Exciting news for Williamson County Families! Our schools will be fairly alleviated from some of the overcrowding in our elementary and middle schools. New zoning will fully go into effect in August 2020 in the areas of Franklin, Spring Hill, Thompsons Station and College Grove. See below how this could change your zoned schools and, if you’re looking to move, see how this could affect you and your family!
In mid-January, Creekside Elementary, located just off Arno Rd, will open its doors to Franklin students to help with the overcrowding in Trinity Elementary and College Grove Elementary schools. With the new zoning, about 55 students from College Grove Elementary and 78 students from Trinity Elementary will relocate to the new school.
Additionally, the new zoning will affect Thompsons Station Elementary by moving at least 28 students to Oakview Elementary.
The newest middle school to open, Central East Middle School (final name TBD), located on Henpeck Lane in Franklin, is projected to open in August 2020. It will adopt about 239 students from Heritage Middle School and 185 from Thompsons Station Middle School. Spring Station Middle School will be able to alleviate its congestion by sending about 172 students to Heritage Middle School and 58 students to Thompsons Station Middle School.
See the full WSC rezoning plan here: https://www.wcs.edu/pdf/transportation/Zoning-Plan-2020.pdf
Click here to find where you are specifically zoned: http://www.infofinderi.com/ifi/?cid=WCS3K1ABZPGY
LINKS (Home location in relation to new zoning is approximate. Refer to Williamson County Schools for exact locations):
Oak View Elementary:
Thompsons Station Elementary:
College Grove Elementary:
Heritage Middle School:
Thompsons Station Middle School:
New Central East Middle School:
Spring Station Middle School: