Construction on a 45,000 square-foot expansion to Summit High School officially broke ground on Friday, paving the way for the Spring Hill school to expand its enrollment capacity by 450 students.
A 25-year-old tradition continues at Page High School where members of the Class of 2022 recently completed their senior projects.
Williamson County Schools has put a name with a face of sorts, as the district has recently given specific identification to its two online schools.
With low case counts of the coronavirus and more accessibility to vaccines for young students, school board members from the Franklin Special School District voted to end the most recent mask mandate that was set to expire Jan. 11.
The Tennessee Department of Education rejected a complaint filed by the Williamson County chapter of Moms for Liberty last week alleging that elements of critical race theory were being taught at Williamson County Schools.
As students at the Franklin location of Big Blue Marble Academy recently filled shoeboxes with toys, school supplies and hygiene items to donate to underprivileged youth worldwide, they were also learning the importance of contributing to society.
Going against the recommendation from Superintendent Jason Golden and attorneys for Williamson County Schools, members of the county’s Board of Education voted 7-5 Monday night to remove a mask mandate that has been off and on for the past several days.
Galileo Preparatory Academy, a private school for students in grades 6-12, will host a come-and-go style open house Saturday.
Two days after school districts across the state were ordered to end mask requirements for students, staff and visitors through a bill signed into law by Gov. Bill Lee, the two school systems in Williamson County have been ordered by a federal judge to resume the mandate.
Brentwood Academy will host their Christmas in Brentwood celebration on Dec. 5 featuring live music, food trucks, arts and crafts and of course Santa.
Longtime Battle Ground Academy Middle School Spanish teacher Holly Hicks was elected to the Tennessee Foreign Language Teaching Association board at the organization’s recent conference held at the Cool Springs Marriott in Franklin.
Whether by the governor or by the superintendent, it appears the mask mandate for staff and students in the Williamson County Schools district will be lifted by Monday night.
Pre-kindergarten through fourth-grade students at Franklin Elementary School will join communities across the nation in a collaborative art project that, so far, spans 15 states and will include a painted garden of 10,000 flowers.
It's not clear if the student is from another school in the Williamson County Schools district or elsewhere.
School districts across the country are struggling with nationwide food shortages, and Williamson County Schools is no different.
One of the district’s biggest challenges is finding teachers to help with those numbers. Elementary schools are currently short 18 teachers, while middle schools are short eight and high schools down 14.
In a field of 64 competing high school marching bands, The Franklin Band advanced to Finals and placed 12th place with its show “Lucy!” at the Bands of America Indianapolis Super Regional at Lucas Oil Stadium Oct. 22-23.
Twenty high school students from Williamson County are among 321 who have received scholarships through the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee scholarship program, according to a news release from the nonprofit.
Brentwood Academy’s award-winning robotics program will host more than 400 middle and high school students from 14 states at its annual Halloween robotics tournament Friday and Saturday, Oct. 29-30.
Officials with Williamson County Schools have determined there was nothing inappropriate in students’ behavior during a homecoming parade for Independence High School last month.
Saint Matthew School recently announced that it has been recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for its innovative use of 1:1 iPad technology and other Apple tools.