• Published October 4, 2022

    Franklin High celebrated one of its oldest traditions on Friday, September 30 - the homecoming parade.

    FHS students created floats and traveled through Downtown Franklin, waving to spectators and showing their school spirit.

    "It's a great opportunity for students, parents and alumni to celebrate the school's 112th year," said FHS Principal Dr. Shane Pantall. "It's great to see the smiles on the students' faces when they are celebrating being a part of this school. The class floats, band, athletic teams, JROTC and more make the parade an amazing experience for our students."