Here’s more proof that Williamson County Schools is a top-notch school district.

In a letter sent to the district this week, the Tennessee Department of Education listed Williamson County Schools final accountability determinations for the 2016-17 school year as follows:

  • Achievement Status: Exemplary
  • Subgroup Status: Exemplary
  • Final Determination: Exemplary

TNReady data for grades 3-8 and End-of-Course test results for high schools show that Williamson County Schools scored higher than any other district with multiple elementary, middle and high schools. In addition, 19 Williamson County schools have been designated as Reward Schools for being among the state’s highest performing in terms of academic achievement and progress.

“This is a wonderful accomplishment by our students, teachers and support staff,” said WCS Superintendent Dr. Mike Looney. “They inspire me each and every day, and I could not be more proud.”

Congratulations to the following Reward Schools:

Performance & Progress

  • Clovercroft Elementary
  • Hunters Bend Elementary
  • Nolensville High
  • Ravenwood High
  • Scales Elementary
  • Sunset Middle


  • Allendale Elementary
  • Brentwood High
  • College Grove Elementary
  • Edmondson Elementary
  • Fairview Elementary
  • Grassland Elementary
  • Heritage Elementary
  • Kenrose Elementary
  • Page High
  • Pearre Creek Elementary
  • Renaissance High
  • Trinity Elementary
  • Walnut Grove Elementary