There are 101 schools in Fulton County, Georgia, including elementary through high school levels. Fulton County Schools is the fourth-largest school system in Georgia. At the start of the upcoming school year, as of August 2015, the Fulton County School District expects to serve more than 90,000 students at 57 elementary schools, 19 middle schools, 17 high schools and eight charter schools. The district employs approximately 7,500 teachers and other certified personnel.
Among the high schools in Fulton County are Milton High School, Northview High School, Johns Creek High School and Alpharetta High School, all of which ranked in the state's top 10 academically, according to US News & World Report. Only Milton High School ranked in the top 200 nationally, at 187th. Additionally, in the last five years, Webb Bridge Middle School, Fulton Science Academy, Crabapple Crossing Elementary School, Mountain Park Elementary School and Medlock Bridge Elementary School have received the prestigious National Blue Ribbon Award; the U.S. Department of Education awards Blue Ribbon status to schools that achieve superior academic excellence or demonstrate progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups.
Additional information about Fulton County Schools can be found at FultonSchools.org, including a complete list of the 101 schools in the district, as well as a map tool to help families locate schools that serve their particular location in the county.