What’s The Best Spring Hill TN Elementary School –
This question comes up a lot when people are thinking about relocating to Spring Hill and they have heard that the Williamson county schools are great, but how do they compare to the Maury county schools in Spring Hill, or the schools in Franklin or Brentwood. Hopefully this post will answer all of those questions. The rankings here are based on combined TCAP scores reported by the Tennessee department of education, and are compiled in many databases. I use the schooldigger database but they all show the scores. Here are the scores. CLick on the link to see homes zoned for the school you want.
- Annandale elementary school 148.8
- Chapmans retreat 141.6
- Longview elementary school 133
- Marvin Wright elementary 122
- Spring Hill elementary 112
The top three schools are all in the Williamson county school district and the bottom 2 are in the Maury county school district. As you can see, it does matter to live in the Williamson county portion of Spring Hill. One advantage that the Williamson county portion of Spring Hill has is that they have no apartments feeding into the schools at this time. As long as the home owners keep winning that battle, they will have superior schools in my opinion.
As for comparing the Spring Hill schools to the Franklin Schools, they are behind the Franklin schools run by the Williamson county school board by at least 10%, however they are on par with the Franklin special schools district scores. The Maury county schools are above average, but a good 20 t0 25 percent behind the average scores of elementary schools in northern Williamson county.