The Official Page for Franklin High School in Seattle, Washington!
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Franklin High School is a large, public urban high school respected for its traditions of student and community involvement and academic preparedness. The student body is a richly diverse balance of ethnicity and culture: 51% Asian descent, 33% African American, 7% Caucasian, 8% Latino, and 1% American Indian respectively.
Franklin students spend their school years learning with and about students of different cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Thus our graduates, in addition to being high caliber academically, receive another enriching educational experience—that of community—learning to live and get along in a complex urban society.
Energy and persistence conquer all things.
[06/01/15] QUAKES. You only have abut 35 minutes left to download all the things you need from your teachers' fusion pages before they are shut down and lost for good. So hurry and do what you need to do now before it's too late!
"Per Dr. Wiley, business as usual for Thursday, April 23, 2015. School will resume."
[02/25/15] Get a good night sleep Juniors, and get a big breakfast.
[12/19/14] You should know what Fridays of Spirit Weeks are by now
[12/17/14] Ugly Sweater Day tomorrow! Doesn't even have to be ugly, just claim you think it's ugly. Doesn't even have to be sweater, just claim you think it's a sweater.
[12/16/14] Late night post, but tomorrow is Traffic Light Day! Go to school in traffic light costume, wear all black, wear green, yellow, and red at the same time, or wear none of the colors on the traffic light!
[12/15/14] Lazy Day tomorrow! Show up in your hoodies, sweats and sweatshirts, etc. Don't be a wise guy though - the key term here is "show up"!
The Northwest School is a diverse community of people who challenge each other to learn in a healthy, creative, and collaborative atmosphere of respect for ourselves, others, and the environment.
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The mission of Lakeside School is to develop in intellectually capable young people the creative minds, healthy bodies, and ethical spirits needed to contribute wisdom, compassion, and leadership to a global society.
Volunteer-delivered, K-12 programs foster work readiness, entrepreneurship & financial literacy skills. JA's experiential learning inspires kids to dream big and reach their potential.
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