Juniors and Seniors -- Arcadia University will be offering "Crime and Punishment" on Monday/Wednesday afternoons from 2-4 at FLC. Cost of the course is $375 for this 3- credit college course. Registration forms are available from Ms. Hatziandreou, room 123. All forms are due by Sept. 14.
In 1992 and again in 2010, the Franklin Learning Center was recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School Of Excellence. FLC is one of very few schools in the Philadelphia School District to be so recognized, including it in the company of Central, Girls' High, and Masterman. Additionally, in 1997, FLC was recognized as a School of Excellence at the state level. In 2014 and 2015 FLC received the Keystone Award for Academic Excellence from the Department of Education.
FLC is divided into several programs of study. These are: Computer Science, The Academy of Public Health, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Instrumental and Vocal Music, Dance, Business Administration, and College Prep.
The Bobcast will be back in September. Until then, enjoy a clip from FLC's first Battle of the Bands.
Hello and welcome to Franklin Learning Center's website. At FLC we hold high expectations for student learning. The curriculum at FLC is designed around mastery learning. The staff at the Franklin Learning Center believes that given the appropriate time, materials and differentiated instruction all students can achieve proficiency in the following areas:
We also hold high expectations for professional practice
Video from FLC's BeachGlow performance. Video Credit to Frank Machos.
The School District of Philadelphia, an equal opportunity employer, will not discriminate in employment or education programs or activities, based on race, color, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, physical handicap, gender, sexual orientation, union membership, or limited English proficiency. This policy of non-discrimination extends to all other legally protected classifications. Publication of this policy in this document is in accordance with state and federal laws, including Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.