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In 2011, 46.9 percent of Pennsylvania school districts achieved Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) based on student performance.An additional 37.8 percent of school districts made AYP based on a calculated method called safe harbor, 8.2 percent on the growth model and 0.8 percent on a two-year average performance.The school district consists of five buildings: Franklin Regional High School (grades 9–12), Franklin Regional Middle School (grades 6–8), Heritage Elementary School, Newlonsburg Elementary School, and Sloan Elementary School (each grades K–5). The school district is governed by 9 individually elected board members (serve four-year terms), the Pennsylvania State Board of Education, the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the Pennsylvania General Assembly.
On April 9, 2014, a mass stabbing incident occurred at the Franklin Regional High School in which at least 20 people were injured, some of them seriously. The school district is a "AAA" (Triple-A) sized school district for football classification (with "AAAA" (Quad-A) being the largest classification).
In 2012, Franklin Regional's eleventh grade ranked 10th out of 104 western Pennsylvania high schools based on the last three years of student academic achievement in Pennsylvania System of School Assessments (PSSA) in: reading, math, writing and three years of science.
(Includes schools in: Allegheny County, Beaver County, Butler County, Fayette County, Westmoreland County, and Washington County) In 2010, the eleventh grade ranked 7th.
Students are required to take at least 6 credits each year.
By law, all Pennsylvania secondary school students must complete a project as a part of their eligibility to graduate from high school.
A district finishing high on this rank is smashing expectations, and any district above the median point is exceeding expectations." Western Pennsylvania local ranking Franklin Regional School District was ranked 9th out of 105 western Pennsylvania school districts, in 2012, by the Pittsburgh Business Times.