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The Franklin City School District Board of Education is requesting proposals for architectural and related services for design of new construction and renovation projects. The current estimated value of the project is $66,026,594 and will include the following proposed components:

New Construction of High School - $33,262,648
Renovation of Current High School - $25,810,298
(Repurposed for Middle School and Board Office.)
New Construction of a Bus Garage - $4,000,000

This project is in collaboration with the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission (OFCC) as approved by its Controlling Board July 27, 2020. This portion of the Expedited Local Partnership Program (ELPP) is the Discrete Portion which is to be funded but a Bond Issue being decided November 3rd, 2020.

If you are interested in being considered as an architect for this program, you may obtain the complete specifications at, or you may contact Robert Giuffré, Interim Treasurer, at 937 743-8603 (Ext. 1433.) Ten copies of the proposals are due to the Board of Education Offices by 7:30 AM on September 14, 2020, at the following address:

Franklin City Schools Board Offices
Attn: Robert Giuffre’, Interim Treasurer
150 East 6th Street
Franklin, Ohio 45005


New Facilities Planning:

Franklin City Schools has a significant opportunity – 57% funding from the State of Ohio through the OFCC's ELPP (Expedited Local Partnership Program) – to build new schools and invest in the future of our kids and our community. Members of the Franklin community participated in a COMMUNITY ADVISORY TEAM where they spent the last 6 months developing community supportable options to address the needs of FCS and take advantage of the State's funding offer. Through the work of this team, three options were developed for review. Information can be viewed in the video to the right or down the slides here

The Options: 


Please consider providing input to the district on our new master facilities plan. The input of the community is vital to this process. The district does not want to move forward without a community  supportable plan. You can access the survey at the end of the video or Slides. 

Any questions? Please contact the Superintendent's Office at 937-746-1699.

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