As recently outlined, there are plenty of changes happening regarding school zones in Williamson County as several new schools are being built and new residential development continues to transform the region.
A brand new elementary school in Thompson’s Station will impact a number of kids living in the area, but that’s not the only new school currently being built. A new middle school is also under construction in town, which will also impact some students who already attend Heritage Middle School and Spring Station Middle School. A breakdown of the zoning changes is below:
Students attending Heritage Middle School
Students attending Heritage Middle School who live west of Lewisburg Pike and attend Oak View Elementary’s proposed zone, which includes the subdivisions of Belle Vista, Douglass Glen, Durham Manor, Green Valley, Summer Hill, and Walnut Winds, will now attend the new Thompson’s Station middle school. Students who also live south of Goose Creek Bypass and east of Columbia Pike, or live in subdivisions north of Bunker Road will also attend the new Thompson’s Station Middle School.
Students attending Spring Station Middle School
Students who attend Spring Station Middle School and live in the area east of Interstate 64 will now attend the new Thompson’s Station Middle School.