Category Archives: Franklin County High

FCHS Summer School Opportunities

The spring semester will soon come to an end and the graduation caps will begin to fly and that means summer school is just around the corner.  This year, FCHS will offer Physical Education, English, Algebra I, PLATO, and Supervised Ag Experience.  Click the links below for registration forms.


Physical Education  –  English/Algebra I  –  PLATO  –  Supervised Ag Experience

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National Honor Society

Congratulations to Franklin County High School’s 47 inductees into the Sagamore Chapter of the National Honor Society. A special congratulations also goes to retired Brookville Elementary Principal, Mr. Mike Biltz, on being named the 2017 Honorary Inductee for the Sagamore Chapter of the National Honor Society.


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March Educator of the Month

College and Career Readiness Coordinator, Mrs. Sara Shaver, has been named as March’s “Educator of the Month”. This honor comes on the heels of Ms. Shaver being recognized as an ISTAR Educator earlier this month.  

This is Mrs. Shaver’s second year serving as Franklin County High School’s first College and Career Readiness Counselor.  Mrs. Shaver is a graduate of Franklin County High School.  She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Northern Kentucky University and a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership from Indiana Tech.   Prior to returning to Franklin County Mrs. Shaver worked in higher education both at Brown Mackie College and Cincinnati State.  

Mrs. Shaver was nominated for this recognition by a FCHS student.  According to the student, “Being Franklin County High School’s College and Career Readiness Coordinator means Mrs. Shaver supervises and helps students decide their next steps after high school and prepares them for what the real world has to offer.  Her door is always open to students who have transferred, are midterm graduates, and even to students who have already graduated.”  She provides support and guidance to both students and their parents as they navigate the waters of college admission, scholarships, and financial … Continue reading

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This month’s featured STARS of EXCELLENCE are Ellie Robenstine, Brookville Elementary; Hannah Ison, Brookville Middle School; Alex Hodapp, Franklin County High School; Darin Terry, Laurel School; and Shelby Rosenberger, Mt Carmel School.  >>Click HERE to read more.<<

“Excellence is the gradual result of always striving to do better.”  – Coach Pat Riley


Posted in Brookville Elemetnary, Brookville Middle School, Franklin County High, Laurel School, Mt Carmel School, Stars of Excellence

November Educator of the Month

According to Superintendent, Dr. Debbie Howell, November’s Educator of the Month, embodies everything an educator should be.  Mrs. Katie Schneider, Franklin County High School Ag Education Teacher and FFA Advisor, is passionate about Ag Education and invested in her students, as well as the community. In her fourth year at Franklin County High School, Mrs. Schneider has transformed the Ag Education curriculum and reenergized the FFA program.  

Mrs. Schneider was nominated for this recognition by Grace Moster, Franklin County FFA Chapter Secretary.  According to Miss Moster, “Mrs. Schneider’s passion for agriculture and FFA have blossomed during the short time she has been at the helm of our program.  Our chapter size has doubled and our members have adopted her contagious positive attitude that has amplified their involvement. I could not have asked for a more driven, caring, and dedicated advisor.”

After graduating from Franklin County High School, Mrs. Schneider attended Purdue University earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Agronomy and Agronomic Business & Marketing.  She first put her degree to work as a Precision Ag Specialist at Harvest Land Co-op.  While working full time, Mrs. Schneider went back to school and received her Master’s Degree in Science Education.  She completed … Continue reading

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