"Single-Gender Educational Model; Academic Excellence; Chess Program "
Students enrolled 1320
School leader MS. ELENA DIAZ
Transportation options Yes
District Broward County School District
After school Yes

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18800 Pines Boulevard
Pembroke Pines, FL 33029

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(954) 703-2294
(954) 436-2861
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3 stars
Based on 50 ratings

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November 08, 2014
I rate this school a 3. The neighborhood is great. The school looks nice on the inside. The children are from good families. The teachers try..but their inexperience is painfully obvious. The lack of facilities is disappointing. No gymnasium, no auditorium. Never heard of a school like this before. I'm lucky that my child is naturally bright, and can pick up the lessons quickly on his own....but if he was in any way in need of remedial help...I'd have to hire a private tutor. If you are considering sending your child to this school, you will most likely be impressed by the area and the outside of the building. You had better have a bright child or money for tutoring. It helps if you're Latin or Jewish also...your child will be taken care of very well.

- submitted by a parent
November 03, 2014
My child has been since the school opened and I have to say since they change principal the school went from a 2 star school to a 4 star school. The quality of teachers , staff and overall environment has improved . The only reason I do not give it 5 stars is that they lack some of the events public schools enjoys. Like holiday shows that include the whole school not just those that can afford after school clubs. The music and art department can work on this during 2nd semester and host the show at a local auditorium ( parents would be happy to pay for tickets priced within reason ($5 - $12) . They should have also have an end of the awards ceremony the includes most grades and to make up for some lost time those students that have been there since the school's opening. They should also have a science fair that includes all grades. I also wish they would have kept their promise of building a indoor gym ... still waiting on that after 4 years. Despite the above the school is a wonderful place for most students. I LOVE the school now !

- submitted by a parent
September 02, 2014
overrated...just like all schools in florida...school choice is a joke...pay higher property taxes and you still need to send your kids to private school...and don't get me started on these "charter" schools.

- submitted by a parent
August 28, 2014
This is the second year that my children go to Franklin and we are very happy with this school, last year they had some struggles with the Uniform Company because it was a new system but this year I didn't have any issue at all, it was fast and the quality is much better. In my opinion this school is amazing!

- submitted by a parent
August 01, 2014
Franklin Academy Pembroke Pines is really making its mark. This past year (2013-2014) was so well run and enriching for my children. I'm not surprised that they received two A's this year.

- submitted by a community member
June 17, 2014
first year at Franklin PP, our kids have been in schools all over the country and other countries and they had an amazing year. We have one in elementary and one in middle school. The school isn't perfect but there is no such thing as a perfect school.

- submitted by a parent
May 22, 2014
Parents have a choice. Your kids can go to their boundary school or they can apply to a charter. Charters are not the savior of the world & public schools are not the end of it. I am thankful to have a choice. For my children, Franklin PP was the right choice. We are completing our 3rd year here & have been here since the beginning. I have 3 children here from 2nd grade to 8th so I have experience with all the grade levels. If you make a list of pros & cons, the cons that FAPP has are NO different than the boundary school my kids would have gone to. However, FAPP has more pros. There is a real community atmosphere there that you don't always get elsewhere. FAPP has the same amount of students our K-5 had but is a K-8. For my middle schooler, this is huge. He has 1/4 of the kids in his 6th-8th than had he gone to our boundary schools. The teachers & staff know my kids by name, even if they have never taught them. My kids belong & feel part of something. We wouldn't have got that at our BPS middle school. K-5 and 6th-8th are on separate floors & have separate start/stop times. Make your own choice based on what you want. Don't let people scare you.

- submitted by a parent
May 06, 2014
Franklin Academy has opened their doors in many cities... by now you think they would have aced the process. Dismissal system still not perfected ... kids do not get to bus on time...kids are made responsible for getting to their dismissal point. Classrooms seem out of control compared to district schools. Policies and procedure are not followed. Class work does not come home frequently and when it does it is with the tests...so impossible to support your child. Differential teaching - not happening. phones not answered Docs state office open till 4pm but you can not visit them before 830am or after 145pm. Very few volunteers are permitted in classrooms to assist teachers. you have to purchase an agenda but they are barely used. classjump sites are not updated in a timely manner. there is supposed to be an email sent out each week...again not consistently...if classjump website and/or emails were sent out the friday for the upcoming week it would be more helpful. I feel that at our campus atleast the left hand doesnt know what the right is doing. HUGE communication issues.

