Good things are happening in Williamson County. That’s what Superintendent Dr. Mike Looney told Williamson County residents on September 27.
WCS students continue to amaze through their academic achievements. After the class of 2016 broke records with a total average composite ACT score of 24.7, the class of 2017 took it a step further with a projected average composite score of 25.2. Tennessee Commissioner of Education Candice McQueen confirmed the projection.
Advanced Placement (AP) exam scores also continue to rise, Looney said.
“We have more students passing AP exams than ever before,” he said. “This is a critical piece to our success story, because the more we expose our students to rigorous curriculum, the higher the likelihood of them being successful after high school.”
Below is a video of the entire State of the Schools Address: