Home to over 17,000 Nashvillians, District 34 is a beautiful area of rolling hills in southwestern Davidson County. Use the Address Lookup Here to see if you live in District 34. Spanning five zip codes, District 34 comprises two satellite cities, including all of the City of Forest Hills and 2/3 of the City of Oak Hill. There is so much to see and do around our great district. A day could take you from a morning of golf at the Percy Warner course to an evening of stargazing at the Dyer Observatory; from a seasonal festival at Cheekwood to the Full Moon Picking Party at Warner Park; from hiking the trails of Radnor Lake to swimming laps at the Green Hills Family YMCA.
34 is a Great Place to Appreciate Nature & the Arts
34 is a Great Place for Fitness, Swimming, Golf & Tennis
34 is a Great Place to Learn
The majority of families in District 34 are zoned to Hillsboro Cluster Schools, but residents on the east side of Franklin Pike are zoned to the Overton Cluster, and residents who live on the west side of Highway 100 are zoned to the Hillwood Cluster. The schools listed below are both public and private schools in District 34. This is not a complete listing of all zoned schools for 34 residents. Click link for more information on Metro Public Schools.
34 is a Great Place to Worship
Our district is home to 21 houses of worship! Congregations have many events, festivals, classes, and programs open to their neighbors and the Nashville community at large.