- submitted by a parent
May 05, 2014
Fellow parents, This is so confusing that some of you hate this school and some think it's great. Any insight as to which is right? My child has been in Beacon Cove gifted. Will he do well here? Otherwise it's JMS for us and I don't like some of the issues they've had there.

- submitted by a parent
May 04, 2014
For the group of parents in Jupiter thinking of sending your kids to this school, have you heard any other feedback in the community? There seems to be a lot of negative feedback here, but I am frustrated with the administration both at Lighthouse and Beacon. However, overall there have been more positives than negatives. Jupiter parents, please keep posting anything you hear, thanks!

- submitted by a community member
April 09, 2014
What a joke Franklin is. This school is run like a circus. The lack of knowledge administration has is unbearable. As a parent who has volunteered on numerous occasions, you would think they would get their act together when parents are around. No respect for anyone, not even themselves. This place is a money pit. All the investors worry about is where they are going to get their next dime. From their terrible uniform company and car system to the aftercare. The more students who enter this school, the more money they receive. My child was there for 5th and 6th grade and after the experience we had in middle school, it was time to get out of there. The knowledge my child gained in 5th grade was quickly altered in 6th grade. His math and reading skills went down drastically due to the inexperience teachers in middle school. Ever since we took him out and put him into Silver Trail, he's been happier and has retrieved all of that lost knowledge. As parents, we have a job to protect our children from situations like these.

- submitted by a parent
April 08, 2014
I can honestly say that it is my opinion that the curriculum at this school is substandard- essentially no different than your average public school in the area. If you doubt this, please make an appointment and ask to see the student performance scores in each subject area. In fact, any parent can take a look at the materials and see this for themselves. There is constant turnover of personnel and staff and no accountability for the principal- until most recently. The classrooms are so small in the lower elementary school that they are equivalent to half the size of a public school classroom. In addition, please go back and read the principal's earlier reviews when the school first opened. Characteristically, the principal would argue and scream at parents, students, and even staff as a current teacher recently shared this with me in confidence. Did the principal really change or does she want to keep her job? Many unknowing parents will not know this information, so I feel it is my duty to share this with them. Please look elsewhere to educate your child as "smoke and mirrors" may work for some parents, but will not fool the wise and observant parent.

- submitted by a parent
April 07, 2014
Against the odds with decided to register our girl in this school and It has been the best decision ever!! Our girl loves the school, her teacher and friends. The single gender system is working really good for her, she is an A student and still they get the chance to share with the boys all the specials, lunch and playground time. The specials are really good, they have art, music, chess and Spanish which allow the kids to experience different fields,and relax, and we don't get to pay extra for that. Additionally they have the clubs, which include drama, cheerleading, sports and chess for a very little amount, our girl is in the chess club and she is teaching us how to play. The teacher is amazing, she keep challenging them to improve every single day and she is been with the school from the beginning. The principal is a hard worker you will see her around the school trying to make things always better. The rest of the school's personnel is very friendly, it is such a nice atmosphere. Of course there is always room for improvement and they know it !!! So parents if you want a complete education for your kids try this school.

- submitted by a parent
February 11, 2014
This is third time I am attempting to write a review on his school and it was not published. I cannot help but think that this website is bias in what they publish. As a parent there is nothing new about this school. After 6 months nothing is new in the business world. And south Floridian educators, community leaders and parents need to get it together. Too much wasted money with the disorganization of the school after all of this time.

- submitted by a community member
February 10, 2014
I am very pleased with Franklin Academy. My kids have been in attendance since the beginning and I have not had a single complaint. They enjoy the various extra curriculum activities and clubs that are ongoing. My daughter in particular took part of the ceramics club and really enjoyed it. I also wanted to give a shout out to the PE coaches for their hard work and dedication during the most recent Field Day activities. Everything was well organized and the kids had a blast...Very proud Franklin Parent!!!

- submitted by a parent
February 04, 2014
Franklin has been so far a better school for my kids. The best teachers they have had since attending a neighboring public school. All my child's teachers have degrees, I have personally met and research each and every one. The statement of hiring rejected teachers sure sounds like a resented rumor to me, if not please list those teachers out so parents are aware, I highly doubt you will. We have been with the school from day 1.

