Franklin County High School (Kentucky)

Franklin County High School (Kentucky)

Franklin County High School is the largest of three public high schools in Frankfort, Kentucky and is one of two high schools operated by Franklin County Public Schools. The campus also houses the Franklin County Career & Technical Center, which offers vocational training. The principal of the school is Stirling "Buddy" Sampson.

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