A Battle Ground Academy graduate has been awarded a prestigious scholarship from the University of South Carolina.
Nolensville High School's first principal has updated campus families on progress and preparations for one of Williamson County Schools' newest facilities.
A Franklin parent is interested in the District 4 Williamson County School Board seat that will open next month when its current representative resigns.
With a declining number of high school students with part-time jobs and a need for graduates with 21st century skill sets, education stakeholders say now it's more important than ever for Tennessee pupils to prepare early on for the workforce.
A Williamson County School Board member has indicated plans to call for the school superintendent's termination at an upcoming board meeting.
The second in two-part series of special meetings to address the rampant growth of Williamson County Schools will be held from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, June 27.
After its longtime student life dean stepped down, Father Ryan High School has named a new Dean of Student Life and Campus Ministry.
A Williamson County Schools committee will meet Monday to continue work on an instrument to evaluate the schools superintendent.
The Tennessee Governor's School for the Humanities will end in a few weeks for a group of Williamson County students attending the program through June.
A recent report from Williamson County Schools staff summarized efforts over the past school year and plans for the year ahead to amp up foreign language programs in district schools.
Williamson County School Board members on Monday night approved several federal grant applications and budgets.
After lengthy debate and a failed motion to defer the vote, the Williamson County School Board on Monday approved changes to the memo of understanding with the Williamson County Education Association.
For 18 years, the faculty and staff at Columbia State Community College have gathered to celebrate the year's accomplishments and this year was no different.
High school freshmen in Williamson County Schools struggle most with Algebra I, biology and English I, a recent report concludes.
In a little more than a year, Williamson County Schools' two newest buildings will open in Nolensville for the fall 2016 semester.
Columbia State Community College's fall semester begins Aug. 24, and important application deadlines are fast approaching for new and returning students.
Williamson County Schools is piloting a program this summer designed to make the transition a little smoother for students new to America.
The Williamson County Board of Education on Thursday began discussions about extending public school extracurricular activities to students taught at home.
Williamson County Schools needs a "logical action plan" for athletic program improvements, the WCS Athletic Facilities Committee agreed at a Thursday meeting.
The Franklin Special School District Board of Education on Monday night unanimously extended the contract of superintendent David Snowden for three more years.
Could the students of Williamson County Schools outdo Finland's? The district superintendent wants to know.
The Williamson County School Board's Athletic Committee will meet at 5 p.m. on Thursday, June 11, prior to the board's 6 p.m. work session.
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Columbia State Community College urges students planning to attend the fall 2015 semester to check the status of their financial aid paperwork.
On June 3 at Ravenwood High School, students and teachers gathered for a day of training and workshops revolving around Williamson County School's bullying prevention program, called "Be Nice."