- submitted by a parent
February 04, 2014
Regardless of what you think of the school, some of the information you've been give is incorrect. ALL of the teachers and I mean ALL of them are REQUIRED by state law to be certified by the State. Now you may not like the state requirements for certification but ANY AND ALL schools that receive public funding do not have an option of whether their teachers are certified or not, it is MANDATORY!!! I am speaking from personal experience as a teacher and parent. Please know that earning a degree and getting certified does not make you a good/great teacher anymore than learning to play hopscotch makes you an Olympic jumper!!!

- submitted by a parent
February 03, 2014
Franklin Academy Pines is wonderful!!!! The administration is help and very visible throughout the build. Mrs. Cummings, the principal, is spectacular, she goes above and beyond for her student and staff.

- submitted by a parent
January 07, 2014
We gave this school a chance. This is my child's third year. I knew it was a new school and assumed it would get better. Maybe it will someday but it sure hasn't yet. The teacher-parent communication is unacceptable. Starting in K, messages were passed to me verbally by my then 5 year old. You can't expect an elementary age child to accurately relay information to parents. My child is bright but won't get honors because of a B in P.E. Even in 1st grade they have number grades in P.E. for ridiculous things, like push-ups. One of my child's teachers actually recommended I look into the gifted program before realizing that there was none at the school. There is no gifted program for elementary school but they get a grade for push ups. PTO is virtually non-existent. There is a meeting tomorrow but notification only went out yesterday. That is not enough time for me to arrange care for my children as they are not allowed. There are some good reviews for this school but I would be genuinely shocked if they weren't written by parents who also happen to be employed by the school. I was enthusiastic and excited about this school when we began there but my child will not return next year.

- submitted by a parent
January 06, 2014
No stars for FACC..thought we were lucky getting in, what a mistake, our child is middle school age, and it was the worse experience! Now I understand the policy of no cell phones. They don't want the kids calling there parent on the horrific things going on in school!! Not to include the absence of adult supervision and guidance! Huge lack of teaching kids,, teachers not required to have teaching degree. It has been a waste of education for 4 months. The guidance counselor is unbelievably disrespectful and rude and her lack of guidance was unbearable. I would NOT send a middle school child to Franklin!! Please don't do it if you are considering this!!

- submitted by a parent
January 03, 2014
This school is terrible!!! if you love your kids don't send them here. This school has an average elementary school and only pays attention to tthem!! They treat the middle schoolers like prisoners and have no care for their feelings, I'm looking for a new school for my 7th grade son and hope this school gets shut down

- submitted by a parent
November 07, 2013
This school is good, not the best, but good. I am a middle school student, and yes, there are downs in this school, but they work it out, somehow. The only thing I am really upset about is that there aren't any real ADVANCED stuff. One real problem is that there isn't much communication between teacher and parent, from a student's point of view. Half the time, I don't tell my parents what I do in school, and the teachers don't regularly update parents. Another major problem is that the teachers are "poor. My sister is in elementary, and her teacher just resigned. The new teacher doesn't really update. My own teacher got fired (for some reason or the other) and the new one moves too slow in teaching the content. In one class, one teacher was gone, another was replaced and then gone, and now, that class has their 3rd teacher. I miss the really good teachers who were there last year. There are pluses too-they expanded their club choices, and got better field trips. For my 3rd year at Franklin (5th grade, 6th, and now 7th), they certainly have improved!

- submitted by a community member
November 05, 2013
LOVE Franklin Academy Cooper City! Dr. Sandberg is on top of his game and the PTO is an awesome group! I look forward to many more years at FACC! You always hear the negative people adding bad comments, but I can tell you as a mother of a 1st grader that my experience has been great!

- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2013
School has high test scores because they only take students who perform well on tests. The administration is unresponsive and the teachers are going through the motions. Don"t believe the hype!

- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2013
I was initially excited about my child being excepted to this school. The website boasts about innovative means of teaching and a challenging curriculum. Don't be fooled. It is all a bunch of smoke and mirrors. There is nothing innovative about this charter school. Administration is more concerned about fundraising than the child's academic progress. There is a lack of communication throughout the school and parents are kept in the dark. If your child is in a good school let them stay there.

- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2013
My school is Franklin Academy - Cooper City and I am very satisfied with the teachers. My daughter is in 7th grade and the teachers all appear motivated, enthused and interested in making my daughter's experience very favorable. She is smart and being challenged by the teacher's expectations. I totally appreciate the constant feedback about her grades and additional websites to enhance her learning experience with Kahn Academy for her honors math class.

