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Cumberland Mountain School,

a registered historical site, is nestled in the heart of Crossville on 25 beautiful acres within walking distance to many businesses and community services. The school has a unique dual purpose. It serves as the location for Cumberland County's Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency office and home to the Youth Impact Center for boys. The original Cumberland Mountain School opened in 1919 and provided a prestigious education for 650 students, most of them from the Cumberland Mountain region, until it closed in 1938. This property has been placed on the national Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior.

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The Library & Chapel

The Library is a building rich in architectural character. The amenities enhance the atmosphere of stepping back in time to an era of tranquility. The adjoining chapel with its majestic stained glass window has served as a place for many intimate, small family weddings. It continues as a room perfect for reflection and solace.

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The Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency

leases this property from the First United Methodist Church of Crossville.

Click to view the notice for the PREA Compliance Audit

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Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency is a Partner Agency of Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. Second Harvest is a private, not-for- profit, tax exempt organization with a mission to feed hungry people and work to solve hunger issues in our community. Second Harvest works with a network of approximately 500 Partner Agencies like Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency to distribute food to those in need throughout 46 counties in Middle and West Tennessee. To learn more, visit

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