Williamson County offers exceptional educational institutions and schools near Berry Farms and has been repeatedly ranked the number one public school system in the state of Tennessee. The county is made up of two public school systems: the Franklin Special School District (grades K – 8) and the Williamson County School System (grades K – 12). In addition, there are numerous private elementary and secondary schools, such as Battle Ground Academy and Brentwood Academy, as well as Columbia State Community College, a branch of Belmont University, Williamson Christian College and the O’More School of Design.
Within 25 minutes of Berry Farms are the educational opportunities provided by Vanderbilt University, Belmont University, Watkins College of Art and Design and many others.
Berry Farms is in the Williamson County School District and is currently zoned for Oak View Elementary, Thompson’s Station Middle, and Independence High School.