- submitted by a parent
August 15, 2013
This is a for-profit school. The main goal is not to offer students the best possible educational experience, but to make sure shareholders make money on their investment. Students are deprived of many many things to ensure the shareholders are happy. This school did NOTHING to recognize the efforts of the 5th graders that were graduating. At the very last minute a picnic was planned at a nearby park but was canceled due to Inclement whether. Some parents put something together for the kids to recognise their hard work at a cost of $30 for the student and $30 for the parent. Only one parent was allowed to attend. This event left a lot to be desired. I have removed my child from this school after a mediocre first year and a disastrous second. This school's administration doesn't have the student's best interest at heart. They're a business and their main concern is to make a profit at whichever cost. They keep opening up everywhere instead of concentrating on perfecting what they do. Most teachers are young and inexperienced. The school pays them a lot less than a public school would. Teachers are not happy and it shows. Do your own research...too many false promises.

- submitted by a parent
August 07, 2013
i regret changing my daughter to this school , Please don't send your kids to this school

- submitted by a parent
August 04, 2013
This is my child's 3rd year and might be their last . I can only speak for my experience only. The only reason I have not changed my children to another school is that I don't want to be switching them around from school to school. The administration is poorly trained and false. A large and concerning amount of teachers are just poor educators regardless of number of years teaching ( but many those poor teachers have little experience). I was a very involve parent with over 85 hours of volunteer work each year. I wanted to make sure my children got the best experience despite the major school set backs. Such as poor teachers, no functional PTO, little activities for earlier grades, middle schoolers bulling younger children in bathrooms, false promises (just one week of chest if at all) , poor selections for volunteers, no gifted program for grade school children. NO science teachers or room (science taught by regular teacher) in a technology age having a specific teacher to teach science is a must. No auditorium or gym as other newly built Franklin schools have. The library is half full of books and it is small to begin with. No holiday show for k-5 . Poor online uniform provider.

- submitted by a parent
August 02, 2013
My daughter will be starting her third year at Franklin Academy P.Pines this fall. She has excelled academically and socially. Her teachers, both young, have been well qualified teachers. I found them to be good role models, knowledgeable, energetic, inventive, and excellent communicators. My daughter has enjoyed the gender specific learning environment, variety of special area classes, and special events that occur throughout the year. I have appreciated the multi-cultural student body, clean and technologically savvy learning environment, and the excellent teaching staff. Franklin P.Pines went through some stressful growing pains in the first year, as any new school would. But the strong administration and great staff continued to put children and education first. We are proud to be a Franklin family!

- submitted by a parent
July 29, 2013
I am happy with the school. Part of the success and happiness with any school is parent involvement and establishing a relationship with teachers and administration.

- submitted by a parent
June 10, 2013
Can anyone shed some light on a gifted child transferring to this school (Cooper City location) for 3rd grade? Do they have gifted/high achieving classes and how do they handle someone transferring in to a new school?

- submitted by a parent
May 31, 2013
We are happy to be a part of Franklin Academy since it opened. Don't believe the extreme negative feedbacks. Get a tour of the school and ask around. It is not bad to hire young teachers. They still have the education required to be a teacher. My childs' teacher is a young teacher but she brought in a different kind of energy that my child loves and the curriculum is still followed. With the common core coming in, I think young teachers will easily adapt to the new system. The school knows what it is doing.

- submitted by a parent
May 21, 2013
Don't be fooled... this school is not as bad as some describe. There are still some kinks that need to be worked out but that is to be expected, especially in a new school. WHAT WORKS FOR SOME, MAY NOT WORK FOR OTHERS. This is a great school. It is safe, provides for a positive learning environment and offers an enriched academic program. The teachers and staff overall have been very helpful and intuitive to the students' needs. I believe EVERY school has room for improvement, no matter where you go.

- submitted by a parent
May 21, 2013
Please take your child out of the school. We did. No experience whatsoever. If you have a child under the ESE program, it is going to be worst. I was expecting a wonderful atmosphere and it is a nightmare. It could be better in an inner city public school than here. We are not the only family not happy with teachers, staff, curriculum, etc. Avoid headaches.

- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2013
This is a great school! My child has been attending this school for 2 years now. I like the single gender and I like the no homework policy - no homework as long as your child is performing well. Homework will still be given if the teacher think it is necessary for your child. Before the school opened in 2011 the principal told us "leave the teaching to us and spend quality time with your kids when they are at home". And this is what we have been doing as a family. We don't have to spend hours at night working on homework. This is a brand new school. It takes time to build your own staff. The school listens. They solved the morning traffic issue immediately at the beginning of the 2nd year. This school works for us but it may not work for others. The wait list is long for families who would like to be at Franklin. If it doesn't work for you feel free to leave. We would love for the school to have parents that would always seek on how to help rather than complain and think that the policies should be bend if it's against them.

- submitted by a parent
May 05, 2013
The issues described are NOT due to being a new school, but rather based on the culture that is emerging in the school and due to lack of funding. Culture is based on how they conduct their business day to day.There are good teachers, some terrible, mediocre (they lack in either know how or people skills), many are inexperienced. See evidence of low funding. Don't see all students getting much on all that was advertised which include good civics. Early years are better, but missing many activities found in public schools. Franklin is not organized, a lot of lip service, but no follow through, reactive. Some classes in middle school are out of control, with teachers unable to deliver program because the students are poorly behaved.There is a lot of bullying, harrassment, and everything else that happens in public schools too..but it's not communicated openly. Walk the halls enough times and you will hear bad language, middle schoolers kissing, bouncing balls, skate boarding, texting, vandalism in restrooms. Don't be fooled - it is here too. Charters are funded 50% from public school budget and 50% privately. Weakens public, and both end weak - FL education is not good.

- submitted by a parent
May 03, 2013
PLEASE PARENTS KEEP YOUR CHILD AWAY FROM THIS SCHOOL, THIS YEAR WAS A NIGHTMARE FOR OUR FAMILY, VERY FEW GOOD TEACHERS AND VERY SELECTIVE WITH STUDENTS, THE ADMINISTRATION STAFF VERY RUDE, A LOT OF PROMISES AND NO RESULT 2 YEARS IS ENOUGHT

- submitted by a parent
April 12, 2013
This is my daughter's second year with Franklin Academy. I have to say last year was a little nerve racking for us. But keeping in mind this is a new school and everyone was adjusting, we stuck through it. Agreeing with some parents that Franklin needs to sharpen up their Administration a little bit. I find some to rude, but than they have some who are very professional and polite. I personally have not dealt with the principal, but always seem pleasant when I was near. I have heard bad things about the public schools in South Florida, and parents need to realize, that ALL cannot be prevented, however I believe Franklins staff needs to learn to better communicate with parents, and just not through email. Overall Franklin is a great school. Every school has room for improvement and I believe Franklin will do just that. The one policy I wish would change is the policy of parents not allowed on premises during certain hours, or you have to pick up your child before 2pm for early release, or else you have to wait in car-line. Thats a bit extreme. But besides thats "Good Job Franklin Academy"! Looking forward to more great years!

- submitted by a parent
April 11, 2013
This school is overall a good school with a few flaws but people have to realize this school is only on its second year. Good academics with a few really good experienced teachers while some are lazy,rude and yell at the students. Lunch is terrible and car pick up is a nightmare, but there are good after school care programs and clubs. The kids here are alot better than most schools and Franklin is a beautiful campus. Although, I do agree with saying they should stop worrying about building more schools, but perfecting the first one.

- submitted by a parent
March 17, 2013
I love Franklin Academy, I have one child in Kindergarten and another one in First grade. So far the teachers have been great and very involved with the kids. It's a new school and there some areas for improvements. Those of you who do not like it, I hope you move on to another school that serves your needs. There are a lot of people waiting to get their children accepted in the school. We need positive parents that do not expect the school to do everything for them but instead, feel that is their responsibility to educate their kids at home too. I would recommend Franklin to any parent.

- submitted by a parent
February 19, 2013
This is my son s second year and we've had a great experience overall. We went thru the growing pains of the first year and yes the pickup and drop offs are still longer than desired but the benefits do outweigh these inconveniences. For an involved parent these are minor tradeoffs for a great education. I compare with my daughter s public school and the communication between parents and teachers is superior. The technology is available to all parents and allows you to check for the students progress daily or whenever needed, up to the parent to use it. My son s teachers have been very much involved and genuinely concerned for his progress. Last year he received chess classes both as an after school club and as with his regular curriculum. Hopefully the bad reviews which all seem to have the same arguments will find a more convenient school option, and that will lead to some more open spots for my daughter to get in ;-). A stage is a great to have but not really in my priority list.

