Fulton County School System

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Fulton County School System
6201 Powers Ferry Rd NW


United States
Coordinates33°40′48″N 84°21′52″W / 33.680131°N 84.364448°W / 33.680131; -84.364448Coordinates: 33°40′48″N 84°21′52″W / 33.680131°N 84.364448°W / 33.680131; -84.364448[1]
MottoWhere Students Come First
SuperintendentDr. Mike Looney[2]
GradesKindergarten - 12
AccreditationsSouthern Association of Colleges and Schools
Georgia Accrediting Commission
Telephone(470) 254-3600

The Fulton County School System is a school district headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, United States.[4][5] The system serves the area of Fulton County outside the Atlanta city limits (which are served by Atlanta Public Schools). Fulton County Schools serve the cities of Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park, Roswell, and Sandy Springs north of Atlanta, and Chattahoochee Hills, College Park, East Point, Fairburn, Hapeville, Palmetto, Union City, and Fulton's remaining unincorporated areas in the south. Fulton County is the fourth-largest school system in Georgia.

The Fulton County school district is the only non-contiguous school district in the state, having a 17-mile (27 km) separation (Atlanta Public Schools) between the north and south. The Fulton County school district continues to expand with the addition of three new schools during the 2016-2017 school year. They include Wolf Creek Elementary, Ester Jackson (replacement), and Vickery Mill Elementary.

As of the 2012-2013 school year, Fulton has 11,500 full-time employees, including 7,500 teachers and other certified personnel, who work in 99 schools and 15 administrative and support buildings. Approximately 94,000 students attend classes in 58 elementary schools, 19 middle schools, 15 high schools, and seven charter schools.

Fulton County Schools is overseen by a seven-member board, all of whom are elected by geographic electoral district to four-year terms. Members of the Fulton County Board of Education are elected to four-year terms. Elections are held in even-numbered years. As of 2019, the school members include: District 1 - Katha Stuart, District 2 - Katie Reeves, District 3 - Gail Dean, District 4 - Linda Bryant, District 5 - Linda McCain, District 6 - Kimberly Dove, District 7 - Julia Bernath. [6]


Charter schools[edit]

Alpharetta Cluster[edit]

Banneker Cluster[edit]

  • Banneker, Benjamin E. High School
  • Bethune, Mary McLeod Elementary School
  • Crossroads Second Chance South
  • Heritage Elementary School
  • Lewis, S.L. Elementary School
  • McNair, Ronald E. Middle School
  • Nolan, Love T. Elementary School

Cambridge Cluster[edit]

Centennial Cluster[edit]

Chattahoochee Cluster[edit]

Creekside Cluster[edit]

  • Bear Creek Middle School
  • Campbell Elementary School
  • Creekside High School
  • Oakley Elementary School
  • Palmetto Elementary School
  • West, Evoline C. Elementary School

Johns Creek Cluster[edit]

Langston Hughes Cluster[edit]

  • Cliftondale Elementary School
  • Gullatt Elementary School
  • Langston Hughes High School
  • Liberty Point Elementary School
  • Renaissance Elementary School
  • Renaissance Middle School

Milton Cluster[edit]

  • Alpharetta Elementary School
  • Birmingham Falls Elementary School
  • Crabapple Crossing Elementary School
  • Hopewell Middle School
  • Milton High School
  • Northwestern Middle School
  • Summit Hill Elementary School

North Springs Cluster[edit]

Northview Cluster[edit]

  • Findley Oaks Elementary School
  • Northview High School
  • River Trail Middle School
  • Shakerag Elementary School
  • Wilson Creek Elementary School

Riverwood Cluster[edit]

  • Heards Ferry Elementary School
  • High Point Elementary School
  • Lake Forest Elementary School
  • Ridgeview Charter Middle School
  • Riverwood High School

Roswell Cluster[edit]

Tri-Cities Cluster[edit]

Westlake Cluster[edit]


  1. ^ "Free US Geocoder". Archived from the original on 2011-05-11. Retrieved 2010-06-09.
  2. ^ https://www.fultonschools.org/superintendent
  3. ^ a b School Stats, Retrieved June 9, 2010.
  4. ^ Home page. Retrieved on June 21, 2009.
  5. ^ "East Point city, Georgia Archived 2006-09-26 at the Wayback Machine." U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved on June 21, 2009.
  6. ^ "Ballotpedia -- Encyclopedia of American Politics". https://ballotpedia.org/Fulton_County_Schools,_Georgia. March 19, 2019. Retrieved March 30, 2019. External link in |website= (help)

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