Conservative activist organization Turning Point USA brought its Made in America Tour to Franklin last week, where dozens of Williamson County students gave self-proclaimed “conservative creator and social sensation” Benny Johnson the rockstar treatment as he spoke about how to fight the “cu…
Williamson County Schools and Williamson Medical Center celebrated the newest addition to the district's Heart Healthy Bus, which will give student's first-hand healthcare learning experiences.
94 Williamson County Schools high school students have been named as 2022 National Merit Commended Students.According to a WCS news release, around 34,000 students receive the annual honor based on their high PSAT/NMSQT exam scores."The Commended Students are chosen based on a nationally-app…
The Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival, in partnership with Williamson County Schools’ Entrepreneurship & Innovation Center (EIC), hosted the two finalists in its Battle of the Bands this past Saturday with the winner receiving a prized slot on the main stage of the festival.
Williamson County Schools has been named an Exemplary District with 29 of their schools named as Reward Schools by the Tennessee Department of Education.
Seventy-nine Williamson County Schools students have been named National Merit Semifinalists.This is the highest number ever for WCS, who saw 72 finalists in 2021, 52 in 2020 and 53 in both 2019 and 2018."I just want to congratulate all the students and commend them on their hard work," WCS …
As the weekend draws nearer for the Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival, organizers have partnered with Williamson County Schools and its Entrepreneurship & Innovation Center (EIC) program to host a Battle of the Bands for high school acts during its upcoming pep rally.
More than 100 colleges and universities are scheduled to be at the Williamson County Schools College Fair later this month, according to a report from InFocus.
Students in Williamson County Schools will have access to a new tool in the fight against bullying, one that ensures the identity of a person making a report won’t be revealed.
Saying “we’ve got some work to do,” Williamson County Schools Superintendent Jason Golden shared some sobering results with Board of Education members Thursday night from a survey of district teachers that was taken as the 2021-22 school year came to a close in May.
Williamson County educator Willie Dickerson was recognized on Thursday by dozens of her professional peers, community members, family members and former students for her 50 years of service to Williamson County Schools.
After the recent election for six of the 12 seats on the Williamson County Board of Education, two newcomers will be sworn in at the Sept. 19 regular monthly meeting.
It’s the first day of school, and Williamson County Schools Superintendent Jason Golden could be seen where he typically is on this traditional kickoff to a new year — in front of one of the 50 schools within the WCS district.
Four of the five incumbents in the school board race for Williamson County Schools held on to their seats after Thursday night’s general election, with the lone exception coming in District 12 where independent candidate Nancy Garrett lost to Republican Drason Beasley.
Williamson County students returning to school on Friday and law enforcement officials throughout the county are reminding drivers to exercise patience and caution during their morning and afternoon commutes.
As the new school year is about to begin, law enforcement agencies and school officials, including those in Williamson County, are reevaluating security measures and preparedness following the Uvalde, Texas school shooting.
For those Williamson County Schools teachers who have retired and are now finding themselves with too many idle hours, the district may have a solution.
As election day nears, the Home Page has continued to try and connect with several political candidates.
Vanderbilt University officials have announced plans for three future residential buildings to sit on the main campus and targeted to upper-division students.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic erupted in March 2020, Franklin Special School District Director of Schools David Snowden figures he had participated in maybe one Zoom meeting.
As likely expected by most in the room, members of the Williamson County Board of Education voted unanimously in a special-called meeting Thursday night to uphold a committee’s recommendation to deny an appeal of an application for a new charter school that would operate in the county.
The Williamson County Board of Education will gather Thursday at 6 p.m. for a special-called meeting regarding the appeal of an application for a new charter school that would operate in the county.
After two years of free meals for all public school students, the USDA has announced that it will require families to complete applications for students to qualify for the free and reduced-price breakfast and lunch meals for the 2022-23 school year.
On Wednesday, the Davidson County Chancery Court lifted an injunction on Gov. Bill Lee’s Education Savings Account program, which will allow certain students in Nashville and Memphis to use public education funds to attend private schools.
Gov. Bill Lee continues to face statewide, bipartisan criticism for not defending Tennessee’s teachers after an education partner made disparaging comments about public education.
One month after giving the nod to the Williamson County Schools’ request for a 2022-23 budget of just over $467 million and a 12.7 percent increase from last year, members of the Williamson County Board of Commission voted Monday night to approve the district’s proposed capital needs budget …
As a fourth generation resident of Williamson County, Josh Brown has come to appreciate a “small-town” feel that he senses still exists in a region that continues to experience exponential growth.
Not long after he became keenly interested in Robotics a couple of years ago, Ravenwood High School senior Rijul Tandon came to realize he wanted to spread the word.
A Williamson County parents' rights group has sued the county's school system leadership and Tennessee's education leader over an oft-discussed Williamson County Schools curriculum adopted in 2020.
Two local educators have become so sought for their teaching and tutoring services in Spring Hill that they are now incorporating and blossoming as a nontraditional school.
Sully Mrkva and William Hong of Brentwood High School were finalists in Public Forum Debate at the 2022 National Speech and Debate Association Tournament held in Louisville, Kentucky, in June.
At Tuesday night’s Planning Commission meeting, city officials voted unanimously to approve a proposed site plan for Split Log Middle School. However, not before a thorough discussion of the potential risks of construction blasting at the site.
In what was generally a no-frills opportunity for Williamson County Board of Education candidates to respond to a set of questions via Zoom, the League of Women Voters of Williamson County held the area’s first forum since before the May primaries Tuesday evening.
Ten of the 15 candidates vying for seats on the Williamson County Board of Education are scheduled to participate in a forum hosted by the League of Women Voters of Williamson County Tuesday evening at 6.
Gus Elliott and Patrick Melton, graduates of Brentwood Academy, were inducted into the Naval Academy Class of 2026 on Thursday, and will begin six challenging weeks of basic midshipman training as part of Plebe Summer.
Williamson County Schools has announced the list of 2022-23 Late Start Days for middle and high school students, and Early Release Days for elementary school students.
As the Aug. 4 Williamson County election draws closer, the Williamson Home Page is profiling candidates in the Williamson County Board of Education race.
The Williamson County School Board approved Superintendent Jason Golden's contract by a year, a recent tradition within the county's renewal process.
Following Bethany Stineman's gold medal win in the mini-javelin, two more Williamson County natives earned podium spots at last week's 2022 Special Olympics USA Games in Orlando, Fla.
Other than the fact that two of her three boys are in the Williamson County Schools district, Tiffany Eccles can point to a handful of reasons she’d like to represent District 2 on the county’s Board of Education.