2022 Seniors and Parents remember to complete the 2022-23 FAFSA using your 2020 income tax information. Most Alabama community colleges and universities are requiring confirmaiton of FAFSA completion on scholarship applications.
For more information or assistance plesae contact your career coach:
Jennifer Reed (Phil Campbell High School and Tharptown High School)
Office Phone: 256 332-1360 Ext. 3010
Jessica Hamilton (Belgreen High School, Red Bay High School, and Vina High School)
Office Phone: 256 331-2135
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Programa de tutoría académica
El Sistema Escolar del Condado de Franklin ofrecerá tutoría académica, de forma voluntaria, a los estudiantes a partir del 8 de septiembre de 2021. El propósito de este programa es cerrar la brecha de aprendizaje académico creada por la pandemia Covid-19. Este programa se llevará a cabo todos los miércoles de 5:00 p.m. a 6:00 p.m. Los maestros certificados brindarán instrucción basada en el plan de estudios, tutoría y remediación en áreas de materias básicas y niveles de grado. Si está interesado en utilizar este programa, complete la solicitud a continuación y devuélvela a su escuela local.
Students in grades K-6, now have homework help available Mondays-Fridays from 3PM until 9PM. Email homework questions to firstname.lastname@example.org, and a certified teacher will respond to your email.
Welcome to Franklin County Schools!
Located in beautiful Northwest Alabama, we invite you to visit our communities. Franklin County has an estimated population of 31,000 and continues to be a popular destination for visitors seeking some Southern Hospitality. Home of the Bear Creek Lakes and numerous festivals, our area offers a multitude of recreational activities for visitors to enjoy. Our district consists of nine elementary and high schools and one centrally located Career-Technical Center. We have a progressive and highly qualified teaching staff that is committed to meeting our students' needs academically, socially and emotionally.
Franklin County Schools subscribes to the belief that the primary function of the public schools is to promote the understanding, maintenance, and improvement of the American way of life. To that end, the curriculum in the Franklin County Schools shall promote the development of democratic values and shall be based on a program of instruction in academic, technical subjects, fine arts, vocational/technical skills, citizenship, cultural development, and enhancement of moral and spiritual values.
The responsibility for providing a free, appropriate education for all children and youth in Franklin County is placed on the Franklin County Board of Education by the Alabama Legislature. In fulfilling this responsibility, the Board will:
- Plan for program variety to allow for individual differences in mental abilities, physical stamina, learning styles, and other factors which determine progress in the school program.
- Plan for educational opportunity for each individual who is eligible for enrollment in the school system.
- Employ competent personnel and counseling procedures during placement of individuals, which include conferences among pupils, parents, and teachers.
- Support athletics and all school activities as an integral part of the local school program, but to be supportive to the basic academic program.
- Insist on reasonable standards of behavior and application so that pupils' right to learn is protected and no pupil is permitted to infringe in any way on the right of his or her classmates to learn.
Return to in-person Instruction 2021-2022 (Spanish) Awaiting Translation
Return to in-person Instruction 2021-2022