Thank you, Knoxville!
For the second year in a row, Knoxvillians have chosen Fountainhead College of Technology as the Best Technical/Business School in Knoxville. The 2014 Metro Pulse annual reader’s poll is out, and Fountainhead came out on top, again. Read Jack Neely's winning description of the school in this week's Metro Pulse magazine, reprinted below:
Best Technical/Business School
Fountainhead College of Technology
"Located on a relatively new campus near the intersection of I-40 and Pellissippi Parkway, Fountainhead enrolls about 250 students who are seeking bachelors’ and associates’ degrees in multiple aspects of information technology, including computer programming, wireless communication, and network security.
Fountainhead is especially known for its Internet-protection training (how many schools have a Cyber Defense Club?) has been designated a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education (CAEIAE) by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security. So the NSA approves of them, but you don’t have to approve of the NSA to be impressed. Fountainhead don’t make federal policy, but at Fountainhead they can explain how it all works.
Fountainhead actually started on Gay Street, in 1947, in the building currently being renovated as Tailor Lofts. It was originally known as the “Tennessee Radio Service School,” and aimed at returning GIs. The school later settled for years on Tazewell Pike in the Fountain City area, where they got the name. (J.N.)"
We are grateful for your support, Knoxville. You can count on us to earn your support in the years to come!