Education in Fallon, Nevada
Churchill County School District
Churchill County School District provides educational services for 4,409 students in eight schools which are located in Fallon, Nevada.
Logos Christian Academy
Logos Christian Academy Association is a benevolent, fraternal association dedicated to the preparation of children to become young men and women who think clearly and listen carefully with discernment and understanding.
Oasis Academy College Preparatory High School is dedicated to fostering lifelong learning and social responsibility in a safe and academically rigorous college preparatory environment.
Seventh Day Adventist School
The Seventh Day Adventist School accepts students in grades K-8. The school has been in operation at its current location at 380 East Front Street, Fallon, Nevada since 1905. The school is accredited and provides for a low student-teacher ratio. The SDA educational philosophy places a value of infinite worth on every individual and seeks to provide a climate in which a positive self-image may be developed. Academic excellence is promoted by challenging students to fully use their intellectual capacities and capabilities, to explore learning as a life-long endeavor, and to achieve academically throughout life. Students are encouraged to take an active interest in making the community a better place to live, appreciating the cultural differences and scientific advances of age, and developing positive attitudes towards all people.
Western Nevada Community College
Western Nevada Community College is a comprehensive community college which serves more than 6,000 students each semester within an 18,000-square-mile service area. One of four community colleges within the University and Community College System of Nevada, it is accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and of Colleges and Universities.
The college offers some 50 academic degrees and certificates in areas as diverse as engineering and construction technology, nursing, musical theatre, golf facilities management, geographic information systems, criminal justice and graphic design. Students may also complete up to two years of many baccalaureate degree programs, such as teacher preparation, for transfer to a university.
Sierra Nevada College
Sierra Nevada College offers degree programs in more than 14 different fields, as well as offering continuing education programs, an acclaimed summer arts program and numerous courses at satellite centers in Nevada. The College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges and is private, independent, accredited four-year liberal arts college located in Incline Village, Nevada. Student-faculty ratio is 14:1. The Incline Village location has four undergraduate departments: Science and Technology, Humanities and Social Science, Business Administration, and Fine Arts; and a fifth year post-baccalaureate program in Teacher Education. The College also has degree completion programs in Humanities (psychology concentration) in other Nevada sites including Fallon. The Teacher Education Program is offered in Fallon and Las Vegas.
Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC)
TMCC provides initial skills training in such areas as: welding, forklift operation and safety, database and word processing, plus customized industry specific programs. TMCC's Technical Institute, Edison Campus houses the Applied Industrial Technology programs and provides students with education and training in one or more career-oriented programs. The Technical Institute also provides advanced training for employed and skilled technicians and craftsmen.
University of Nevada, Reno (UNR)
U.S. News & World Report ranked UNR as one of America's best colleges and the Carnegie Foundation ranks UNR in the highest research category with institutions like Stanford, Harvard, Cal-Berkley, and UCLA. UNR provides a variety of programs including 70 bachelor's degrees, 70 master's programs, and 30 doctoral specialties.