Best Finish for Marching Flashes at Bands of America Regional

Congratulations to our Franklin Central Marching Flashes! They traveled to Ohio, placed 5th at the Bands of America competition, and were named “Outstanding Music Performance!” This was the highest placing the Marching Flashes have ever received. They competed against bands from Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky. #DoubleVision #MarchingFlashes #FCBands #WeAreFlashes

FTCSC receives $100,000 School Safety Grant

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FTCSC once again applied for and received the maximum amount, $100,000, in a school safety grant from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security. This money will be used to continue to improve our school safety plan at Franklin Central High School and increase the number of radios for our staff.

FC Flashes Receive National Recognition Program Award

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Congratulations to Cedric Robinson, Jonathan Lucero, Sophia Mata, and Valentina Revelo Duran! They were selected as College Board National Recognition Program awardees. The students earned this recognition because of their academic achievements in school and outstanding performance on the PSAT/NMSQT®, PSAT™ 10, and/or AP® Exams. They’ve accomplished these milestones during an immensely demanding period of … Continue reading “FC Flashes Receive National Recognition Program Award”

FC Girls and Boys Cross Country teams win the 2022 Marion County Championship

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The FC Girls XC team has won the Marion County Championship in previous years, and so has the FC Boys XC team, but last Saturday was the first time in school history that they both won the Marion County Championship in the same year! In addition, the FC Boys Freshman XC team also won the … Continue reading “FC Girls and Boys Cross Country teams win the 2022 Marion County Championship”

FTCSC saves millions in bond refunding

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Mr. McWhorter, FTCSC Chief Operating Officer/Treasurer, shares that the FTCSC Business Department refunded (refinanced) $12.4 million in callable bonds for a new lower rate without extending the term of the bonds. The initial prediction was a savings of $1.6 million, but instead, due to favorable bids, the savings will be $3,134,731,24 over the remaining life … Continue reading “FTCSC saves millions in bond refunding”