Welcome Mr. Keith Isaacs, Principal FCHS
Mr. Isaacs has 26 years of experience in education. He began teaching at Centerville Senior High School in 1989 where he taught Technology and Engineering Education. In 1998, he began teaching Technology and Engineering Education in the South Henry School Corporation. From 2007-08, he served as the assistant principal at Tri Jr/Sr. High School and has served as the principal the last 6 years.
Mr. Isaacs graduated from Tri Jr/Sr. High School where he participated in band, wrestling, football, track, and baseball. He graduated in 1989 from Ball State University with a B.S. in Technology Education. He received his M.A. degree in Educational Leadership in 2006.
Mr. Isaacs brings experience to his new position and will continue with the Early College High School initiative and the implementation of Chromebooks for every student. Mr. Isaacs is a past recipient of the Department of Air Force Outstanding Technology Teacher Award, the I-STAR award, and the Lilly Endowment “Teacher Creativity Grant.”
He is a member of the Indiana Association of School Principals and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Keith is married to April Isaacs and they have a daughter Courtney and a son Travis.
Student Registration Begins Soon!
A reminder that student registration for the 2014-2015 school year begins the week of July 28. To save time, please consider bringing completed registration forms with you to the school.
If you have a student who will be attending the High School, it is HIGHLY recommended that you view the Chromebook Policy prior to attending registration. At the end of the policy there are two pages that require BOTH student and parent signatures. A Chromebook will not be issued without all required signatures.
Click the links below to download the needed forms. Thank you!
- All K-12 Students: Student Demographics/Registration
- Free & Reduced Meal Application FAQ and Directions
- 2014-2015 Free/Reduced Meal Application
- Chromebook Policy – Required for ALL High School students.
1st Day Teacher Orientation
- Teacher orientation will be held at FCHS on August 4, 2014 beginning at 8am. You will find the agenda for the orientation here.
Student Registration for 2014-2015 School Year
Beginning Monday, July 28, 2014, all Franklin County Community School offices will be open and ready for business. The following are the dates and times for registration at all Franklin County Schools:
|Monday, July 28, 2014||7:30 am – 3:00 pm|
|Tuesday, July 29, 2014||7:30 am – 7:00 pm|
|Wednesday, July 30, 2014||7:30 am – 3:00 pm|
|Registration for All Incoming Freshmen:|
|Thursday, July 31, 2014||7:30 am – 3:00 pm|
|Freshmen Orientation @ FCHS|
|Thursday, July 31, 2014||9:00 am – 1:30 pm|
NEW THIS YEAR: All registration materials may be found online. Parents and guardians are encouraged to download and complete these materials in the convenience of their home; then, just bring these completed forms with you on one of the July registration dates. Registration forms can be downloaded by clicking here.
ALSO NEW THIS YEAR: The Franklin County Community School Corporation will accept credit/debit cards for all rentals and fees. A $2.00 surcharge will be added to each transaction.
Non Resident Transfer Students
Franklin County Community Schools are now accepting applications for non-resident transfer students. If you live outside of the district, but would like to attend a Franklin County School, click the image to the left and learn how.
It’s not too late to register your child for Kindergarten. Children who will be 5 years old by August 1, 2014 are eligible to attend Kindergarten in the 2014-2015 school year. To learn more, click on the image to the left.
Join us as we celebrate the many accomplishments of Franklin Community School Corporation’s students and teachers. Each month we will spotlight a new accomplishment in this space. To view past celebrations, click here.
We believe it is the function of the Franklin County Community School Corporation to educate our students for a life that will be satisfying and meaningful to them as persons and will contribute to the improvement of their community, state, and nation. The educational system shall be student-centered, addressing their needs and potential so they may be more adequately prepared vocationally, socially, intellectually, and morally.
Recognizing the diversity of pupil needs and interests, the curriculum and activity programs shall be varied to meet individual desires so that student may acquire the skills necessary to make a living, find satisfactory leisure time activities, develop self-esteem, gain the respect of others, and develop the desire to contribute to our representative society. The programs shall be revised, as necessary, to assist the students to adjust to life in an ever-changing world, teaching them how to think and act in real-life situations, encouraging them to develop worthwhile attitudes and ideals, and allowing them to appreciate the acquisition of useful knowledge, habits, and skills.