Williamson County Schools has approximately 38,700 students enrolled in K-12 for the 2017-2018 school year. The district also serves an additional 600 early childhood and pre-kindergarten students.
There are 44 school sites: 10 high schools, 9 middle schools, 24 elementary schools, and one K-8 school. Three new schools are scheduled to open for the 2018-2019 school year: an elementary school in Brentwood and an elementary school and a middle school in Thompson’s Station.
The district’s graduating class of 2017 posted an ACT composite score of 25.2, the highest in the history of the district.
Williamson County Schools Report Card
The Tennessee Department of Education has redesigned a state report card on schools aiming to make it easier for educators, parents and the public to understand important information about Tennessee’s public schools. The annual state report card provides a profile of academic achievement, demographics, discipline, and attendance and graduation rates for the state, each school district and every school. The 2015 report card is based on performance and statistics from the 2014-15 school year.