Submit your Hall of Fame Nominations

FSD Limited School of Choice is now OPEN. Learn more here.

Board of Education Regular Meeting, Monday, June 10th at 6:00 pm in the Media Center at E.F. Rittmueller.
The agenda will be posted on Friday, June 7th.

Guidance Office

Course and Scheduling Information

View the updated 2024-25 FHS Programs of Study.
In accordance with PA 60 and MCL 388.1621f, here is the MiVU Statewide Course Catalog.

Credit Makeup And Tutoring

For any information or questions about credit make-up classes and tutoring,  please contact the Frankenmuth High School guidance office via phone at 989-652-2071.

Transcript Information

Transcripts for the FHS Class of 2010 and beyond are sent electronically.  If you graduated in 2009 or earlier, please use the information and document below to order your transcript. 

FHS provides transcripts electronically through Parchment.  Click on the link below to order your high school transcript.  You can send it to your preferred college/university or yourself.

Parchment will charge $4.15 per electronic transcript request for alums (current students high school seniors become alum on August 1st).

FHS Class of 2009 and prior Transcript Requests

If you need an official transcript mailed to a college/university, place of business, etc., please contact Mrs. Kim Radina either by email at or by phone at 989-652-2071. Alternatively you can attempt to reach her by visiting the high school at 525 E. Genesee St., Frankenmuth MI 48734, where if she is available, she will help you get this process started.

When requesting records, grade reports or transcripts from the Guidance Office, please provide 48 hours advanced notice for processing of your request.

NCAA Availability

If you want to play NCAA sports at a Division I or II school, you need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center at You should plan to register during your sophomore year of high school.  If you have questions about your eligibility or the registration process, call toll free at (877) 262-1492.  

Division I & II schools require athletes to meet the academic standards for NCAA core courses, core-course grade-point averages (GPA) and test scores.

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