Franklin High School (Franklin, Ohio)

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Franklin High School
750 East 4th Street
Franklin, Ohio 45005
United States
Coordinates 39°33′14″N 84°17′11″W / 39.55389°N 84.28639°W / 39.55389; -84.28639Coordinates: 39°33′14″N 84°17′11″W / 39.55389°N 84.28639°W / 39.55389; -84.28639
School type Public, Coeducational
Opened 1969
Superintendent Michael D. Sander
Principal James McFarland
Teaching staff 42.86 (FTE)
Grades 912
Enrollment 755 (2012-2013)
Student to teacher ratio 17.62
Color(s) red and black         
Song All Hail to Franklin High
Athletics conference Southwestern Buckeye League
Nickname Wildcats
Rivals Carlisle High School, Valley View High School (Ohio)
Yearbook Purrs and Scratches

Franklin High School is a public high school in Franklin, Ohio, part of the Franklin City School District. The high school began operation in 1848. The first permanent high school was the Old West High School which was destroyed in the Great Flood of 1913.


The demographic breakdown of the 755 students enrolled in 2012-2013 was:

  • Male - 52.2%
  • Female - 47.8%
  • Native American/Alaskan - 0.3%
  • Asian/Pacific islanders - 0.9%
  • Black - 1.1%
  • Hispanic - 1.3%
  • White - 94.0%
  • Multiracial - 2.4%

40.0% of the students were eligible for free or reduced lunch.[1]


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