- submitted by a parent
January 27, 2013
To correct my prior post ,the gymnasium is to be finished for the 2015 school year. Here is the last update we received on Dec of 2012... Pembroke Pines (K-8) - We are pleased to announce the acquisition of 4 acres immediately east/adjacent to our K-8 campus. This site will be the location of our new Gymnasium. We are currently planning facility completion by 2015 school year. This gym facility will include: full basketball and volleyball courts; locker rooms; resources for dance and wrestling; and, potentially theater amenities.

- submitted by a parent
January 20, 2013
As a proud parent of Franklin Academy, this charter school has successfully acheived, in a short period of time, my high expectations regarding my children's academic paths! Our teachers, have one goal in mind, to educate our children to achieve to their highest academic abilities. Administration works endlessly to provide our children with a safe school environment. The best education for my child? Is only Franklin Academy Charter Schools!

- submitted by a parent
January 17, 2013
THIS SCHOOL HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BE BETTER... PLEASE PUT MORE EFFORT.The administration and many of the under experience teachers are the main problems with this school. Beautiful on the outside but highly dysfunctional on the inside . Going on its second year and little improvement. I would not recommend this school to any one.

- submitted by a parent
January 06, 2013
Very dissapointed, for the second year in a row. The Xmas pageant was a joke. Such hoopla about this school being so new and great.... and they don't even have a gymansium with a stage? The band played in the cafeteria, on ground level, with bright lights. Nobody in the audience could see A THING. Not even enough sense to rent a platform, to elevate the band so that the parents could see their child? Bullying is rampant; racism is ridiculous. The teachers are illiterate and lazy. If you can't afford a tutor or if your child isn't naturally bright; forget it. Nice on the outside, but that swamp is still out there, with no parking.

- submitted by a parent
October 04, 2012
Our daughter is very happy in her second year at this school and her enthusiasm has produced excellent academic results. This is what counts! True there are several areas for improvement, but overall this is an excellent school. Pros: gender separation on core classes has proven positive, teachers have been really good, car drop off works great now (after a painful year of learning), uniform and discipline enforcement, academic program is good. Cons: chess class is still a promise w/o delivery, pickup is painful, parent involvement limited to lunch help or car line, PE and recess are many times skipped, communication with parents depends on the teacher's communication skills and does not follow a standard.

- submitted by a parent
August 29, 2012
I hate that school in would never forget how they treated my child different because of the color of he's skin and last but not least call the police on me because I was 20mins late picking him up from school.

- submitted by a parent
August 16, 2012
School promises a lot but doesn't deliver on those promises. Chess not taught in classes. Little to no activities for k-2 grades. Most teachers with less than 3 years of experience. Staff mostly rude and two faced. The has no interest in science and don't report the science scores for lower grades as to promote a false school grade. Car pick up and drop off are nightmares. The school distances themselves from parents and do not promote parent involvement other than volunteering for lunch help or car line. Parents are not allowed to walk children to school . There are no park and walk up options. Franklin Academy is more like a fast food franchise as they are more interested in opening up more Franklin schools than perfecting the first one they open. In other words it is a business.

- submitted by a parent
June 21, 2012
My son was very lucky to win the lottery to enter on Kindergarten on the first year of the school. First of all the school is separated by gender which turn out to be very beneficial for the students. They are able to concentrate better on the core classes and have better interactions in class. They do have time to interact with girls and they enjoy their playtime together. The teachers and staff are very caring, and the aftercare program is amazing the kids have so much fun (they do HW, too) my son complains when I pick him up early. Since it is a charter school, volunteer hours are mandatory and I do appreciate it because it gives parents the opportunity to be more active with the school and be active in your kids' education. I have ask several parents from different grade levels and I only receive great reviews from boys and girls alike. One of the most important things about this school is that they do not only concentrate on academics but also on building characters on our children. I cannot be more grateful for this school on creating such a great environment for the children to grow and learn.

- submitted by a parent
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Franklin Academy A
18800 Pines Boulevard, Pembroke Pines, FL  33029
(954) 703-2294
Last modified Franklin Academy A is a Charter school that serves grades K-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 9 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Franklin Academy A Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 50 reviews. Top