Local high school shooting teams and their supporters recently participated in the premier Harpeth Crush shooting clays fundraiser at the Harpeth Scholastic Shooting Complex in College Grove. The shoot included 50 rounds of scored trap, a five-stand competition, several shooting games and lunch.
For all practical matters, officials with Williamson County Schools can now get down to business with their plans to launch an entrepreneurial program for students in the district’s 10 high schools.
Columbia State Community College’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development is offering the “Clinical Medical Assistant” program at the Williamson Campus beginning March 4.
The Columbia State Community College philosophy department will host a philosophy invitational featuring Dr. Lucius Outlaw, Vanderbilt University professor of philosophy, and Dr. Peter Kuryla, Belmont University associate professor of history, Nov. 15 at 6 p.m. in the Community Room located …
Renaissance High School students recently crowded into the Academy Park Performing Arts Center to hear Kevin Griffin share his insight into the music business.
The Old Glory Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is sponsoring the American History Essay Contest for students in grades 5-8.
Williamson County Schools Class of 2018 has set a new district record by posting an ACT composite score of 25.4, an increase from last year’s score of 25.2, as the Tennessee Department of Education released the scores Wednesday for the state.
With only one month remaining before the application deadline, tnAchieves, the organization that administers TN Promise, still needs 174 mentors in Williamson County.
The City of Spring Hill and the Crawford family of Spring Hill (Bryan, Rebecca, Lily, Olivia and Faith) dedicated a Little Free Library this week at Port Royal Park.
Grace Christian Academy is inviting the community on the delicious adventures of Willy Wonka's chocolate factory as the Middle School Fine Arts students light up the stage in the captivating adaptation of Roald Dahl's fantastical tale “Willy Wonka Jr.”
Columbia State Community College held its fourth science, technology, engineering and mathematics “Girls Really Love Science” event on Oct. 27, which promoted the success of girls in STEM careers by engaging approximately 200 middle school girls in multiple hands-on activities.
Students from seven schools in the Williamson County Schools district toured three different manufacturers in the county Friday to commemorate National Manufacturing Day, an annual effort to change the public’s perception about today’s manufacturing environment and draw attention to the oppo…
More than one out of every five students report being bullied nationally, and schools in Middle Tennessee are not immune to this statistic.
The quest to launch an entrepreneurial center for high school students in Williamson County Schools went through another round of scrutiny this week as the County Commission’s education committee voted Monday to approve the hiring of an administrator for what will be known as the Entrepreneu…
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Department of Education Commissioner Candice McQueen announced on Wednesday changes in the delivery of the TNReady assessment for the current school year and additional changes that will take effect beginning in the 2019-20 school year.
One year after naming the newest elementary school in Brentwood after a former slave who later became the recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor, the Williamson County Board of Education is still debating whether that’s the right approach to take for future schools.
Freedom Middle School math teacher Cicely Woodard has been selected as a recipient of the NEA Foundation’s 2019 Horace Mann Award for Teaching Excellence, one of just five teachers nationwide to earn the distinction.
The City of Brentwood’s Engineering Department hosted the 11th annual Environmental Education Day at the Deerwood Arboretum on Oct. 3, 2018 from 9. a.m. to 2 p.m.