Tennessee Temple's peak enrollment was more than 4,000. As of September 2013, there were "just over" 400 students enrolled.  In September 2013, university leaders reported that the institution was considering a campus relocation, from Highland Park to a larger site on Woodland Park Baptist Church property located on Standifer Gap Road.   In February 2014, the university announced that it would sell most of its Highland Park campus buildings to Redemption to the Nations, the parent organization of Redemption Point Church, and move to a new site by June 2015. 
The Parthenon served as the location for the political rally in the climactic scene of Robert Altman's 1975 film Nashville . It was also used as a backdrop for the battle against the Hydra in the 2010 film Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief . It features in the title and lyrics of the song Nashville Parthenon from the album Etiquette , by Casiotone for the Painfully Alone . It was used in the 2000 PBS series Greeks: Crucible of Civilization . A poem titled "Ganymede" in Heather Ross Miller's Celestial Navigator: Writing Poems with Randall Jarrell features the Parthenon.