WCS Ranked 1st in the Nation by Schooldigger.com

Williamson County Schools

Williamson County Schools (WCS) has ranked first in the nation among public schools districts with more than 20,000 students. This ranking comes from schooldigger.com, a site which ranks schools and school districts based on their most recently reported test scores. The test scores are calculated by taking the average math and English score across all grades and adding them together for a combined score. District rankings are calculated by averaging the rank percentile of the schools within each district.

With a Rank Score of 0.941, WCS is the highest ranked district in Tennessee and ranks fourth in the nation (compared with other public school districts with more than 10,000 students and first in the nation compared with districts with more than 20,000 students).WCS Graph

SchoolDigger.com only ranks schools that are designated as “Regular” elementary, middle, or high schools by the U.S. Department of Education.  In order to be ranked, the schools must have current published test scores from their state’s Department of Education.

On schooldigger.com, you can find how a specific elementary, middle and high school is ranked on the list. To note: Clovercroft Elementary, Scales Elementary, Summit High and Trinity Elementary were not ranked due to insufficient test scores from the Tennessee Department of Education.

Here are just a few of the Williamson County school rankings. For a complete list, visit schooldigger.com and select Tennessee.

Elementary Schools:
Walnut Grove-ranked 2nd
Kenrose-ranked 3rd
Pearre Creek-ranked 4th
Edmondson-ranked 6th
Crockett-ranked 8th
Sunset-ranked 10th

Middle Schools:
Brentwood Middle-ranked 1st
Page Middle-ranked 2nd
Grassland Middle-ranked 3rd
Hillsboro Elementary/Middle-ranked 4th
Sunset Middle-ranked 5th
Woodland Middle-ranked 10th

High Schools:
Page-ranked 1st
Ravenwood-ranked 2nd
Franklin-ranked 6th
Brentwood-ranked 7th

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Andrea has always loved the written word. She holds a B.A. in Journalism and a Masters in Creative Writing, both from Belmont University. Both sides of her family have lived in Williamson County for generations, so writing for Williamson Source is the perfect fit. She loves to hear stories of what Williamson County was like when her parents and grandparents were young and to write about this ever evolving county is truly special for her.