Bank of America announced on Tuesday the four Nashville-area high school students who were selected for the 2023 Student Leaders program, an eight-week paid summer internship providing students with first-hand experience in serving their communities.
Several Williamson County and Nashville-area students earned honors for their work at the 2023 Tennessee History Day competition held on April 15 at the Capitol Complex and Tennessee State University's Avon Williams Campus.
Vanderbilt, Lipscomb each captured conference tournaments
The school also held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for recent renovations.
Several local universities held commencement ceremonies over the past two weeks to honor their 2023 spring graduating classes.
Belmont University has named Jamie Lee senior director of corporate and foundational relations.
Williamson County and Nashville teachers are among the 30 educators nationwide who have been named as 2023 Music Teachers of Excellence by the Country Music Association Foundation.
Montgomery Bell Academy senior Middleton Henry was named the winner of the 2022 Congressional App Challenge in Tennessee’s Fifth District by former Rep. Jim Cooper.
Rosselli will join university as EVP for advancement after stints at Baylor, USC, Cal
Baker Donelson’s Dick Cowart has served on body since 2011, replaces David Solomon
University awarded $4.8M to fund mental health professional training for area schools
Father Ryan High School has announced that Francisco “Frank” Espinosa Jr. has been named principal — the private Catholic high school’s 16th — effective July 1.
University taps D’Angelo Taylor to oversee Office of Hope, Unity and Belonging
The move would mean less federal oversight for Tennessee schools
Aidan Miller, a student at Lipscomb University and founder of Kwizera Coffee, has won the regional Global Student Entrepreneur Awards competition hosted by the Nashville chapter of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO).
Williamson County Schools and the Franklin Special Schools District will both remain closed on Wednesday, Feb. 1, due to inclement weather.
Williamson County Schools and the Franklin Special Schools District will both close on Tuesday, Jan. 31, due to inclement weather, while Metro Nashville Public Schools will see a two-hour delay to their start time.
Last week, Belmont University named Edward "Ed" Magee as Vice President for Strategic Operations.
The Ensworth School celebrated the investiture of C. Prentice Stabler on Thursday.
Lipscomb University has appointed Brentwood resident and former Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Jeff Dale as the University’s chief of campus security.
Laura Encalade once served as staff chief for state education department commissioner's office
More than 20 students from seven Metro Nashville Public Schools were recognized in the 15th annual Middle Tennessee Regional Student Art Exhibition which was on display at The Parthenon.
Hillsboro High named as finalist in Samsung Solve For Tomorrow competition, awarded $2,500 in prizes
Hillsboro High School has been named as one of 300 finalist schools across the nation for the Samsung Solve For Tomorrow competition aimed at promoting STEM education.
Nolensville High School Band Director Benjamin Easley has been named the Nashville-area winner for the Manilow Music Teacher Award, named after Grammy Award-winning musician Barry Manilow, who will perform in Nashville on January 20, 2023.
Williamson County Schools students have partnered with the Tennessee Titans in designing shoes to raise awareness for a local non-profit as part of the My Cause, My Kicks initiative.
10 Middle Tennessee music teachers are in the running to win a cash prize, musical instruments and concert tickets from legendary Grammy Award-winning musician Barry Manilow, who will perform in Nashville on January 20, 2023.
A Hillwood High School student was arrested on Tuesday after police said that she threatened to "shoot up the school" and was found to be in possession of a loaded pistol.
The Tennessee Public Charter School Commission unanimously voted against Founders Classical Academy of Brentwood, a proposed charter school, during Monday’s commission meeting.
NPEF results show progress, but local perceptions of public schools still aren’t very high
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