Franklin High School

High School

Tutoring Program

Franklin High School Tutoring Program

Tutoring Ideas

Through partnership with the University of Washington and our Academic Intervention staff, Franklin provides tutoring support for English/Language Arts, Math, Science, and English-Language Learning for Multilingual students. Franklin Academic Interventionists and volunteer tutors from UW (who have gone through extensive background checks) are ready to assist students with achieving their academic goals.

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Currently, tutoring is offered by appointment during advisory on Tuesdays and Thursdays and is scheduled by grade level.

Tutoring is also offered after-school from 3:40pm-4:40pm on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday; and from 2:30-3:30pm on Wednesdays (early release days). Additionally, multilingual tutoring support is offered after school on Friday as well.

The following is the regular weekly schedule for October, November, and December:

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Advisory: Tuesdays and Thursdays ONLY during both advisory periods. Make an appointment with your intervention specialist to receive tutoring.

Bridge to College English tutoring is also available on Thursdays during advisory.

After School: in Room 310 from 3:30-4:30 M, T, Th and 2:30-3:30 W. Stop by Room 310 on the days listed below to receive tutoring in the subjects available on that day.

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  • Monday: English/Language Arts, Social Studies, Algebra 1
  • Tuesday: English/Language Arts, Social Studies, Chemistry, Physics, Biology and ALL Math subjects offered
  • Wednesday: English/Language Arts, Social Studies
  • Thursday: English/Language Arts, Social Studies, ALL Math subjects, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and Bridge to College English
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Multilingual Learning Support: offered Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday after school from 3:40-4:40 in Room 217 with Ms. Karol and Ms. Angie. Reach out to your ML teacher for more information.