Home of the Rebels
In 1910, Franklin High School opened its doors to the students of Williamson County with two teachers and twenty students. Over 100 years later Franklin has grown to almost 1,800 students and over 100 faculty and staff. We take great pride in the tradition of excellence that began in 1910 and continues today in our Academic, Arts and Athletic programs. Franklin High was recently named a Reward School and U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings lists the school as the #2 comprehensive high school in Tennessee. Everyone looks forward to seeing you in the upcoming school year, sharing our Rebel traditions and creating new traditions to continue over our next 100 years.
School Closed Through
April 24, 2020
Athletics, Arts, and Extracurriculars
Franklin Rebels have a wide variety of choices in Athletics, Arts and Extracurricular activities. During and after school hours students can showcase their talents in fine arts, year round sports, or participate in one our many after school clubs.
Students began attending class in the renovated Annex in January 2018. The second phase was completed this year. The Annex building also includes the new
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center.
Annex Hours: 7:20 AM – 2:50 PM
Students and parents will find School Counseling essential for high school and college planning. Find scholarship information, course offerings, testing, and other valuable information in one place.
Counseling Center Hours:
7:25 AM – 3:30 PM