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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: 2014-10-14

Congratulations to Aaron Snyder for advancing to this Saturday’s Tennis Regional singles competition at Carmel High School! Aaron drew a first round bye and will be playing in the Regional Championship match at 2:00 p.m. The tournament will be held at the Todd Whitsken Tennis Center on the Carmel High School campus located at 136th Street and Keystone Avenue (Next to the Carmel football stadium) Congratulations Aaron! Best of Luck!

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Posted On: 2014-10-10

FTMS West celebrated Breast Cancer Awareness this week with students wearing pink for the occasion.

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Posted On: 2014-10-09

Congratulations to the Child Nutrition team at Bunker Hill who are featured in the September edition of School Nutrition!

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Posted On: 2014-10-04

Congratulations Franklin Central on an amazing opening night of All Shook Up. Great cast and crew! Great acting, great singing, great time. Shows again on Saturday at 7:30 and Sunday at 2:00 in the FCHS auditorium.

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Posted On: 2014-10-03

The students in our Theater Department have been working very hard preparing for the performances of "All Shook Up" this weekend. If you want an enjoyable entertainment experience at an affordable price this weekend, please plan on attending. You will glad you did!

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Posted On: 2014-09-22

Congratulations to the Junior Class of 2016 who won the float contest with their entry: "There's No Place Like HOMEcoming!" The Junior Class and their Class Sponsor, Mrs. Allison Craney did a fantastic job of creating this winning float. Check out their reaction the moment their victory was announced on the track!

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Posted On: 2014-09-22

Congratulations to the 2014 Homecoming King TJ Haskett & Queen Molly Skaggs! They were crowned at halftime of the football game on Friday! What a great Homecoming Week!!

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Posted On: 2014-09-18

Hear ye, hear ye.... The Franklin Central High School Student Council would like to thank all the Franklin Township schools for participating and showing their school spirit at our annual homecoming parade! The floats, banners, costumes, tailgating, musical instruments, songs, chants, and enthusiasm were fantastic! Parade goer attendance was at an ALL TIME HIGH! We were so impressed. Our judges had a very hard time deciding who should receive this year's Homecoming Spirit trophy but after deliberation have decided: This year's HOMECOMING SPIRIT WINNER who will receive the huge TRAVELING TROPHY and bragging rights for the next year is.... ARLINGTON ELEMENTARY!!!!!!!!!!!! Congratulations to Principal Melissa Morris, students, faculty, staff, and parents! Captain Flash looks forward to presenting representatives from your school with the trophy at the Homecoming Halftime Show on the Flashes' football field this Friday! Have a great week, and we look forward to seeing everyone at the HOMECOMING GAME Friday, September 19th at 7:00 p.m.

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Posted On: 2014-09-11

The Franklin Central Student Council is proud to announce this year's "Happily Ever Ever: Flashes' Fairytales" Homecoming Court: Freshmen class Prince and Princess will be Carson Whitesell and Delaney Stevenson. Representing the Sophomore class will be Prince Noah Hanson and Princess Francesca Ianni. Junior class Prince is Chapman Luster; he will be joined by Junior class Princess Jimmie Bowman. The 2014 Senior Homecoming Queen candidates are Katey Conley, Bailey Cook, Lanie Jackson, Melanie Justice and Mollie Skaggs. Senior Homecoming King candidates are Aaron Austin, Matt Clements, TJ Haskett, CJ Rusk, and Spencer Proffer. Congratulations to all court representatives, and we look forward to seeing everyone at the Wednesday, September 17th Annual Homecoming Parade in downtown Wanamaker! Parade start time: 5:30 p.m.

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Posted On: 2014-09-09

The FCHS Student Council & SADD Club presented So You Think You Can Dance Finalist and FC Alumni Valerie Rockey with three checks to charities in her honor from the money raised on Rockey Red Day!! Valerie will be helping the Kidney Foundation & two other charities of choice! Valerie leaves next week for a six month tour with So You Think You Can Dance, and we wish her the best! FC is proud of Val! (Pictured: FC Students in Mrs. Laker's class congratulate Val Rockey who can be found in the middle of the second row).

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Posted On: 2014-09-03

A Rebalancing Task Force representing the community, parents, teachers and administrators met throughout the 2013-2014 school year to discuss and provide options to our School Board regarding the growing student populations in our opened facilities. The most immediate concern was the limited space at South Creek Elementary for the 2014-2015 school year. The task force met throughout the year to create a plan that could be acted upon as growth continued. School Board members were provided with 2 options from the task force. From those options, the attached hybrid plan was created. For 2014-2015, Step 1 - move some kindergarten classrooms from South Creek to Adams. For 2015-2016, Step 2 - redistrict some subdivisions from South Creek to Adams Elementary, considerations for middle school rebalancing For more information on Step 2, check our website at