Franklin Central Coed Unified Track

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FCHS named Indiana’s First “Gold Banner School” by Champions Together

Franklin Central was honored to host Indiana High School Athletic Association’s Champion’s Together director, Mr. Lee Lonzo, for a special presentation on April 17th. Accompanying Mr. Lonzo on the field was IHSAA Student Advisory Committee Rep and Franklin Central Varsity Tennis Player, Junior Lydia Laker, who helped coordinate the charity funding efforts for Champions Together.

SPRING SPORTS OFFICIAL PRACTICES

SPRING SPORTS OFFICIAL PRACTICES ARE AS FOLLOWS: FCHS Boys and Girls Track – TODAY (Feb. 12th) FCHS Unified Track & Field & Softball  – Monday (March 5th) FCHS Baseball, Boys Golf & Girls Tennis – Monday (March 12th) **ATHLETES MUST have a Current Up-To-Date Physical on File to Participate/Try-out    — If you need to

New Champions in Flash Country!

FCHS is Proud to Present the Newest Champions in “Flash Country” as a Unified Champion School! CONGRATULATIONS – WE ARE PROUD OF YOU!!!    

** FCHS SPORTS PASSES ARE IN **

GET YOUR FRANKLIN CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS PASSES NOW! Yes! They are in! Get them in the Athletic Office via cash or check during school days from 7:30am – 4:00pm and at home varsity football games! Family Passes (Immediate Family Members Only)      $155 Adult Passes              $65 Senior

!! UNIFIED TRACK ADVANCES TO REGIONALS !!

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR – UNIFIED TRACK TEAM –  Our Unified Track Team Finished Third in the Sectionals and Advanced to the Bedford Regionals! WE ARE SO PROUD OF YOU! CONGRATULATIONS AGAIN UNIFIED!

FCHS ANNOUNCES EXCITING NEWS!!

*** FCHS ANNOUNCES EXCITING NEWS *** A PRESS RELEASE FROM THE HIGH SCHOOLS OF AVON, BROWNSBURG, FISHERS, FRANKLIN CENTRAL, HAMILTON SOUTHEASTERN, NOBLESVILLE, WESTFIELD & ZIONSVILLE **********************FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE*********************** The high schools of Avon, Brownsburg, Fishers, Hamilton SE, Noblesville, Westfield and Zionsville have agreed to add Franklin Central High School to the prestigious Hoosier Crossroads Conference.