With over 52% of our population over the age of 25 holding a bachelors degree or higher, it’s no wonder why education is our number one priority. If you don’t find the details you need, call us. We will get you any information to help make your search easier.
Click on the links below to learn more about education in Williamson County.
Click here for the 2014-2015 Williamson County School District Zoning Map.
For an inside view of Williamson County schools, check out InFocus, an online and email newsletter.
2006-2014 High School Graduation Rates
2008-2013 ACT Performance
The chart below shows the ACT composites (an average of scores for English, Math, Reading, and Science) for the Williamson County School System and its individual schools.
The state average composite score in 2013 was 19.1.
|Williamson County Systemwide||22.6||22.8||22.7||22.8||23.1||23.4|
|Brentwood High School||24.4||25.4||25.3||25.5||25.1||25.4|
|Centennial High School||21.4||21.9||21.6||20.9||21.6||21.9|
|Fairview High School||19.5||19.5||19.5||19.9||21||21.5|
|Franklin High School||22.8||23||22.5||23.1||23.8||23.9|
|Middle College High School||18.7||18.3||18.8||18.9||19.1||20.5|
|Ravenwood High School||24.1||24.6||24.2||24.6||24.4||24.6|
Career and Tech Education
Please click here for a list of the career and tech educational programs in Williamson County’s High Schools.
For additional information regarding education in the Nashville region, please visit nashvilleareainfo.com.