Franklin County Schools will Operate as an E-Learning Day for ALL Students Friday, March 24.

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FCHS Early College Endorsement

In 2013, Franklin County High School embarked on a journey to become an Early College High School, which enables first-generation, socioeconomically disadvantaged, and minority high school students to take......

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JAG State Competition Results

Congratulations to the following students that competed on Friday, March 17, 2023 at the StateJAG Career Development Conference in Indianapolis.  They competed against the best in thestate.  Pictured left......

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Stayin’ Alive Presents: Stephen Hill

Stayin’ Alive presents Keynote Speaker Stephen Hill on April 24th at FCHS for grades 9-12 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in the auditorium.  The Keynote Speaker Stephen Hill......

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Wildcat Pulse – March 2023

FCHS Pulse March 15, 2023 We exist so children can excel. Magnificent March at FCHS! Welcome to a Magnificent March. Teaching and learning is in full swing here at......

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FCHS Mission Statement:

Franklin County High School, in partnership with students, parents, and the community, will educate and encourage all students to reach their full potential and become successful contributors to society.

FCHS Vision Statement:

Graduates of Franklin County High School will become successful, productive members of society.

FCHS Belief Statement:

  • All students, parents (guardians), school staff, and community
    must share responsibility and be engaged in the learning process
    for academic success.
  • Positive parental attitudes and involvement improve student
    success and increase student interest, motivation, and achievement.
  • Everyone associated with Franklin County High School and its
    programs will be treated with respect at all times.
  • All students should be provided a safe, orderly, and positive
    learning environment.
  • All Franklin County High School students can learn and achieve.
We exist so children can excel.