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​​​Charter Schools

 Charter Schools in Action

We offer ten autonomous charter schools with district-wide attendance zones that feature greater levels of innovation.


​ ​Charter Schools
Location​​​ Address Principal/Contact
Amana Academy285 South Main Street
Alpharetta, GA 30009
Cherrise Campbell
Chattahoochee Hills Charter 9670 Rivertown Road
Chattahoochee Hills, GA 30213
Patrick Muhammad
Fulton Academy of Science
and Technology (FAST)
11365 Crabapple Rd.
Roswell, GA 30075
Christopher Mahoney
Hapeville Career Academy6045 Buffington Road
Union City, GA 30349
Candace Bethea
Hapeville Charter Middle School3535 South Fulton Avenue
Hapeville, GA 30354
Dr. Audrey Greer
KIPP South Fulton Academy1286 E. Washington Avenue
East Point, GA 30344
Siobhan Gardner
RISE Prep School
(Reaching Innovative
Solutions in Education)
2626 Hogan Road
East Point, GA 30344
Christian Harden
RISE Grammar School
(Reaching Innovative
Solutions in Education)
2626 Hogan Road
East Point, GA 30344
George Greene
The Main Street Academy
Lower & Upper School
2861 Lakeshore Drive
College Park, GA 30337
Cheryl Parker
Skyview High School5134 Old National Highway
College Park, GA 30349
William Strickland


According to the Fulton County Schools (FCS) Board Policy, the purpose of Fulton's Charter School Portfolio is twofold:

  • To provide high quality, innovative and standards based opportunities for students.
  • To replicate success practices throughout the system, thus accelerating student learning.


  1. ​It administers the General Charter Application process as well as the Request for Charter Petition process
  2. The department monitors and evaluates the operations of charter schools. This includes compliance to applicable laws, un-waived county practices and the performance objectives detailed in the charter contract.
  3. Annual evaluations of the charters are regularly given to the governing boards and Fulton County Board of Education to allow for remediation.
  4. Successful practices are disseminated to the system for possible replication.
  5. Failed practices that are not remediated are considered when the charter applies for renewal.​