High schools are continuing to celebrate their students through video. Media programs are hard at work creating videos that recognize outstanding students, honor academic achievements and spread messages from teachers. All videos can be [...]
Williamson County Schools theater students are in the spotlight again. Dozens of students are nominated for the annual Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) Spotlight Awards. Each year, high school theater students around Middle Tennessee [...]
High schools around Williamson County are celebrating their students through video. TV/Film programs are creating videos to recognize their excellent students and their achievements. Videos will be added as they are made available. [...]
WCS high school students are showing off their electrifying writing abilities. Students at several high schools around the district competed in this year's Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (MTEMC) Washington Youth Tour Creative Writing [...]
Nolensville High School Principal Bill Harlin recently experienced a day in the life of a Nolensville student as you'll see in this video produced by the NHS TV/Film department.
Nolensville High made history of its own during the 10th annual Sarah Bayrd American History Bowl by walking away with the first place trophy for the first time. The Nolensville High team included David [...]
In this video produced by the NHS media program, Nolensville High is celebrating the largest signing class in its history.
Transition II students from Brentwood, Nolensville and Summit high schools are learning about the state legislature while attending Disability Day on the Hill February 4. Disability Day on the Hill is an opportunity for [...]
Nolensville High students are putting their own unique spin on the theater program's production of Into the Woods by creating a set and costumes entirely out of recycled materials. This video was produced [...]
Nolensville High's Tim Coutras is the first Mr. Football award winner in the history of his school. He won the title in the Division I, Class 4A classification. Tim and the other student-athletes were [...]