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Peak Performance During Finals Workshop
Posted on 09/24/2020
School counselor Mr. Autenrieth will be a leading a workshop on Oct. 5th at 8:30 AM on how to perform at your best even when you are stressed during finals. Click on the link to register now: https://forms.gle/Bs9yfsGy5EfPUUoL9

This is for any Franklin High School student grade 9-12, but you must register before Sunday, October 4th to receive your Zoom link invite through Synergy messages in time. Sign up now before space runs out!
Wildcat TV Broadcast News
Posted on 09/14/2020
College and Career Events
Posted on 09/11/2020

Senior College Application Workshops

Get started on your college applications with help from Ms. Larsen and Counselors!

Register here before space runs out: https://forms.gle/8ZG9bMjjTob9k1Tv9. After registration you will receive a Zoom link invite prior to the start of the workshop.

We plan to offer these college application workshops every Thursday when there is school through the end of November. You got this Class of 2021!


Virtual Colleges Workshops


Click on Our School / Guidance & Counseling for the list of colleges coming to Franklin and Northern California



Kaplan SAT/ACT Online Prep classes

 

As one of Kaplan's partner campuses, our students can receive Kaplan's SAT and ACT Online courses at no cost.  Students can enroll in Kaplan's online, self-study courses for free at: Kaplan Online Prep class.  (Scroll down to "Get a Free Self Paced Course" and then click on a course and a code will generate) This is also where students can go to view upcoming classes and events. 

Or click here to get Kaplan's free SAT/ACT Study Guide  

**For a list of Jobs, Volunteer Opportunities & Summer College/Classes go to "Students" Tab  and click on  "Student Opportunities"


Daily Bulletin & News
Posted on 08/01/2019







Parent Newsletter
Posted on 08/05/2019
Congratulations History Day State Champion Kayla Poe!
CongratulationsSTATE  CHAMPION ----   The final judging for the California Finals of History Day competition (this year it was held virtually) was last week and one of our juniors, Kayla Poe won the championship for her historical exhibit on the first women to run in the Boston Marathon.  Kayla won the County competition back in early March in a live event (the same weekend as schools were closed).  Winning the state competition means she will be completing in the National Finals, normally held in Washington DC, but this year will be held virtually in June.  Franklin High has never had a state champion in History Day, so her achievement is pretty cool.   This is a project she's been working on independently since last summer.   CONGRATULATIONS KAYLA POE! 
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