3956 Blaze Dr Murfreesboro TN United States 37128
Blackman High School is a high school located in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, United States which is operated by the Rutherford County Schools. The school was established in 2000 to complement the existing Blackman Elementary School. The school has grown at a large rate over the last several years, and the school has a student body of over 2,000.HistoryBlackman High School was established in 2000 to provide a primary school for the residents living in western Rutherford County. It celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2010 with the graduating class of 2010.Blackman set a school record for enrollment at 2,396 students.CampusAll classes at Blackman High have a minimum of one computer for every six students. Computers are available in the media center, foreign language lab, and technology lab. Each teacher at the school has a multimedia center that includes a TV, computer with TV out, computer network connection, and a printer.Recent additions to Blackman High include the construction of a new classroom wing, the "G" hall, a large band room and a field area near the cafeteria. The athletics facilities have had recent upgrades. The baseball program built a fieldhouse in 2005 and the football program has just finished construction on a fieldhouse as of 2010.In 2010, Blackman High School teachers and staff, through a grant from Home Depot, constructed a memorial to Army Spc. Russell Hercules, who was killed in action in Afghanistan during the War against Terrorism. It was built to be a place of peace and solace, providing an open garden for any who need it.CurriculumBlackman has been recognized as a Pacesetter School. It was only one of twenty five schools to receive this award out of over 1200 schools. The test scores are recorded above the state and federal average nearly every year.