The Franklin Band from Franklin High School will once again host its annual Car Wash Extravaganza Saturday, May 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the school on Hillsboro Road.
A veteran educator and administrator has been named the new principal at Chapman's Retreat Elementary School.
As part of its growing Entrepreneurship Leadership program, Battle Ground Academy is hosting an Entrepreneurship & Venture Capital symposium Wednesday from 6 to 7 p.m.
As Brentwood Academy prepares for Saturday’s 2021 Vex Robotics Tennessee State Championship, Chris Allen is looking beyond the competition itself and considering what the event means for the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM.
The Tennessee House on Monday voted to confirm the appointment of Williamson County education and anti-Muslim activist Laurie Cardoza-Moore to a seat on the State Textbook and Instructional Materials Quality Commission.
Three Spring Hill High School students, four Summit High School students and three Spring Station Middle School students are set to compete in a national history competition later this year after placing first in a statewide History Day competition.
Nolensville High School Assistant Principal Clarissa Haymon has been named the new principal of Sunset Middle School.
One day after Williamson County Schools announced that Bill Harlin would be leaving Nolensville High School to take over at Brentwood Middle School, his replacement has been hired.
Nolensville High School Principal Bill Harlin is returning as the new administrator at Brentwood Middle School, where he served as principal from 2009 to 2015.
Leadership Franklin, a nonprofit organization that was founded 25 years ago and is focused on developing leadership and community engagement and furthering a vision for Franklin and Williamson County, has awarded its annual college scholarship to a senior from Brentwood High School.
Paula Waits, former Thompson’s Station Middle School principal, has been named the new principal of Spring Station Middle School in Spring Hill.
The completion of its $14.5 million Center for Arts and Entrepreneurship gives Battle Ground Academy a new dimension of sorts in what it can provide its current student body and what it can offer to prospective students and their families.
Williamson County Schools will be hosting a series of Listen and Learn sessions through its partnership with Fostering Healthy Solutions, a consulting firm hired by the Williamson County Board of Education to help the district provide a safe learning environment for all students by creating …
A Centennial High School student is the only musician in Tennessee to be named to the 2021 All-State Jazz Band for piano.
Williamson County Schools has announced safety protocol changes that are being made at elementary and secondary schools with most elementary schools implementing these beginning Monday.
A student at Woodland Middle School is accomplishing a major writing goal she set for herself before even reaching high school.
A Summit High School student is using her artistic talents to bring home the school’s first American Vision Medal from the 2021 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
The Franklin High School Winter Guard took first place at the SCGC (Southeastern Color Guard Circuit) Tennessee Championships Saturday with a score of 90.40, the group’s highest score ever.
A group of Centennial High seniors achieved a goal they've held since their freshman year: making it to the Academic WorldQuest National Competition.
Despite a year of significant changes to the way competition looked for Brentwood Academy’s seasoned speech and debate team, the students have enjoyed unprecedented success.
Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School District will end the school day early on Thursday as severe weather is expected to impact Middle Tennessee.