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2015 Prom Information

Prom information, links to the Prom Contract (required for all attendees) and Prom Guest Pass (required, in addition to the Contract, for all non-FHS students) can be accessed with the link below.

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FHS Drama Presents "Beauty and the Beast"

Franklin High School Drama proudly presents....

Disney's "Beauty and the Beast"

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Thursday, April 23 at 6:00 PM
Friday, April 24 at 7:00 PM
Saturday, April 25 at 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM
 
All performances will take place at the Saber Center for the Performing Arts at Franklin High School (8255 West Forest Hill Avenue Franklin, WI 53132). Reserved seating tickets are available starting April 15th  ($8.00 for adults, $6.00 for children and seniors) in the FHS main office from 7:00 AM- 3:30 PM or at the door the nights of performances
 
 
Click here for the FHS Musical Theatre website

FHS Cap & Gown pick up

A reminder that Josten's will be delivering graduation caps & gowns on Friday during all lunches.  You should have received a postcard with information on your balance due.  Please plan to pick up your items on Friday?  Didn't order in advance - next week we will have cap, gowns & tassels available in the office - see Sue Bollis next week for information.

FHS Student Earns Eagle Scout Award

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Congratulations to FHS Student TJ Wesolowski for earning his Eagle Scout Award. As his Eagle Scout project, TJ developed an expansive walking trail including patio & benches on the property of Faith Community Church (located on 76th & Faith in Franklin). 

On February 15th, a special ceremony  was held to recongnize TJ for his accomplishment, which he wrote himself.

Congratulations! 

FHS 2014-15 Semester 1 Honor Roll

Congratulations to all the FHS students who made the Semester 1 Honor Roll.  Use the link below to see the Honor Roll:

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FHS Entrepreneurship Businesses

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This semester 28 Business Department students are participating in Franklin High School’s Entrepreneurship class. Students are learning about the importance of small businesses to our economy and the benefits they can bring to the community. Students will be applying their knowledge and starting up small businesses within Franklin High School throughout the rest of the school year. Students will write a business plan, conduct market research, and keep financial records of their sales. They aim to sell to members of the FHS student body, teachers and members of the Franklin community. Half of the proceeds from the businesses will be donated to the Milwaukee Hope House. More information will be available at https://twitter.com/EntreFhs or you can contact the instructor, Diane Luttig at 423-4640, extension 2245.

Join FHS March Madness now!

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Are you ready for the madness, Saber Nation? 
Our March Madness event is coming soon, and will include a variety of activities built around a 24-team, schoolwide basketball tournament, including a 3 point shootout, slam dunk contest, half court shot event, entertainment, music, prizes, and more.  The event is highlighted by faculty versus students games.  The "Main Event" will be held on Wednesday, March 25th, starting at6:00pm.  All students, families, and friends are welcome to attend.  Complete information about the festivities can be found on our March Madness website at:  http://tinyurl.com/franklinmarchmadness

FHS Cheerleaders - great job!

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Nationals semi-finalists - 17th in Nationals!

Congratulations to the Varsity Cheerleaders who made Saber History this past weekend. The cheerleaders competed at the National High School Cheerleaders Championship. They made it to the Semi-final round and are 17th in the Nation! This is the furthest the Franklin Cheerleaders have ever advanced in this competition. Great job ladies!

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FHS Art Club works with local business, Doggy Day Care

   Art 3FHS Art Club students worked together with Stan Kaye, owner of Doggy Day Care in Franklin. The students developed several different images to be implemented on the walls of the franchise. By the end of 4 weeks, several murals were completed at Doggy Day Care. This project enabled the students to be exposed to real life experiences which included presenting ideas to the client, editing and revising the drawings, preparation, problem solving and collaboration.

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FHS TV Tech Production

Advanced video production students "suit up" for production of their silent films. Students engaged in film history by deconstructing early 20th century silent films and watching the 2012 best picture winner The Artist. They then wrote, produced and starred in their own short silent film stories. Damsels in distress,  mustached bandits and stealthy killers came to life in the TV Tech studio.

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FHS Fashion Show a Success

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The Franklin High School Fashion Analysis class sponsored the twelfth annual fashion show, called “Once Upon a Disney”.  The theme included classic Disney movies like Pocahontas, The Little Mermaid, 101 Dalmatians and, of course, Cinderella.  Students selected apparel from their wardrobes, styling outfits to coordinate with each scene.  On November 19th the students performed a day show and an evening show to be enjoyed by family and friends.  Some students modeled, others directed and still others worked behind the scenes.  The fashion show took place in the new Commons Area near the main entrance of the high school.  The beautifully lit staircase made the Cinderella scene spectacular!  Mrs. Champion was pleased with how well the students worked together to make this a memorable event.