Basketball Information- We will hold two (2) “Open Gym” dates at the end of October. This will be for MS (grades 6-8) and HS (grades 9-12).
Stay tuned for more information!
At Franklin, athletics are an important part of building a culture and providing opportunities for students to develop leadership, persistence, collaboration, and ethics, as well as the opportunity to experience success and failure. Students at multiple levels have the opportunity to discover their potential as athletes and members of a team.
We offer the following sports, dependent on student interest. Note that students must be in 6th grade and above for competitive sports.
- Soccer (MS & HS)
- Flag Football (grades 6 – 8)
- Cross Country (MS & HS)
- Volleyball (MS & HS)
- Basketball (MS & HS)
- Ultimate Frisbee (MS & HS)
Thunderbolt Athletics Guidelines
Character: Franklin students who participate in sports are students, first and foremost. In order to participate, student-athletes must be in good academic standing with regards to grades and the FSI Code of Conduct (in the FSI Student Handbook).
Student-Athlete and Parent Handbook: FSI Athletics Mission and Vision, Objectives, Expectations and Responsibilities of Student-Athletes, Parents and Coaches
Academics: Student-athletes must maintain at least a 70 average in all classes, or obtain written consent from the teacher in any class where they drop below a 70 explaining their attempts to improve their grades and/or behavior before returning to play.
Fees: Each middle school student-athlete must pay a $40 participation fee and high school student-athletes must pay a $50 participation fee. This money will go toward equipment, uniforms, field/court rental, referees, and any other sport-specific needs. Only one fee contribution is required per school year (regardless of how many sports are played). Check made payable to: The Franklin School of Innovation
Required Forms: The following forms must be completed and submitted prior to participation.