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225 Friend Street, Suite 704
Boston, MA 02114

617-725-0000

ANet is a nonprofit dedicated to the premise that every child in America deserves an excellent education and the opportunities it provides. We pursue our vision of educational equality in America by helping schools boost student learning with great teaching that is grounded in standards, informed by data, and built on the successful practices of educators around the country.

Tennessee

Achievement Network works with 56 schools in Tennessee and Arkansas. For more information about our Tennessee network, please contact Tennessee Executive Director Vaughn Thompson or call 901-842-9261.


Memphis 2016–17 cohort 

  • Achievement School District
  • Du Bois Elementary School of Arts and Technology
  • Du Bois Elementary School of Entrepreneurship
  • Gestalt Community Schools
  • Humes Preparatory Academy Middle School
  • Klondike Preparatory Academy
  • Memphis Academy of Health Sciences Middle School
  • Memphis Academy of Science and Engineering
  • Nexus STEM Academy
  • Oakhaven Middle School
  • Power Center Academy - Elementary School
  • Power Center Academy - Middle School
  • Power Center Academy - High School
  • Promise Academy - Hollywood
  • Promise Academy - Spring Hill
  • Southern Charter Elementary School
  • STAR Academy

Nashville 2016–17 cohort 

  • Antioch Middle School
  • Croft Middle Prep
  • East End Preparatory School
  • Fall-Hamilton Enhanced Option School
  • Jere Baxter Middle School
  • Joelton Middle Prep
  • Madison Middle School
  • Metro Nashville Public Schools District
  • Napier Enhanced Option Elementary School
  • Neely's Bend Middle School
  • Thurgood Marshall Middle Prep
  • Whitsitt Elementary

Arkansas 2016-17 cohort

  • Central Elementary School
  • Forrest City Junior High School
  • Forrest City School District
  • Lincoln Middle Academy of Excellence
  • Stewart Elementary School
  • STRIVE Collegiate Academy

 

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    Vaughn Thompson has been a champion for education even from his roots in Brooklyn, NY. After graduating from Clark University, he returned to NYC and began a career in finance. After working for several Wall Street firms, he decided to pursue the dream of his life and join a field that was short on praise, but more personally fulfilling—education.

    After serving as school leader in NYC, Vaughn continued his career in educational leadership as a consultant and an instructional leader at several New Jersey charter schools and other growing educational entities focused on increasing student achievement throughout New York and New Jersey. Vaughn was the founding principal of Eagle Academy for Young Men of Newark, the first all-boys public school in the state of New Jersey.

    Vaughn continues to work steadfastly to mold the young minds of our geniuses, especially young men of color.