You may request a change now
 for Quarter 4 by contacting your
counselor via email by March 9th @ 8am.

  • How to find your counselor:
  • From your computer: Go to the Course request tab, under StudentVue or ParentVue.
  • From your Phone app: Go to Student Info, on bottom right click “additional information”, scroll down to the very bottom to see counselor name
  • If you still cannot find who your Counselor is, call Franklin High School Student Services at 916-714-8158 for assistance.
  • Course change requests are due BY 8 am on TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 2021.

Students should contact their counselor for a schedule change for the following reasons:

  • Student has a missing period (students should have 1st, 2nd, 4/5 block -or- 4th mini and 5th mini, & 6th periods)
  • Student does not have his/her core subjects (social science, math, English, science, PE, etc.)
  • Student is scheduled in the wrong class level (should be in Math I, but is scheduled for Math II)
  • Student is missing the English 9 'Literacy Enrichment minis' or Math I or II Math Support minis (if they had the block of English 9/10 or had the block of Math 1/2 in Q1, then they should have Literacy Enrichment or Math I/II Support in Q2.  If they had Literacy Enrichment or Math I/II Support in Q1, then they should have the block for those classes in Q2.
  • Student is a senior and missing a class needed for graduation. 

ONCE QUARTER 4 BEGINS ON MARCH 22, 2021 - Changes will only be granted for the reasons stated above.

Schedule changes WILL NOT be granted for the following reasons:

  • I want a different period
  • I want a different teacher
  • I do not want the elective class that I was placed into.
  • I want to be a TA (There are no TA’s with distance learning)

A request does not guarantee a schedule change.  Schedule changes are granted based on availability in the class requested.

Textbook Returns
Posted on 03/01/2021
Textbook returns
Tuesday, March 9 - Thursday, March 11
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Textbook returns
Additional Information:

• Vehicles will enter the student parking lot and be directed to the multi-purpose room
• Vehicles will stop in front of the multi-purpose room
• A staff member will collect text books
• After text books are returned the vehicles will exit the student parking lot
College & Career Events
Posted on 01/11/2021

UC Berkeley's Spring Outreach Workshops

Students will attend and participate in workshops focused on the various pathways to achieving higher education and workshops focused on fostering self-confidence and identity!
*Though we do gear/prioritize Latinx students, all are welcome to apply!*
Northern California Workshop dates: Thursday, March 11 through Saturday, March 13.
Click HERE for registration and more information.

Collegeboard Big Future Days

BigFuture Days gives you a chance to get information about multiple colleges from college admissions officers and current students.
Click HERE for dates and registration.

Sacramento State's Asian Pacific Islander Day - March 5

Sacramento State will host the 3rd Asian Pacific Islander Desi American College Day to promote early awareness of college access and career preparation to K-12, two-year, and four-year university Asian Pacific Islander students and their families.
Click HERE for registration and more information.

Free College Prep Workshops for Class of 2022

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc is offering Free College Prep Workshops for the Class of 2022.  There are 4 workshops on Saturdays from 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm.
Click HERE for flyer with more information.
Click HERE for application.
Registration deadline is March 24, 2021.

Experience Berkeley

  • Experience Berkeley Program Participants will receive 1-on-1 and group mentorship, led by a current UC Berkeley student. Individual and group interactions will take place on a monthly basis, virtually via Google Meet and Zoom.

Mentorship Program Requirements are:

    • Attend a high school in California for more than a year
    • Self-identify as Black, Latino, Native American, and/or Pacific Islander
    • Applicants must be in their junior year of high school
    • Must consider UC Berkeley among your  top 3 college choices
    • Identify as 1st generation and/or low-income
    •  An unweighted GPA of 3.5 or higher

    Click HERE for an application and more information.  Application deadline is March 26, 2021.

Virtual Colleges Workshops

Choose the "Our School" tab then Counseling and College & Career Calendar for the list of college presentations.

For a list of Jobs, Volunteer Opportunities & Summer College/Classes go to the "Students" tab and choose Student Opportunities.

Daily Bulletin & News
Posted on 08/01/2019

Parent Newsletter
Posted on 08/05/2019
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