The Williamson County Board of Education approved a staff recommended rezoning proposal at its November 18, 2013, meeting.

  1. Reduce the geographic area of Spring Station’s zone from its existing northwest boundaries to west of I-65 and north of Buckner Road, rezoning that area from Spring Station Middle School to Heritage Middle School and from Summit High School to Independence High School. Students in this area would continue to be zoned for Bethesda Elementary School.
  2. Although not included in this rezoning request, Superintendent Dr. Mike Looney intends to recommend at the appropriate time next semester that students in this area be given the option to attend Summit High School out of zone for the 2014-2015 school year.

  3. Reduce the geographic area of Lipscomb Elementary’s zone from its existing southwest boundaries to north of Moore’s Lane and Lynnwood Way, rezoning that area from Lipscomb Elementary School to Walnut Grove Elementary School. Students in that area would continue to be zoned for Brentwood Middle and Brentwood High until 2016, when the Northeast Area high school is projected to open. We recommend at this time the Board rezone this area to Grassland Middle School and Franklin High School, effective Fall 2016.
  4. Although not included in this rezoning request, Superintendent Dr. Mike Looney intends to recommend at the appropriate time next semester that students in this area be given the option to attend Grassland Middle School out of zone for the 2014-2015 school year.

Board policy will apply, requiring parents to provide transportation for students attending schools out of zone.

Maps of each approved rezoning 2014-15 can be found here:

  1. Elementary Schools
  2. Middle Schools
  3. High Schools