Williamson County Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Franklin, TN. It has 38,171 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 69% of students are at least proficient in math and 66% in reading.
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Williamson County Schools Reviews
Williamson County has never failed to encourage students to do their best. They provide all the support one needs to succeed. They offer their own time to help get a student where they want to be. I know at my old high school they are excelling in education. They went from 1- 3 students getting the perfect score on the ACT to more than 5 every year. They are improving their education system as a whole. Williamson County is one of the richest counties but they are putting their money in the right departments to assure their students excel in the future. They are training the future to be the best!
Williamson County Schools provide excellent academic opportunities for all students willing to challenge themselves. Both dual enrollment and a wide variety of AP classes are offered to students in order to help prepare them for college life and beyond. While academics are always prioritized, sports and other extra-curricular options are recommended to help grow and nurture student relationships. Everything from habitat for humanity to ping pong club is sponsored to bring students closer together. One difficult thing about attending a school in Williamson County is the lack of diversity and close mindedness. Nearly the entire population is white and of a homogeneous mindset, which creates a sense of security that the real world doesn't offer; crippling the ability to compromise because there are few disagreements. All in all, Williamson County Schools offered me the vigorous classes I desired, allowing me to feel prepared for life outside high school.
With all that has happened lately with the school shootings, I feel afraid that might happen to my school. But the faculty and staff have taken the time to fix any problems that threaten the safety of the school. They even cancelled school one day for the students and called all the staff to go over and improve safety procedures the entire day! Knowing that my teachers and administrators take my safety that seriously makes me feel like my school is not only superior academically, but also in safety.