The 2022-23 school year culminated with a celebration of the Class of 2023 across Williamson County last week as 11 schools held graduation ceremonies from May 25-27.
122 students graduated from Brentwood Academy on May 28, marking the school's 51st commencement ceremony.
The school also held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for recent renovations.
Franklin's Battle Ground Academy saw 89 students graduate on May 14.
Independence High School senior Nate Martinez was named a 2023 U.S. Presidential Scholar on Monday, one of just 161 students in the country to earn the honor, including only two in the state of Tennessee.
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.
Battle Ground Academy is offering a variety of summer camps starting on May 30, which are open to students throughout the Williamson County community.
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.
Independence High School will offer a PSAT Prep Camp this summer for rising WCS 10th and 11th grade honors students.
Williamson County Schools TV/Film students won 12 awards in 16 categories at the April 28 National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Midsouth Student Production Awards.According to a WCS InFocus news release, students from Brentwood High School, Fairview High School, Franklin H…
Legacy Middle School teacher Allison McSwain has been recognized for her "excellence in Holocaust education."
Several Brentwood High School and Ravenwood High School students have placed among the top 10 students worldwide in the DECA International Career Development Conference.
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Battle Ground Academy has named Shannon Dishman as the Head of Middle School for the 2023-24 school year.
Baker Donelson’s Dick Cowart has served on body since 2011, replaces David Solomon
A Currey Ingram Academy student and administrator were honored at the Tennessee Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (TIAAA) annual awards ceremony at the state athletic director’s conference in Murfreesboro on April 17.
University awarded $4.8M to fund mental health professional training for area schools
Battle Ground Academy held their 84th Tug-of-War over the Harpeth River on Tuesday afternoon where the Platos defeated the Greers.
Camryn Long, an education major at the University of Mississippi and a graduate of Ravenwood High School, has been awarded the 2023 Linda Anglin Teacher Preparation Scholarship.
South Dakota State’s Sharrel Pinto will lead restructured college
Students from Page High School, Ravenwood High School and Legacy Middle School returned from the Tennessee Technology Student Association (TSA) State Leadership Conference having earned numerous awards and titles.
Fairview and Page High School students have returned from the Tennessee Future Farmers of America (FFA) State Convention with new awards and degrees.
Ravenwood students and Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee combined to surprise a local 4-year-old on Friday with a trip to Disney World for him and his family.
Monday night’s Williamson County School board meeting took a somber tone as Superintendent Jason Golden reflected on the deadly school shooting in Nashville.
Battle Ground Academy senior and Belle Meade Country Club caddie Christian Windham has been awarded the Evans Scholarship.
High school seniors across Williamson County are preparing to walk across the stage and receive their diplomas this May, with a full list of both public school and private school graduation ceremonies listed below.
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.
Brittany Schaffer will lead Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business
FirstBank Ampitheater and Gibson Gives, the charitable wing of Nashville-based Gibson Guitars, donated $47,300 to Williamson County Schools' music education programs.
Two Williamson County elementary school students have bee named the winners of Tennessee's 2022 Civics Essay Contest, presented by the Tenn. Secretary of State's office.
Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special Schools District will close on Friday, March 3, as sustained 30-35 mph winds with gusts of 45-55 mph are forecast to impact much of the state.
Williamson County Schools will host a district-wide career fair on Saturday, March 4.
Ravenwood High School won the Brentwood Historic Commission’s 13th “Battle of the Minds” Sarah Bayrd American History Bowl.
The Williamson County Board of Education approved the name of two future elementary schools during their Feb. 20, 2023 meeting, one of which will honor the county's first African American principal.
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Brentwood High senior Jason Wang has been named a Top-40 finalist in the 2023 Regeneron Science Talent Search.
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).
The Brentwood Historic Commission will hold their annual “Battle of the Minds” Sarah Bayrd American History Bowl on Thursday, Feb. 23.
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.
Williamson County Schools has begun the planning process to create a new five-year Strategic Plan, and next month they will host five community meetings where they are seeking input from the public.
Lipscomb University has appointed Brentwood resident and former Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Jeff Dale as the University’s chief of campus security.
Franklin-based Nashville K-9 has donated a therapy dog to the Williamson County Sheriff's Office which will serve students at Williamson County Schools and the Franklin Special Schools District.
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.
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