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A veteran educator and administrator has been named the new principal at Chapman's Retreat Elementary School, Williamson County Schools announced Friday.
Williamson County Schools may establish WCS Online as an entity separate from any brick-and-mortar school starting this fall, and the WCS Board of Education held a lengthy discussion during its work session Thursday about the implications of this move.
The Franklin Special School District Board of Education honored its school staff of the year during its monthly meeting on Monday, presenting teachers with a bonus for their work.
The first community meeting with Williamson County Schools’ hired diversity and inclusion firm featured, fittingly, a variety of opinions from parents.
Battle Ground Academy will open its brand-new Sondra Morris and Robert N. Moore Jr. ‘52 Center for Arts and Entrepreneurship with its upper school theatre department presenting William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest.”
Fair organizers are forging ahead with plans to keep agriculture the star and focus of the Williamson County Fair and to provide great new agricultural experiences.
Williamson County families and community members can now mark their calendars for "listen and learn" sessions with Fostering Healthy Solutions, the Williamson County School District's hired diversity and inclusion firm.
Battle Ground Academy’s entrepreneurship and performing arts students are beginning to move into their new home, as the school is placing the final touches on the Sondra Morris & Robert N. Moore Jr. ’52 Center for Arts and Entrepreneurship.
Columbia State Community College’s summer semester begins May 24, and important deadlines are fast approaching for new and returning students.
Williamson County Schools middle and high school art departments participated in an Olympic-style art competition on Monday at the Williamson County Art Throwdown, hosted by Brentwood 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.
Williamson County Schools reported a significant increase in student quarantine numbers this week due to COVID-19 while teacher and staff numbers remained low.
The Franklin Special School District Board of Education on Monday unanimously approved a plan to purchase property on Eddy Lane to create a campus which will house the central office, maintenance and transportation services.
The Williamson County Schools Board of Education had its first session with Fostering Healthy Solutions on Monday, where board members engaged in several personal reflective exercises and heard about next steps towards pursuing their diversity and inclusion goals for the district.
Brian and Jennifer Telford took over Huntington Learning Center in Brentwood a year ago, and they held an anniversary celebration with a ribbon cutting alongside Williamson, Inc. on Friday.
Despite a year of significant changes to the way competition looked for Brentwood Academy’s seasoned speech and debate team, the young men and women have enjoyed unprecedented success.
Following a nationwide search, Battle Ground Academy (BGA) has selected Josh Montgomery to serve as its new head of upper school, effective for the 2021-2022 school year, announced BGA Head of School Will Kesler.
The Williamson County Schools Board of Education passed its annual budget, including a 4% raise for its employees, and held a lengthy conversation about updated Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for COVID-19 during its meeting Monday night.
WGU Tennessee — a nonprofit, online university — surprised Williamson County resident Macy Willis with a $10,000 scholarship as part of the Tenn-K Scholarship campaign, which will cover up to 75% of her degree program.