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Williamson County Education

Welcome to Williamson County Education

Education is a priority in Williamson County. With some of the best schools in the county, top graduation rates in the state and over 54% of residents having earned a Bachelor’s degree or higher, it’s no wonder people are moving to Williamson County for a top of the line education for their children.

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August 26, 2015 The Tennessean by Melanie Balakit Williamson County high school students scored higher on the ACT for the fourth year in a row. The district’s average composite score increased from 23.5 to 23.8, nearing the school district’s goal of 24. The highest ACT score possible… Read More ⇒

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August 23, 2015 The Tennessean by Jill Cowan To understand Franklin is to know a series of seeming contradictions: It’s a rapidly developing city — among the fastest-growing in the country— but many longtime residents and leaders still see it as a small town. Its Cool Springs… Read More ⇒

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Williamson County Schools (WCS) Superintendent Mike Looney gave an overview of the state of Williamson County schools at the monthly membership meeting Tuesday, Aug. 18. For a full recap, click the following links: Dr. Looney’s PowerPoint Presentation Help Us Feed Our COWs – Computers on Wheels… Read More ⇒

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August 17, 2015 Brentwood Home Page by Jessica Pace Several changes have been implemented in Williamson County Schools this year affecting administration, faculty, students and families. Here is the rundown of what’s new in the district for the 2015-2016 school year. About 1,200 new students… Read More ⇒

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