Franklin High School (New Hampshire)

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Franklin High School
Franklin NH High School.JPG
119 Central Street
Franklin, NH
United States
Type Public
Principal Carrie Charette[1]
Grades High school (9-12)
Color(s) Blue and gold
Mascot Golden Tornadoes

Coordinates: 43°26′27″N 71°39′14″W / 43.44083°N 71.65389°W / 43.44083; -71.65389 Franklin High School is located in Franklin, New Hampshire, United States. Students come from Franklin and the neighboring town of Hill.

Franklin is known in the area for its football, softball and baseball teams. Their main sports rival is Winnisquam Regional High School in the neighboring town of Tilton.



Football, softball, and baseball are the school's best sports programs, each playing in championship games in the past 5 years. The football won the state championship against Mascoma in 2012, marking the second state championship win in 4 years and their fourth appearance in six years. The football and the softball teams both won the championship game in 2008. The school's cheer team has won national honors within the past five years.


  1. ^ "Principal's Message". Franklin High School. Retrieved October 19, 2016. 

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