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Groundbreaking for New Franklin High School

Posted on: September 1, 2021 8:00 am
Franklin City Schools will kick off a $130 million building project by breaking ground for their new high school on Sunday, Sept. 12, 2 p.m.  The public is invited to attend the event, which will be in the rear lawn of the (former) Franklin Junior High School, 136 E. Sixth St., Franklin, 45005.
Attendees are asked to park at the Hampton Bennett Administration Building, 150 E. Sixth St., with overflow parking directly across the street from Hampton Bennett at Franklin's Community Park. Attendees are welcome to bring a lawn chair for seating. 

The new high school is phase one of a $130 million project to replace or totally renovate the district’s buildings, with the state of Ohio paying 57% of the project. This investment is being made possible by a bond issue that passed with overwhelming community support in November 2020.

Persons with questions may call the Superintendent's office at (937) 746-1699.