Magnet Program Information: International Studies/Prospective Student Information

  • Riverwood International Charter School

    Mini School Tours for Prospective Families

    Mini Tour Info


    The first tour will take place on October 21, 2021. This mini tour will be for Rising 9th Graders that are interested in applying for the International Studies Magnet Program at Riverwood International Charter School.

    Participants will tour various areas of the school such as the Makers Space, Student Commons, Media Center, The Hoskyn Stadium, and more. In addition, they will get to meet the Magnet Program team members and learn more about the program and application process. Families can sign up for one of the open slots with a maximum of 3 members on the tour. Wearing a mask is required throughout the tour. 

    There are 10 slots available for each session. Once the sessions are full, families can then sign up to be added to the waitlist for upcoming tours. The waitlist members will be notified when they have been added to the next mini tour date.  

    The link to sign up for the tour:

    Waitlist Link:

    Prospective students can qualify to attend Riverwood under the following guidelines:

    • Live with a parent or guardian within the Riverwood attendance zone (attendance zone map)
    • Be a Fulton County student from any attendance zone that is accepted into Magnet Program for International Studies 
  • Riverwood International Charter School

    International Studies Magnet Program Information

    Please read! Magnet Program Qualification are as follows:

    Applicant must be currently zoned to attend a Fulton County school or enrolled at Ridgeview Charter Middle School

    Applicant must satisfy the following:
    * Present at least an 80(B) in Language Arts, Social Studies, and World Language, based on first-semester 8th grade grades
    * Present at least an 80(B) in all other subjects, based on first-semester 8th-grade grades
    * Submit the online application for Riverwood

    * Submit all required supporting documentation including essay, transcript, test scores, and discipline record before January 15

    Magnet Program acceptance letters are to be mailed to prospective students mid-February


  • For Prospective Student/Parent Information Session Questions & Magnet Program Questions

    Contact Assistant Administrator, Dr. Theresa Brown: