Frankston is the sister city of Susono, Shizuoka in Japan and Frankston High School maintains a strong sister school relationship with Kawaguchi-Kita High School in the Greater Tokyo Area which began in 1988. Regular cultural visits and student exchanges take place between these schools.
Frankston also has a sister school relationship with Lycée Jean Zay, in Orléans, France. Students regularly visit and exchange between our two schools, with three month twin exchanges a feature during the summer holidays. Students of French have the chance to visit France every second year, with a group extending their visit to include Italian Art galleries.
Frankston High School also has a sister school relationship with Letsibogo Girls' High School in Soweto, South Africa. In conjunction with Mentone Girls' Secondary College and Mac.Robertson Girls' High School the school sponsors three girls, enabling them to spend a year studying in Australia, hosted by school families.
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