• East Franklin Junior High School is nestled in a small, rural community on the eastern side of Franklin County, Alabama. We serve PreK-9th grades and approximately 240 students. East Franklin nurtures students while providing interactive learning opportunities for students PreK through Ninth grade. We strive to engage our students with high-quality, rigorous standards as provided by the ALSDE and provide the best opportunities for students to be college and career ready. Our tight-knit, highly qualified faculty and staff work collaboratively to meet the individual needs of all of our students. 

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  • Our Mission

    At East Franklin Junior High School, we are committed to fostering a dynamic and inclusive learning environment where every student is empowered to reach their full potential. Through rigorous academic programs, innovative teaching, and a supportive community, we strive to develop critical thinkers, compassionate leaders, and lifelong learners. Our mission is to inspire a passion for knowledge, cultivate character, and equip our students with the skills necessary to thrive in an ever-changing world.

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  • Our Vision

    Our vision at East Franklin Junior High School is to be a beacon of excellence in education, where students from diverse backgrounds come together to achieve academic success and personal growth. We envision a school community that nurtures creativity, encourages innovation, and instills a lifelong love of learning. By fostering a culture of respect, collaboration, and resilience, we aim to prepare our students to be responsible global citizens who positively impact their communities and the world.


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  • Our Beliefs

    • We believe in aiming high and supporting everyone to do their best. 
    • We believe in creating an environment where our students feel safe, valued, and respected.

    • We believe in inspiring a love of learning that extends beyond the classroom and throughout life.

    • We believe in building strong character by encouraging honesty, integrity, and respect in all that we do.

    • We believe in encouraging creativity and new ideas to solve the challenges of tomorrow.

    • We believe in teaching the importance of being responsible, active members of our community and world.

    • We believe in the power of collaboration among students, teachers, parents, and the broader community to enhance the educational experience.

    • We believe in teaching students the importance of resilience and adapting to change. 

    • We believe in cultivating an environment where respect and empathy guide our interactions and relationships.

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  • Contact us

    Address: 1815 Hwy 89 Phil Campbell, AL 35581

    Phone number: 256-331-2140

    Fax number: 256-331-2147

    Principal: Leann Trapp

    Counselor: Lorie Scott



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