Bryan College Founded in 1930, Bryan College is named after William Jennings Bryan: statesman, orator, and renowned prosecuting attorney in the famous Scopes Evolution Trial.
Chattanooga State Technical Community College Chattanooga State Technical Community College’s history shows its commitment to the community and its ability to adapt. When it opened in September 1965 on Fourth and Chestnut Streets, the College was known as Chattanooga State Technical Institute, a two-year, co-educational, college level institution. It was the state’s first technical college, and Southeast Tennessee’s first public institution of higher education.
Oxford Graduate School Oxford Graduate School is an independent, free-standing, research institution committed to providing a quality educational experience for the social professions. Founded in 1980, it is located on a rural retreat campus near Dayton, Tennessee (between Knoxville and Chattanooga).
Rhea County Academy Rhea County Academy is a community Christian school in the Dayton TN area. Some of the distinctives of the school include teacher selected curriculum, P.E., Art and Spanish classes for all ages, music or band and a chapel program in addition to a biblical worldview across the curriculum.
Rhea County Academy is an independent school and is not affiliated with a given church or denomination. We currently offer classes for K-4 through 10th grade.