Simpson County Public Schools is an above average, public school district located in Franklin, KY. It has 3,047 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 44% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
430 S College St
Franklin, KY 42135
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Elementary Schools in Simpson County Public Schools
High Schools in Simpson County Public Schools
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- B-200 Students
- A-122 Students
- B+61 Students
- A-60 Students
- B-54 Students
- C+35 Students
- A+33 Students
- B29 Students
- A-18 Students
- C17 Students
Simpson County Public Schools Reviews
Teachers and staff are great. Really is a sense of family! The love to help in any situation. They are very upbeat and positive about learning. The take time to make sure that students are college and career ready. They have huge Wildcat Pride and love to support all athletes. I know that I can go to all teachers at anytime and ask for help as they are always available to me. I really have enjoyed my school time in Franklin Simpson Public Schools. I have a sister that will be graduating from here also and she loves it just the same.
Thanks to Franklin Simpson High school, I felt very prepared for college. This high school gave you the opportunity to take college classes at south-Southcenteral Community and Technical College for free (the high school paid for it), also they provided transportation to and from the college.
I moved to Franklin Simpson my sophomore year and was immediately welcomed. The students treated me as if I had grown up with them, the teachers took me in and helped me through my move but they treated me like I was there from the very beginning. Franklin Simpson makes sure every student is either college or career ready. We practice all year, no matter what grade you are, on the ACT. This helped me a lot because when I moved to Franklin I knew nothing about the ACT. All I knew was that it was a test I had to take to get into college. Franklin welcomes everyone as their own and cares about each student dearly.