans and their families into academic life through programs like VetSuccess on Campus and resources like the Newton Military Family Resource Center. APSU is also celebrated as Tennessee's largest provider of higher education to military-connected students. Additionally, the institution supports a diverse student body, including adults, first-generation, and low-income students. Facilities like the forthcoming Health Professions Building, slated for completion by fall 2025, underscore APSU's commitment to cutting-edge educational environments and its prominence as a comprehensive public institution.
  • North Central Institute
    Since 1988 North Central Institute has been working with the Clarksville, TN/ Ft. Campbell, KY community in the education field. Our facility is comprised of over 30,000 square feet housing office, lab, and classroom space. NCI’s programs offer a uniquely designed curriculum that qualifies you to enter an industry with both national and global career opportunities. Our Aviation Maintenance program completers are highly skilled and ready to work in a variety of complex, challenging, and rewarding career paths. The opportunity to earn your Federal Aviation Administration Airframe and/or Powerplant license and your Associate's Degree is accomplished easily with NCI.
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology