While Summit High School, along with every other school in Williamson County typically sees its graduation ceremonies commence in May, the world-changing coronavirus pandemic saw Summit push its graduation ceremony all the way to July 18.
While the cancellation of proms, dances and other end-of-the-year high school events has caused anguish for students and teachers across the country, nothing was more painful, said Renaissance High School principal Brian Bass Thursday at the class of 2020 graduation ceremony, than the loss o…
The Nolensville High School class of 2020 graduated at the Williamson County Ag Expo Center on Thursday evening, capping the end of an unprecedented year.
Ravenwood High School students, faculty and families gathered on Saturday for a vehicle graduation parade to celebrate the accomplishments and milestones of the class of 2020.
The town of Nolensville held a community-wide parade to celebrate the graduating class of 2020 which featured dozens of cars, trucks and trailers with Nolensville High School seniors taking center stage down Nolensville Road on Sunday evening.
This has been an extraordinary year for the class of 2020 and Williamson Home Page wants to honor the class by highlighting each student in our photo gallery. Here is how parents can register their senior:
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused major delays and disruptions for nearly every aspect of American life, including reducing high school senior milestones like prom and graduation to missed opportunities.