7th Grade Information
Welcome to Benjamin Franklin High School! Each year we look forward to meeting our incoming 7th graders; whether you've been at Benjamin Franklin Charter School since kindergarten, or you're new to our school, we've created this page just for you. Below you'll find everything you need to know about being a 7th grader at BFHS, and if you have questions about anything always feel free to contact us at (480) 558-1197.
Hear From Our Students
Hear From Our Teachers
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- JH Science
- Mathematics Courses
- Introduction to Western Civilization
- Introduction to Classical Literature
- Computers/Consumer Economics
- Fine Arts Classes
- Physical Education Classes
- Exceptional Student Services
Introduction to Western Civilization
Introduction to Classical Literature
Fine Arts Classes
Physical Education Classes
Exceptional Student Services
Registration Information for 7th Grade (2023-2024)
For Current BFCS Students
If your child is currently attending one of Benjamin Franklin Charter School's elementary campuses for 6th grade, enrollment for the 2023-2024 school year is open. All students, K-12, are required to go through Re-Enrollment each year to ensure all documentation, forms, and other information required by the school and state is accurate and on file.
If you are unsure of your child's enrollment status for 2023-2024, please contact our front office at (480) 558-1197 or email our Registrar, Sharon Turgeon, at email@example.com for assistance.
For New BFCS Students
If you are transferring from another school, welcome! We are glad you have decided to come to BFHS for 7th grade, and we look forward to the next six years! During the registration process, there are multiple forms and documents that are needed. Our Registrar, Sharon Turgeon, coordinates and manages student registration paperwork. All registration paperwork must be completed for your child to be enrolled in our school for 2023-2024. If you are unsure of your child's enrollment status, please contact Mrs. Turgeon directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Curious about how to enroll, or what our policies are? Click here to learn more.
Here are answers to some of our Frequently Asked Questions:
- What is the dress code?
- What is the bell schedule?
- Do junior high and high school students eat lunch together?
- What are the core courses for junior high students?
- How do I know which math class my child will take?
- Does my child have to take a zero hour class?
- What should we do if my child wants to change his/her elective request?
- What are the 7th grade elective options?
- How can my child audition for an advanced level fine arts class?
- What sports can junior high students participate in, and does a child need to have experience?
- When and how can we sign up for transportation?
What is the dress code?
What is the bell schedule?
Do junior high and high school students eat lunch together?
What are the core courses for junior high students?
How do I know which math class my child will take?
Does my child have to take a zero hour class?
What should we do if my child wants to change his/her elective request?
What are the 7th grade elective options?
How can my child audition for an advanced level fine arts class?
What sports can junior high students participate in, and does a child need to have experience?
When and how can we sign up for transportation?
More About Benjamin Franklin High School
In classical education, subjects are taught as part of a whole instead of isolated pieces of information, allowing for deeper connections between subject material.
We are proud to offer our students a wide range of Athletic and Fine Arts opportunities. Each program is designed to help our students become honorable young men and women - educating the hearts and minds of our students doesn't end in the classroom.
Want to know more about transportation/busing, view our Parent Handbook, read the Course Catalog, see our school calendar, and more? Head over to our Family Resources page!
The Charger Way
The Charger Way encompasses the way in which we expect our students to approach not only school, but life. It is more than an honor code or a list of rules – it is the essence of what it means to conduct oneself in the ways of successful, happy and educated people.
Be strong and rejoice in the challenge
Yield not to misfortune, but advance all the more boldly against it
Act honorably and with integrity in all situations