Frenship High School 


Frenship High School is a public, comprehensive high school in Wolfforth, Texas, USA. It serves students in grades 9-12. The school is a part of the Frenship Independent School District. Frenship High School opened August 17, 2007, and it shares the same campus with Frenship Middle School. Frenship High School (FHS) is bittersweet when viewed through the lens of its mascot. The Wildcats evoke memories of a resilient team that always fought to the end, but FHS is now in rebuilding mode. The current varsity football team was winless in 2018, but the future looks brighter for the Wildcat program.

The School offers a wide variety of classes for students. They include: Agriscience, Biotechnology, Business, Computer Science, Digital Media, Drama, English, Family and Consumer Science, Foreign Language, Health, Mathematics, Media Arts, Music, Physical Education, and more.

Students at Frenship High School in Wolfforth,Texas, can choose from a wide variety of classes, including Advanced Placement, College in High School, Dual Credit, University Intersession and Online Courses. Frenship’s A.P. classes are offered in many different subjects including art, biology, calculus, English, English as a second language, environmental science, European history, French, geology, German, government, history, psychology, Spanish, statistics, trigonometry and U.S. history.

The demographics in Frenship High School in Wolfforth,Texas is about 50% of the school is white, 40% are hispanic, and the rest are African American, Asian, and other races. About 4% of students don’t speak English. About 30% of students are in the gifted program. There are about 260 students in Frenship high school.

The population of Frenship High School is about 1500. There are about 600 men and 900 women. The ethnicity of the students is about forty percent Hispanic, twenty percent Caucasian and twenty percent African American. The percent of students who are economically disadvantaged is twenty percent.

Some other facts are the same as they have been over the past eight years. The percent of students who are male is 51% and the percent of students in grade ten is the same as the year before. During the past eight years the percent of students who are economically disadvantaged has stayed between nineteen and twenty-one percent. This year, twenty percent are economically disadvantaged. Enrollment in Frenship High School is available at Wolfforth ISD. The school has a graduation rate of 91 percent. There are multiple training programs that are offered to students. Some of these programs are:
~Performed by: The New Guy in Town

From January to March, I was able to participate in an art project with the help of my art teacher, Ms.Wagner, and the support of Mr.Porter the school counselor.

The new staff of the Niche in Frenship High School in Wolfforth,Texas, is all set to give a warm welcome to the scholars, who will be returning school today. A list of activities, which the students can participate in, is available on the school website.

The Advanced Placement Program (AP) is a program that allows motivated high school students to take college-level classes and earn advanced placement (AP) credits and/or exemptions on the College Board exams. Students can earn college credit while still in high school. Students who earn college credit while in high school not only save money but also gain valuable experience in college-level work and the opportunity to get a head start on college. In the Spring of 2010, Frenship ISD will offer the following AP courses: Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Psychology, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics B, English Language, English Literature, and Composition.

Frenship High School is an acclaimed public high school located in Wolfforth, Texas, United States. The school serves students in grades 9-12 and is a part of the Frenship Independent School District. The school serves the city of Wolfforth and parts of Sanderson and Monahans. Frenship High School is the only high school in the district. It is named after the community of Frenship, Texas. As of the 2010-2011 school year, the school had 2,827 students. Frenship High School will be one of the largest public high schools in the state of Texas when it is built and is expected to be completed in 2013.