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Rigorous Curriculum

All students are provided with rigorous curriculum which is based on the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Qualified students have the opportunity to take an accelerated program of study. Students are placed in accelerated courses using multiple measures including teacher recommendation, achievement report grades, and district/state test data.

STEM Programs

Franklin in building a brand new iMac Technology lab.

We offer middle school courses in Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced Technology; Math, Engineering, Science, App Creators; Project Lead the Way, 3D Printing, and Robotics.

Community Service

Franklin believes in the importance of educating the whole child. We provide students with lessons on topics such as character education, social-emotional learning, and diversity and inclusion. and instruct students on the importance of serving the community and assisting those who may be less fortunate or who may be going through difficult circumstances. Franklin students are provided opportunities to participate in monthly community service projects throughout the school year. In addition, some students take action on their own to raise money for causes that are dear to their hearts. Several middle school students serve as student aides, peer tutors, student government representatives, or as student mentors.

High School Readiness

In order to develop skills which will be necessary for high school and beyond, Franklin sets high expectations beginning in the primary grades. We emphasize scholarly habits and the importance of daily school attendance. Students are encouraged to read at home in order to build their vocabulary and comprehension skills. In order to be considered "Middle School Ready", students in Grade 5 are expected to reach the Met or Exceeded level in math facts fluency and should be reading at or above grade level before they transition to middle school. In order to be considered "High School Ready", middle school students are expected to maintain at least a 2.5 GPA, earn a C or better in ELA and Mathematics, should have a 96% or higher attendance rate, and should have no suspensions. Interventions are available to help all students achieve these goals.