• History

    Ten Broeck Academy was established in 1867 by Peter Ten Broeck. Peter T. Ten Broeck, a native of Somerset County, New Jersey, was a successful farmer and county judge, and gave generously to the public of his funds and time. At the time of his death, he left a trust fund of $60,000 to be used for the building of an academy to provide free education (at a time when few scholars had the opportunity of continuing with their education beyond the eighth grade) for high school students in the area, said academy to be known as the Ten Broeck Free Academy. The academy later became a part of the Franklinville public school system, and the stone foundation at the present high school building in Franklinville came from the original Ten Broeck Free Academy stone structure.


    “Preparing Students Today for the World Tomorrow”
    The mission of TBA/FCS is to graduate students who have attained the knowledge, skills and confidence to fulfill their goals in life and become productive members of their community.   We will accomplish this mission by providing a motivated and qualified staff utilizing relevant, rigorous, and thoughtful curriculum in a caring, positive, secure and healthy environment.


    Teach, Believe, Aspire ~ Fostering a Culture for Success