BE NICE Month Kicks Off September 1st!
Community Meetings to Discuss School Start TimesSeptember 8, 13 & 20
Looney Delivers State of the Schools Address
New App Makes Buying Tickets a Breeze as Football Season Kicks Off in Williamson County
Work Begins at Site of New Schools in Thompson's Station
Power Mondays!A select number of elementary schools will implement Power Monday’s this school year.
WCS Unveils the Tennessee BE NICE License Plate
Spring Station Middle Go!Teachers at SSTMS created a fun and educational activity for students based on the popular Pokemon Go app.
Week in Review - August 14-19, 2016Highlights from the week of August 14-19, 2016.
Williamson County Schools is a K-12 school district with approximately 38,100 students enrolled for the 2016-2017 school year. There are 44 school sites: 10 high schools, 9 middle schools, 24 elementary schools, and one K- 8 school. The district’s newest schools are located in Nolensville: Mill Creek Elementary, Mill Creek Middle and Nolensville High.
According to the Tennessee Department of Education’s 2015 Report Card, WCS earned all A’s in 3-8 Achievement and an A, B and C in Value-Added Growth. In addition, the district’s graduating class of 2015 posted an ACT composite score of 23.8, the highest in the history of the district. In addition, 21 Williamson County schools were named 2014-15 Reward Schools by the Tennessee Department of Education.
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System Closed The Williamson County Education Committee meets if there is business for them to consider.
The Williamson County Education Committee meets if there is business for them to consider.