At Franklin, we foster curiosity and lifelong learning, and prepare students for a successful future where the only constant is change. We combine applied learning with a rigorous core curriculum and personalize the experience for each student. Our curriculum and academic framework incorporate:

  • Transdisciplinary project-based learning to foster problem-solving skills 
  • An emphasis on the development of critical thinking, critical writing, and public speaking skills
  • Collaboration and peer-to-peer learning 
  • AP courses to challenge students, introduce college-level academics, and enable them to receive college credit
  • Micro-courses to introduce students to industries, ranging from financial technology and business incubation to video game design and journalism, enabling them to explore career interests early 
  • Flexibility, offering students opportunities to take electives online
  • The Franklin Incubator, where students will develop their own ideas for innovative projects focused on solving specific problems, expanding their entrepreneurial and leadership skills along the way
  • Individualized guidance, through our extensive academic care program, providing students with mentoring, social and emotional support, and sustained academic skill development
  • Expert college counseling starting in grade 9, as students prepare for college and beyond
  • Cross-campus collaborations through which students can pursue their own interests and connect with peers around the globe

Course Outline

Course Descriptions

Please note courses are subject to change. If you have any questions, please reach out to Chris Barnes, Director of Curriculum and Assessment,