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Beta Club earning service hours.

Beta Club earning service hours by sprucing up the school. 

Band at Christmas parade
Growth party

Growth party

Students with a dump truck

Brick by brick, the courtyard is coming together!

JROTC flag team
running out at the

2018-19 Girls Basketball team

Group picture of students that grew from 8th grade until now.

English 2 and Algebra 1 students who showed growth. 

Growth party

Growth party

Girls basketball
5th place winner
Human A&P students taking notes about body systems.

Human A&P students taking notes about body systems. 

The Swamp

The Swamp

Biology 1 experiment

Biology 1 lab in Mrs. Grice's room. Living or nonliving?

students in Christmas parade
Beta Club earning service hours.

Beta Club earning service hours. 

Franklin County High School football players building up their spirit.

Franklin County High School football players building up their spirit. 

Signing with Colin

Signing a scholarship with Colin's soccer team. 

Signing day for Colin

Signing day for two ladies on their way to Colin!

Beta club working on brick patio

Working to get the school in tip top shape, these students volunteered their time during the summer to place bricks in the courtyard. 

JROTC in Christmas Parade
Colin Soccer team

Signing with Colin for a soccer scholarship! Congratulations! 

Students laying bricks

Team work makes the dream work!

2018-19 Girls Soccer Team

2018-19 Girls Soccer team

Beta Club group photo

Beta Club group photo.

boys basketball
Growth party

Celebrating growth

Beta Club induction

Beta Club induction 

Motto

 Educating Today's Students for Tomorrow's World

Spotlight Message

Our motto for the 2019-2020 academic year at Franklin County High School is “Striving for More.”
 
Here are some of the ways the faculty and staff are embracing our motto.
 
First on our list is MORE courses - 17 new courses will be offered, including two ACT preparation classes to help students receive MORE college scholarships.  Theater and Chorus will expose students to MORE areas of performing arts.  Learning strategies classes in English, Algebra I, and US History will provide MORE support and time for students to master these primary high school subjects.  And multiple Advanced Placement college level courses will allow our students to not only be MORE prepared for college, but to have MORE college credits when they graduate high school.
 
Students can also look forward to MORE recognition for success throughout the school year.  Academic celebrations of achievements by students on ACT scores and state tests will be held. Students will also be recognized for embracing the “Striving for More” motto in areas of athletics and strong character.  MORE social events are also being organized for Homecoming Week and a new tradition of “Senior Week.”
With MORE opportunities offered by the faculty and staff of Franklin County High School, we are expecting MORE from our students’ this academic year.  Students will be working smarter and be MORE focused while pursuing excellence.
 
We look forward to all parents and students joining us in our “Striving for More” efforts!
 
 “It is only through raising expectations and striving for excellence that our children can reach their full potential.” Brad Henry
 

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Above and Beyond students

This google form is to be used to nominate students who demonstrate qualities of going "above and beyond" in academics, effort, kindness, growth/maturity, or perseverance. Nominations will be considered by the Above and Beyond committee and a group of students will be decided on for recognition. All teachers are urged to participate.
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Congratulations to Franklin County School District

Franklin County has reason to celebrate, the 2017-2018 district's score is a hard earned "B". With a final score of 633/B the district scored higher than the surrounding districts in southwest Mississippi. According to Mr. Kent, district superintendent, this rating is a result of setting high standards and holding students accountable, as well as, the love and care that our teachers show their students. “The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you.” —B.B. King

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