Franklin Regional School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Murrysville, PA. It has 3,478 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 69% of students are at least proficient in math and 84% in reading.
Franklin Regional School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Franklin Regional School District
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- A230 Students
- A+193 Students
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- B-89 Students
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- A+57 Students
- B-54 Students
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Franklin Regional School District Reviews
Franklin Regional provided a great platform for all of their students! There was a diverse student population, and administers and faculty adapted to the needs of their students. The counselors were beyond helpful when applying to colleges, and even attended to my needs in college.
The coursework was challenging yet beneficial and the teachers provided excellent help and were committed to the students' success. Socially there were definitely cliques or groups of students and having a friend group was essential. I myself had several friend groups and overall, the majority of students at Franklin Regional were good, friendly people. There were many extracurricular opportunities that all provided many chances to interact with other students and develop social and leadership skills.
The biggest downside of Franklin Regional Senior High School is that there is so little diversity. I love getting to know people of all backgrounds, regardless of race, religion, socioeconomic background, etc. Our community is mostly white upper middle class. If there was more diversity at my school, I truly believe that my experience would be more wholesome. On the other hand, my school is very strong in academics. The Franklin Regional motto is that we "strive for excellence," and this is evident from a combination of challenging course offerings, an extensive honor roll, and high standardized test scores.