Monday, 1 July 2013
Williamson County Schools Continue to Outperform Others

How Williamson County Schools increase the value of your home

For those of us who have worked in Brentwood, Tenn., real estate for many years, we know that a major draw to this area is the outstanding reputation in education. With school starting in a matter of weeks, it’s not too late to realize how a great school system adds to the value of your home.

As you consider your move to or within the Nashville area, you can be sure that almost every neighborhood in Williamson county feeds into a high-scoring elementary, middle, and high school.

U.S. News recently ranked all high schools in the nation and then broke down the results by state. Out of the 95 counties in Tennnessee, 5 of the top 20 high schools and 11 of the top 20 elementary schools are in Williamson County. Overall, Williamson County students ranked higher than the state and national average on TCAP scores and ACT scores. They are consistently ranked as the highest achieving district in the state based on TCAP scores, subject proficiency, and college readiness.

With an average of 20:1 student/teacher ratios in each classroom, before and/or after programs in all elementary schools, and outstanding teachers, you can see why more than 800 new students move to Williamson County schools every year.

If you are considering moving into the Brentwood, Tenn., area and don’t have school-age children, then consider that Williamson County homes hold their values better because of the number of families who move here and stay here for the great schools. This will help hold and increase your home's equity and resale value!

Contact me at 615-373-2814 (office) or 615-403-8265 today so I can get you into a great home in the best county in Tennessee!

Posted on 07/01/2013 2:11 PM by Jarod
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