2021 – 2022 High School Course Offerings & Planning Guides
Current FSI High School Parents and Students – Beginning the week of April 12th, Katherine Becker and JaneAnne Tager will begin meeting with students and registering them for classes. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to them with the contact information below.
Katherine Becker email@example.com or 828-412-8912
JaneAnne Tager firstname.lastname@example.org or 828-318-8140
New FSI High School Parents and Students – Once our lottery takes place on April 12th, and your student has been offered and accepted an enrollment slot for the 2021- 2022 School Year, FSI will request records from your previous school(usually in June). If you would like to meet with one of our counselors prior to obtaining your official records, please email Erinn Otten email@example.com a copy of your student’s 2020-2021 Q3 report card and mid year year transcript. Until we receive those items new students will be unable to register for classes. For more information on high school students transferring into FSI, please read below.
Students transferring into The Franklin School of Innovation from another school, private or public, a home school, or an alternative school may receive credit toward graduation for courses successfully completed in the sending school.
Students transferring from a public school or an accredited private school into Franklin will receive:
- Credit for all courses approved by the sending school
- Weighted credit for all courses designated by the sending school system as Honors or AP
Students transferring from a home school or a non-accredited private school may receive credit toward graduation for courses, based on the following guidelines:
- Nationally standardized test results: If a homeschool student scored at or above the national norms on the language arts, math, science, and social studies sections of a properly administered standardized test, one unit of credit will be assigned for each of the four subject areas. Note that the standardized test cannot be administered or scored by a parent, guardian, or relative of the student.
If standardized test scores are not available, the Executive Director or designee will review documentation to determine acceptance of credit. Documentation may include transcript/report card from an online course, detailed lesson plans, originals of student work, tests/quizzes administered, and evidence of attendance. A placement test administered by The Franklin School of Innovation may also be required for credit acceptance.
Grades will be recorded as “Pass” (P) or “Fail” (F).
Grades and credits will not be included in the calculation of GPA or class rank.