Framingham High School
Framingham High School, located in the Saxonville section of town, has almost 2,200 students in grades nine through twelve. The school's mascot is the Flyers. The school colors are navy blue and white. The school's principal is Michael Welch.
The current high school is the former Framingham North High school. In 1963, the town split into Framingham North and Framingham South high schools. In 1991, the two schools combined again.
About 15% of the students received special education services.
On October 20, 1994, President Bill Clinton signed the Improving America's School Act in Framingham High's gym.
- Fax: 508-877-6603
- Hours: Mon - Fri, 7:25am - 1:55pm
- Handicap Accessible: Yes
- Founding Date: 1852
- Number of students: 2190
- Male-to-female ratio: 50:50
- Public/Private: Public
- Religious affiliation: None
- Graduation rate (%): 85
- Accreditation/licenses: New England Association of Schools and Colleges
- Student-to-teacher ratio: 13.9:1
- Parking: Free lot
- Number of faculty: 157
- Grade levels: Ninth through twelfth
- Boarding: No
- Special education: Yes
- Uniforms: No
- Features: Auditorium/stage, Cafeteria, Computer lab, Infirmary, Language lab, Library, Sports facilities
- Advanced placement courses: Yes
- Extracurricular activities available: Academic decathlon, connections leadership program, drama company, literary magazine, model congress, model united nations, newspaper, yearbook, flyer news
- Student clubs: Art club, dance team, debating team, DESAFIO, international club, key club, math club, UMOJA, Spanish club, French club, Italian Club
- Sports teams: Bay state league: cross-country, outdoor track, indoor track, cheerleading, basketball, field hockey, american football, golf, gymnastics, ice hockey, lacrosse, soccer, tennis, swimming, softball, wrestling and volleyball.