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Posted On: Thursday, April 24, 2014 - 13:16

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Posted On: Thursday, January 30, 2014 - 09:16

The immunization requirements for the 2014-2015 school year have been posted.  Some of these have changed from last year, particularly those for high school seniors and incoming 6th graders. Parents of current Juniors or 5th graders need to review these changes.

The updated requirements can be found on the health services page.

Posted On: Monday, August 5, 2013 - 16:35

At Franklin Central, our vision is to have the most sought after graduates by colleges, universities and the world of work!  In order to make our vision a reality, we need the help and participation of all stakeholders in our student’s education.  It is our hope that this website will provide students, parents, teachers and community members with information, strategies and tools to help all of our students be the most sought after by colleges, universities and the world of work.

Franklin Central High School  -  National Recognition

The Washington Post has named Franklin Central as one of the top schools in the United States in preparing students for college in its 2012 High School Challenge Report!

By earning a spot on this list your high school, Franklin Central, is placed in the top 9% of all public and private high schools in the United States!

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Posted On: 2014-12-22

This is a letter from Mikayla Townsend who graduated last May. Her message validates that we are indeed making our vision of having the most sought after graduates by colleges, universities and the world of work a reality for our students. Our students are prepared for life's possibilities. Mikayla's message is a great Christmas gift for our students, parents, teachers and staff at Franklin Central! Hi Mr. Koers! My name is Mikayla, and I graduated from FC last May and am now a student at Moody Bible Institute, one of the most rigorous Christian schools in our wonderful nation. I just wanted to express how much I am thankful for attending Franklin Central! After my first semester of college I see that even though it was as a pain that FC's grading scale was so hard, our classes were harder than other schools, and our rules were strict, it is all for a reason AND REALLY DID PREPARE ME FOR COLLEGE! My classes at Franklin Central truly prepared me for college and I just wanted to express this to you. There is so much negativity in the world, and sometimes people don't get the positive feedback. So encouragement for you and your staff! Keep pressing on to strive for excellence! Franklin Central prepared me for college and the world of work in ways I can't even explain! Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, and God Bless You Mr. Koers! -Mikayla Townsend (FC grad, now freshman at MBI)

Franklin Township Community School Corporation

Posted On: 2014-12-16

Showcase of how students, staff, and administrators in Franklin Township participated in The Hour of Code! @INeLearn

Hour of Code-Franklin Township

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Posted On: 2014-12-15

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz visited Franklin Central on Friday to witness first-hand the amazing accomplishments of our students and staff.

Franklin Township Community School Corporation

Posted On: 2014-12-13

State Superintendent Ritz was in Franklin Township Friday visiting Franklin Central High School and FTMS East. A video message was made in our FCHS studio for students.

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Posted On: 2014-12-12

Below is a link to sites for students and adults to learn about coding or basic computer programming. This week is the "Hour of Code", internationally promoting coding.


December is Internationally known as the month to promote Coding in the classroom. This year the week of December 8th-12th is the official "Hour of Code", but students and adults can explore coding...

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Posted On: 2014-12-11

The FC Friendly Flashes' Club, formerly known as Best Buddies Club, enjoyed a caroling party Saturday night. Peers and their buddies sang "Jingle Bells, "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer," and other holiday carols. One stop along the route was at the home of teacher Mrs. Schemenaur and another was at Mrs. Brittany (Brewer) Craciniou's home, an FC Alum, who started the Best Buddies Club at FCHS 12 years ago! The Friendly Flashes' Club is sponsored by special education teachers Mrs. Randi Tolbert and Mrs. Cassie Trimble.

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Posted On: 2014-12-08

This past weekend the cast of All Shook Up attended the Indiana Thespians Regional Competition at Purdue University and did a FANTASTIC job! The top three schools advance to the Indiana State Thespian Conference finals to continue competing against other regional qualifiers. Lauren McAdams won best performer for our performance and Paige Brown won BEST ACTRESS IN A SHOW. We tied for third place, but due to the fact we went over our time limit we do not get to advance to the state competition. Our students were humble and understood the decision which is a true testament to the type of character we build here at FCHS. The compliments our students received for their performance from the judges only reiterate the fact that FCHS has a strong and growing performing arts department. I would like to thank everyone who came out to support the show during its run and especially administration: Brad Gardner, Andrew Knaup, Zak Tschiniak, Brian Skillman, and Audrey Torres. FCHS Theatre would not have had the success this weekend without the hard work and support of these people. It’s great to be a Flash!

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Posted On: 2014-11-27

Congratulations to Mr. Koers, recognized earlier this week as the District 7 Principal of the Year by the Indiana Association of School Principals!

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Posted On: 2014-11-26

November 26, 2014 -8:30 AM FTCSC and parts of Franklin Township are experiencing problems with phone service. A main phone trunk line is down. FTCSC has implemented our emergency communication plan. EVERY facility is equipped with multiple handheld radios that allow the schools to make contact with the FTCSC police. Cell phones continue to work and are plentiful in each building. Our facilities cannot currently receive incoming or make outgoing calls however our e-mail system is not affected.