• October 23, 2021

Tags : franklin high school

Story in Many Pics: Franklin Mauls Coronado 44-0 to Claim

On a chilly Thursday night at UTEP’s Sun Bowl, one of the city’s fiercest rivalries played out once again as the Franklin Cougars took on the Coronado Thunderbirds. While the T-Birds were the host team this year, the Cougars made themselves right at home on the Miner’s Turf, grabbing the WestSide Bowl trophy with a […]Read More

Story in Many Pics: Franklin Tops Chapin 24-13

It was an East vs West EPISD battle as the Franklin Cougars hopped the mountain to take on the Chapin Huskies. While the Huskies held their own, the Cougars clawed they way to a 24-13 victory Friday night. Our very own Johnny Yturales was there and brings you his view of the game in this […]Read More

Franklin High Hosts ‘High School Nation’ Tour, Snags $30k Grant

Move over Lollapalooza and Coachella…Tuesday morning, Franklin High School was the home of one of the only music festivals to pay their hosts. The High School Nation Tour stopped by Franklin to give students a two-hour music fest experience complete with musical stages, interactive booths and food vendors. It was all part of a presentation […]Read More

Magazine Names Franklin Cheer as the Best in El Paso

The FHS Cougar cheerleading team is starting the year on a high note, earning the title of “Best Cheerleading Team” by The City El Paso Magazine. Every year the magazine puts out its “Best Of” issue, showcasing local talent and businesses in the El Paso community. The Cougar squad, which went head-to-head against the city’s […]Read More

Franklin Freshman Secures Grant to Beautify Campus

The Franklin High School community celebrated Family Volunteer Day Saturday beautifying their courtyard area to make it more inviting to students and encourage them to stay on campus at lunchtime. The beautification project is being funded in part by a Disney and generationOn grant written by freshman Eleanor Schoenbrun. “We will be painting and beautifying […]Read More

Franklin High Magnet will Focus on Law, Medicine, Nursing and

Franklin High School is launching a new magnet program that will focus on critical academic concentrations. Known as STEAM, the program will feature rigorous and concentrated instruction in Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics. The program will begin this upcoming school year with freshmen. Franklin is partnering with the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center […]Read More

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