Franklin a D school

Published: Monday, December 23, 2013 at 11:33 AM.

“The district impact on families is evident. The local economy and lack of employment greatly affect the success of our students,” she said. “Our children need everyone, school personnel, parents, and community, to work together to support our children in their pursuit of a brighter future through education.”

Marks said programs focused on college and career readiness “will prepare our students for the workforce,” citing a partnership with Gulf Coast State College to increase the opportunity for dual enrollment. “Currently there are over 40 students taking dual enrollment courses and many more preparing to exit Franklin County PreK-12 School with industry certification.

“We need your help to increase the number the students that successfully graduate. Please volunteer, share your expertise and talents, or be a mentor,” she said.


A history of Franklin County grades

The following is a list of grades for Franklin County School for the past 14 years. Prior to 2007-08, the grade was based on the performance of students at Apalachicola and Carrabelle high schools.

Grade 2013      D

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