Nashville United Soccer Girls U17 Team Competes in President’s Cup Nationals Tournament

Nashville United Soccer Girls U17 – Southern Region Champions represented the Nashville area, the state of Tennessee and the Southern region in the President’s Cup Nationals tournament July 11-15in Westfield, Indiana.  The team is represented by girls from Nashville, Antioch, Brentwood and Franklin. The NUSA Girls team is coached by Cameron Eades, and the NUSA club director is Robbie Stewart.

The Nashville United Soccer Academy mission statement is “Creating Players for Life and Developing Champions of Character.” These girls have demonstrated champions of character while representing the Nashville area, the state of Tennessee and now the Southern region in the Nationals tournament.

BGA Announces 2018-19 Alyne Q. Massey Honors Scholarship Recipients

Battle Ground Academy is pleased to announce the recipients of its Alyne Q. Massey Honors Scholarships for rising ninth-graders. These students will attend BGA beginning in fall 2018: Sophia FitzgeraldKendall Grimes, Lane SutherlandSutton Walters 

“This group of scholars is a great addition to the class of 2022,” Will Kesler, BGA Head of School, said.

BGA will be accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school year in the fall. Interested families should contact Director of Enrollment Robin Goertz at 615.567.9014 or  

Back Row: Lane Sutherland ’22, BGA Head of School Will Kesler, Sutton Walters ’22 Front Row: Sophia Fitzgerald ’22, Kendall Grimes ’22 


School Is Back in Session!

Get ready for the 2018-2019 school year! The first official half day is Aug. 10, and the first full day for kindergarten students is Aug. 20.  

Williamson County Schools had approximately 39,000 students enrolled in K-12 for the 2017-2018 school year. The district also serves an additional 600 early childhood and pre-kindergarten students.

There are 44 school sites: 10 high schools, nine middle schools, 24 elementary schools and one K-8 school. Three new schools are open for the 2018-2019 school year: Jordan Elementary in Brentwood and Thompson’s Station Elementary and Thompson’s Station Middle schools.

The district’s graduating class of 2017 posted an ACT composite score of 25.2, the highest in the history of the district.

You can find the Williamson County district school calendar posted at

Open House at Boiling Spring Academy 

Boiling Spring Academy is a one-room schoolhouse located in Primm Historic Park on Moores Lane, restored 1830. The park is the site of two National Register properties: Boiling Spring Academy established as a school in 1830, and a prehistoric Native American Mound Site, 900-1500 A.D.

Primm Historic Park contains some of the most important historical and cultural resources in Tennessee. This park is a microcosm of Tennessee history representing prehistoric Native American culture and education of the 1800s. 

Join the City of Brentwood for the open house on Aug. 19 from 2-4 p.m.