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Franklin District and Curriculum
Students in preschool through the twelfth grade in Franklin attend school in the Franklin City Schools system. The district includes one early childhood learning center, five elementary schools, one junior high school and one high school. Each of the district’s buildings provides a safe, nurturing environment in which to learn. Students take part in curricular activities that challenge them to reach their personal academic goals, while also providing them with an opportunity to explore their personal interests and develop their individual talents.
We currently cover the following Franklin-area school district: Franklin City Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Franklin District Curriculum
The middle school social studies curriculum gives Franklin students insight into early civilizations. Students explore ancient Greece and Rome, drawing distinctions between the two while also identifying their similarities in terms of economy, government and social practices. Learners examine maps to gain a better understanding of geographic features that influenced the development of early civilizations. Students learn about the importance of natural resources, particularly the proximity of large bodies of water, to facilitate trade with other civilizations.
The high school biology curriculum in Franklin begins with a comprehensive study of heredity. Students study cellular genetics, the structure and function of DNA cells and the mechanisms of inheritance. Cell organelles are examined, with students identifying the various cell structures and their purpose. Learners identify the difference between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells as well. Processes such as photosynthesis, chemosynthesis and cell respiration are also examined.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Franklin Educational News
- District Focuses on Career-Tech - Franklin City Schools maintains a strong emphasis on career and technical education. The district’s Warren County Career Center provides students with many opportunities to explore career-related programs.
- Students Win Art Awards - A number of Franklin High School art students recently won awards at the Miamisburg Art Guild. Several first, second and third place awards were received, including a Best in Show Award for one of Franklin’s students.
- Students Bring Back the Past - Franklin Junior High School art club members have been painting a mini-mural that depicts one of the area’s historical industries. The mural, created in the New Deal Era style, shows the importance of lumber to the Franklin area.
Franklin Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: Benefits of Vocational Education
For students who wish to enter the workforce quickly with a set of career-based skills, enrolling in a vocational program may be the way to go. One of the primary benefits of vocational education is that they typically last two years or less. This means that students can enter the workforce sooner and begin to make a livable wage. Another benefit of these programs is that they involve hands-on learning of real-life skills. Rather than sitting through a lecture in a classroom, students are engaged in acquiring a trade that will make them immediately employable upon graduation. Many trades-based and vocational schools also offer internship and apprenticeship experiences, so students acquire on-the-job training while they complete their studies. In years past, vocational programs have gotten a bad rap as being less valuable for students than a traditional four-year degree program at a college or university. But with many job opportunities available, and ones that pay well, vocational education is an excellent choice for many students.