2021 Habitat High Build
Habitat High helps cultivate the next generation of community-minded young people by providing high school students an opportunity to raise funds for and actually construct a Habitat home for a lower-income family. Since 1997, high school students have built 20 homes in Williamson County. This year’s home will be number 21!
Thank you to our 2021 Habitat High Partner Schools, Brentwood High School, Broadneck High School, Centennial High School, Fairview High School, Franklin High School, Ravenwood High School, and to our sponsor State Farm.
We are excited to welcome Kim Dixon to the Habitat homeownership program.
Ms. Dixon was born in Franklin, TN and attended Franklin High School. She and her two sisters were raised by their mother and grandmother. She recalls her childhood home as “full of family and love.”
Ms. Dixon has worked for Franklin Special School District as a bus driver since 1993. She loves dancing, fishing with her grandson, and spending time with her family.
Ms. Dixon is very outgoing and looks forward to being a Habitat for Humanity ambassador. “I will always recommend Habitat for Humanity to everyone I meet who wants to become a homeowner,” she explains. “I am so thankful to my sponsors for their support. With this home, my children and grandchildren will have a piece of me forever.” Read Ms. Dixon’s full bio.
Want to help your favorite school raise funds for Habitat High?
Every year local schools set aside rivalries and band together to fundraise, advocate, and build a home with Habitat Williamson-Maury. Students will organize events and other fundraisers to help sponsor a home build! Click here and choose a school to support.
Want to see Habitat High in action?
Check out this video made by Currey Ingram Academy during Habitat High 2015.