Southeast Portland's Franklin High School is one of the highest enrolled high schools in PPS and is one of three high schools that will be modernized as part of a voter approved School Building Improvement Bond. Franklin's modernization will completely reconfigure and update learning spaces with a focus on indoor environmental quality, sustainability and historic preservation. Learn more about Franklin High School here.
Public Design Workshops are an important part of the PPS commitment to community ownership of the School Building Improvement Bond work. These workshops provide citizens, students and school families the opportunity to help shape the master plan for Franklin High.
View the Rebuild Franklin Open House (11-20-13) presentation here
Design Advisory Group
The Design Advisory Group (DAG) is a group of school and community stakeholder representatives who will help provide feedback for the FHS modernization plans. While DAG members are appointed, the meetings are open to the public.
For more information, please see the DAG charter. Also: FHS DAG Meeting Record #1, FHS DAG Meeting Record #2, FHS DAG Meeting Record #3, FHS DAG Meeting Record #4, FHS DAG Meeting #5, FHS DAG Meeting #6, FHS DAG Meeting #7 FHS DAG Meeting #8 and FHS DAG Meeting #9
Have a concern or heard a rumor? Get the facts by contacting the Franklin Project Team here.
Got questions? Check out the Franklin Modernization FAQ's
The award winning DOWA-IBI Group/SERA Architects is the project design team for the modernization of Franklin High School. They have extensive experience designing schools and strong focus on creating buildings that inspire our creativity and imagination.
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Or call us at 503-916-2222
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In The News
"Communities help design their future schools” October 28, 2013
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