Welcome to Frankford High School

The video speaks for itself.

If you have not been there, take a look.

If you have not been there in a long time, take another look.

 

  • John Havrilchak

    No offense, but “the video speaks for itself” is not enough.
    Even a phrase, something definitive. Someone’s connection may be faint, and make the link unfunctionable. It’s unrealistic, in this DYING city that if you’re retirement age remember as great, to expect people to be interested enough to pursue an article that presumes the reader’s interest in the first place.

  • James Goodwin

    I grew up in the Oxford Circle and I passed by Frankford HS on the 59 trackless trolley. Remember the green colors of PTC and later on SEPTA’s white and red colors. This school has history. They have built a football and baseball field not too far way with so much history inbued in them. I would see the baseball field as I stood on PRATT street to take the R bus. Frankford graduated many classes of successful people who went on to serve their communities. I prefer to keep the good thoughts about Frankford HS than to dwell on the negativity of a few who do not like the changes that were made as minorities moved in the neighborhood. Lets wish Frankford HS students the best to succeed as workers and to go whichever college they choose to earn a degree and do well.