District Recognizes Military-Bound Graduates

  • Published May 14, 2024

    Williamson County Schools celebrated the young men and women who pledged to join the United States Armed Forces at the 2024 Military Recognition Ceremony held May 7.

    "We want to celebrate and thank our students who have made the commitment to serve in the various branches of the United States Armed Forces," said WCS Superintendent Jason Golden. "We are so proud of you, and we are honored to have played a role in your preparation for your next steps. We wish these students all the best.”

    This year, 34 students were recognized during the ceremony.

  • Air Force Academy

    • Kalina Vikre, Ravenwood High
    • Jack Meyer, Ravenwood High

    Air Force

    • James Rayfield, Summit High
    • Adam Montgomery, Summit High
    • Ty Alexander Franzoy, Independence High

    Army ROTC

    • Ridge Boehms, Franklin High
    • Elle Case, Franklin High
    • Simeon Petrounov, Franklin High
    • Andrew Phillips, Franklin High
    • John Blomberg, Ravenwood High
    • Emma Rayl, Ravenwood High
    • Jenna Reiter, Ravenwood High


    • Michael Maguire, Fairview High
    • Henry Sterling, Brentwood High
    • Caedmon Holland, Franklin High
    • Jacob McCarthy, Franklin High
    • Owen McCarthy, Franklin High
    • Samuel Tucker Hokrein, Independence High
    • Aaron Perry, Franklin High

    West Point

    • Maximilian Dohring, Centennial High
  • TN Army National Guard

    • Deshaun Shanklin, Centennial High
    • Tyler Casillas, Page High

    Marine Corp

    • Cole Poynor, Franklin High

    AD Marines

    • Sam Kellen, Page High

    US Merchant Marine Acd

    • Gavin Smith, Page High


    • Weston Pape, Fairview High
    • Charles Dover, Summit High
    • Tre Sandager, Independence High
    • Ty Sandager, Independence High
    • Lucas Nieves, Nolensville High
    • Evan Pickering, Independence High

    US Naval Academy

    • Isabella McCutchan, Centennial High

    Navy ROTC

    • Caroline Young, Franklin High

    Navy Reserves

    • Lydia Taylor, Page High