The Williamson County Schools Class of 2017 can add a new district record to its list of accomplishments.
As of May 25, this year’s graduating seniors have been offered approximately $170 million in college scholarships. That’s $25 million more than last year’s class and $34 million more than the Class of 2015.
With a total of 2,797 graduating seniors in the Class of 2017, that equals to approximately $60,770 per student.
“This is a remarkable achievement,” said WCS Superintendent Dr. Mike Looney. “It’s true that hard work pays off, and I could not be more proud of our students.”