Portland Public Schools
Portland, Oregon

Franklin High School at Marshall Campus

Home of the Quakers

3905 SE 91st Ave | Portland, OR 97266
Phone: (503) 916-5140 | Fax: (503) 916-2694

Kindergarten Assessments, Bus Schedules, Meals

Oregon Kindergarten Assessments: What are they? How are they used? Info in all supported languages.

Bus Schedules: View bus schedules. Questions? PPS Student Transportation (503) 916-6901.

School Meals: Apply now for free or reduced-price school meals.

Back to School Message

First Day of School

Welcome Back!

All student will need to come down to the Gym (cut through the courtyard) to receive their official schedules.

All student (9th through 12th grade) will begin tomorrow, August 27th, at 8:15am. 

Students should all wear their Franklin t-shirts that they received at registration. If they did not receive a shirt, they will need to come to the gym to get one.

Have a good first day!

News & Announcements in Brief

Franklin High School Student Registration Process 2015-16

New Contact information:  Due to the move, contacting Franklin will remain the same.  Our main phone number 503.916.5140 will remain the same. Extensions will be determined at a later date.  Our new address will read Franklin High School @ the Marshall Campus,  3905 SE 91st Ave.,  Portland, OR 97266-

Office Hours:  Franklin High School @ Marshall will resume normal hours, from 8am to 4pm, on August 10th, 2015. 

New Student Registration: All students new to Franklin (not incoming freshman or current students) will need to go through our regular registering process. You may either call or come in to Franklin to make an appointment with one of our Vice Principals. All other information will be given to you once the appointment is made.

 Phone service are now up and running.

School Modernization Survey

I hope you are enjoying the warm summer days!

As you may have noticed construction activity has started at our school. These projects are funded by the construction bond approved by voters in 2012. These projects were designed by architects with public input from a series of community meetings.  
Public involvement is a priority for projects at our public schools. 

We are seeking input from our community about the public input opportunities in the school design process.
Please tell us what you think in a quick online survey. You can access the survey here: https://ppsk12.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_5vYDCnfOX86vo3j
This survey should take no more than 5-7  minutes to complete. At the end there is space for open-ended comments. The survey will be open for two weeks.
Thank you for your input.

Juanita Valder



Click here for more information on NEW STUDENT ENROLLMENT


Football: Adult $6, Student w/ID $2, Elementary (accompanied by adult) $1, season pass $42
Volleyball: Adult $3, Student w/ID $1, Elementary (accompanied by adult) free, season pass $25
Basketball: Adult $6, Student w/ID $2, Elementary (accompanied by adult) $1, season pass $80
Wrestling: Adult $3, Student w/ID $1, Elementary (accompanied by adult) free, season pass $25

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Important Updates

Opportunities for Students

Drivers Ed Program

If you are a student between the age of 15-17, you can now enroll for the Drivers Ed program provided by PCC.

For more information, click the picture below!

Did You Know?

FHS named an Oregon Green School! 
Certification recognizes the school’s efforts in waste reduction and resource conservation.

Congratulations and special thanks to the GREENTEAM: Ms. Sansom, Ella Beaver, Elizabeth Beaver, Molly Booth-Balk, Nate Ezelle, Owen Fox, Quinna Hadley, Morgan Kender, Carlena Morse, Molly Test, and Emma Woodburn.

Spotlight on Quakers

The Innovation Academy students designed a mobile app proposal (Multiplication X) “to teach the skills and tricks of learning multiplication and multiplication tables in the most engaging way”  for the Verizon App Challenge. One middle school and one high school won in each state. 

FHS won the High School prize in Oregon! 

 We are pleased to announce that Shay James, former Franklin High School principal for 6 years, is returning to Franklin as the new Senior Director of College and Career Readiness. She will oversee the Office of College and Career Readiness at Franklin and will assume her role starting November 3rd.

Support Franklin

Fred Meyer Community Rewards

Linking your Fred Meyer Rewards card to Franklin HS enables us to earn donations! Your rewards points remain the same. Don't have a Rewards card? Get yours at the customer service desk.


In Case of Poor Weather or Emergency

Automated phone call: In case of emergency or weather-related closures and delays, PPS calls the primary phone number on file. Calls are made in English and supported languages. Click here for more information.

Report phone number changes to the school secretary.

PPS also uses both Twitter and Facebook to communicate (in English) weather-related news and emergency updates. Click here (and friend us) for Facebook. Click here for Twitter. For all district news, including emergencies, follow @ppsconnect on Twitter. For incidents with a district-wide impact, check the "alert pod" on www.pps.net, which shows up on every school's website.

Franklin High School Calendar

 See Google Calendar in Monthly or Weekly Format here

FHS Foundation

Your contributions make differences you can see. Learn more!

Franklin App Project

Read about the innovative program introduced to Franklin students by parent Thompson Morrison in The Oregonian!

And, learn more about Franklin's Tech for Tomorrow.

PPS News

PPS launches "Mobile First" with text messaging

September 01, 2015
This is an image of a poster encouraging PPS families and staff to opt in to receive text messages from PPS and schools. Portland Public Schools on Sept. 1 launched a multi-year “Mobile First” initiative to shift family, student and staff communications to mobile devices in an effort to better serve families. 


Join campaign to reconnect students

August 20, 2015
The Fifth Annual Reconnection Door-Knocking Campaign is Saturday, Sept. 12, from 8:30 am to 1 pm to help get students who have left school reconnected.

PPS Board to explore renovating Roosevelt shop building into career-learning space

August 06, 2015

The Portland School Board on Aug. 4 directed PPS staff to examine whether an old, free-standing, automotive shop on the Roosevelt High School campus could be remodeled into career-learning space at some point in the future. 


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