Franklin Public Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Franklin, MA. It has 5,476 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 67% of students are at least proficient in math and 68% in reading.
Franklin Public Schools Rankings
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Franklin Public Schools Reviews
The Franklin public schools that I have attended, from K-12, have me given the necessary scholastic and social experiences to become an adult and take the next step towards college. I have been challenged academically and nurtured by caring and demanding teachers. I have been exposed to various sports, artistic and cultural programs and have been given the chance to help less fortunate through the Best Buddies program during my Middle and High School years. And I've made some really great friendships that I hope will last a lifetime. The school system has brought out the best in me. I am very excited for the next chapter in my life but will always consider Franklin my hometown.
Franklin Public Schools have a very friendly and safe environment for students to study. Here you can learn various subjects with well-trained and experienced faculty. The faculties are so professional in there field and they know how to teach students so they can retain it forever. If you are in Franklin Public Schools and if you didn't do any sports here, you missed all the fun. Friendly, safe, sportsmanship environment make it confortable for students to enjoy every sport. Food in this school is just great! If you don't believe me, come and visit, you will experience it yourself.
The schools are very inclusive which is great, but they fail the emotional needs of students, particularly those with depression and anxiety. They are very concerned with how they are perceived by the public, and the administrations don't really seem to care about the issues that are truly affecting students.