Rockvale, Tennessee

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Rockvale is an unincorporated community in Rutherford County, Tennessee.[1]

The latitude of Rockvale is 35.757N. The longitude is -86.531W.[2]

Snail Shell Cave in Rockvale is a large and biologically important cave that is owned and managed by the Southeastern Cave Conservancy. The cave system drains over 100 square miles (260 km2) of land and the water re-emerges at a major spring on the Stones River.

Rockvale is home to two schools, Rockvale Middle School for grades 6-8, and Rockvale Elementary school for grades PreK-5. In February 2017, the Rutherford County Commission approved construction of Rockvale High School. After 45 years since the high school studies were moved to Riverdale High School, construction will begin on a two story structure behind the Rockvale Middle School at the cost of approximately $59 million. The new Rockvale High School is expected to be open for classes in August of 2019. [3]

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Coordinates: 35°45′26″N 86°31′53″W / 35.75722°N 86.53139°W / 35.75722; -86.53139