Thank you for your interest in The Franklin School of Innovation! We encourage our interested families to attend an enrollment information session and or a tour to find out more about our school’s programs and offerings. We serve grades 5 through 12.
Learn about the Franklin School of Innovation
Resources about EL Education, crew and our program structure can be found here.
We have a new school wing and state of the art gym that have been recently completed! Learn about our new facilities.
Apply January 1st – March 31st
- Open enrollment runs January 1st through March 31st. To be included in the 2024-25 enrollment lottery you must apply during this time period.
Virtual Information Sessions
Attending an information session is a perfect platform to ask your questions to faculty, staff and students.
More detailed information about the sessions can be found here.
If you would like to attend, SIGN UP FOR A VIRTUAL INFORMATION SESSION HERE.
Ready to see our campus and classrooms? We are so excited to meet you and for you to learn more about Franklin! We believe that you’ll be able to easily notice how our school is different, from the small details of campus to the overarching design of our curriculum.
Watch recent testimonials here:
See what our families have to say:
“My daughter started at FSI this year (beginning of 5th grade.) We were nervous about her having to switch classes, being considered a “middle schooler” and her exposure to older students. I can tell you she is the happiest and most well rounded she has ever been. The switching of classes has given her more responsibility and a sense of independence, being a “middle schooler” has given her confidence in growing into her teen years while we, her parents, are still a voice she listens to, and she hardly ever sees the “big kids” so that’s a non-issue. She has made great friends, we love her teachers, and the Crew set up makes for excellent character building. We love this school and are so grateful we found it!” (5th Grade) – Michelle Hiltabidel
“The Franklin School of Innovation has been wonderful for my child. The school not only fills their minds with all the necessary academics, they also teach leadership and social skills. My child feels whole-heartedly supported by staff and friends to be herself here. Enrolling at FSI was the best thing we have done for her education.” (5th Grade) – Maranda Plummer
“I’ve been so impressed with the intentional and collaborative communication at FSI. I’ve not experienced another school environment that makes such an effort to integrate family and inspire autonomy and personal responsibility in students. Our son has grown leaps and bounds in terms of his independence and confidence since transitioning to FSI in 5th grade last year. Highly recommend!” (5th Grade) – Laura Torres
“Our daughter loves Franklin and has been having a wonderful experience thus far since enrolling in 5th grade. She has made wonderful friends and is doing great academically. The culture is supportive and the teachers are accessible. We are very happy with our decision to have her at this school!” (6th Grade) – Catherine Schultz
“Franklin has completely changed how Jason views school. He is now excited to go to school and work hard!”
(6th Grade) – Sarah Duncan
“The school size is perfect for my son. Class sizes are small, and he’s developed really close relationships with classmates since he started in 5th grade. Crew really fisters these close and meaningful connections with his classmates. The gym has been a wonderful addition and it’s been great to see our school spirit grow in athletics. He feels like he’s part of a growing tradition.”
(7th Grade) – Jessica Bragdon
“Our son has been to several schools and said Franklin is the best. Our son’s teachers are warm and authentic people who seem to really care about the whole child and their development. The bus transportation has worked out great for our family this year, and we love the variety of opportunities available to our kids through the school.” (8th Grade) – Tara Shields
“The Franklin School of Innovation provides my son with a safe, nurturing space to explore and grow academically. I think the school is a perfect size and I like the diversity it offers. I also very much appreciate the personal attention I feel he receives from his teachers. I am thankful for its presence in the community!” (8th Grade) – Laura Brancella
“FSI has been the best school experience of my son’s life. He is thriving and discovering what he is capable of after years of struggling in a mainstream environment. He feels accepted and challenged, which has boosted his self-esteem, his belief in himself, and helped him discover what he is capable of.” (8th Grade) – Spencer Cason
“I love having my child enrolled in this school and she enjoys her teachers and the friends that she has made there. I truly appreciate the teachers and the time that the staff in the school invests in getting to know the students. Many of the teachers I have met have been very enthusiastic and seem to genuinely love their jobs and care deeply about the students. They regularly go above and beyond to create a positive experience for the students. They support and challenge them not just academically, but also emotionally and socially. They treat each student as a person and take time to really see them.” (9th Grade) – Carrie Melear
“My child has flourished at FSI. They are always excited to come to school and we are so pleased with the level of diversity and acceptance at the school.” (10th Grade) – Philip West
“Franklin School of Innovation has been a great place for my son to learn and grow. There is truly a family feel at school and teachers genuinely want to see him succeed. Unique experiences such as a mountain biking, TedX talks and Green River Preserve field trips have helped him build confidence and make some wonderful memories.” (10th Grade) – Jessica Bragdon
“Our daughter has flourished at FSI. Teachers are eager to help students explore their world and find creative means to encourage learning. Our daughter had had many meaningful conversations with teachers and staff.” (11th Grade) – Carrie Knapp