Franklin County Public Schools

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There are 7 public schools in Franklin County, Indiana, serving 4,897 students.
Minority enrollment is 1% of the student body (majority Hispanic), which is less than the Indiana state average of 29%.
The student:teacher ratio of 21:1 is more than the state average of 17:1.

Franklin County Public Schools

  • School Location Grades Students
  • BrookvilleBrookville Elementary School
    10160 Oxford Pk
    BrookvilleIN 47012
    (765)647-3503
    Gr. PK-4 | 530 students                      
  • BrookvilleBrookville Middle School
    9092 Wildcat Ln
    BrookvilleIN 47012
    (765)647-6040
    Gr. 5-8 | 425 students                      
  • BrookvilleEast Central High School
    1 Trojan Place
    BrookvilleIN 47012
    (812)576-4811
    Gr. 9-12 | 1352 students                      
  • BrookvilleFranklin County High School
    1 Wildcat Ln
    BrookvilleIN 47012
    (765)647-4101
    Gr. 9-12 | 914 students                      
  • LaurelLaurel School
    13246 Sr 121 322
    LaurelIN 47024
    (765)698-3851
    Gr. PK-8 | 521 students                      
  • Cedar GroveMount Carmel School
    6178 Johnson Fork Rd
    Cedar GroveIN 47016
    (765)647-4191
    Gr. PK-8 | 473 students                      
  • BrookvilleSunman-dearborn Middle School
    8356 Schuman Rd
    BrookvilleIN 47012
    (812)576-3500
    Gr. 7-8 | 682 students                      
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