Roswell High School is one of 100 schools in the Fulton County School district. The Fulton County School System is one of the most unique school systems in the nation.
Roswell High School is located in the suburbs of Atlanta, about eighteen miles north of the city. Although the original Roswell High School was established in 1949, the current facility opened in the fall of 1990. Truly serving as a valuable resource for the Roswell community, the school enjoys a close relationship with the city of Roswell as well as many local businesses and civic organizations.
Roswell has been consistently recognized as one of Georgia’s top academic schools. With more than twenty AP courses offered, the school’s Advanced Placement Program is rated as one of the best in the country. Successful programs in athletics and the performing arts complement Roswell’s high academic achievements.
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As the fourth largest school system in Georgia, and the largest charter district, Fulton has more than 13,000 full-time employees, including more than 6,800 teachers and other certified personnel, who work in 100 schools and 14 administrative and support buildings. During the 2011-12 school year, approximately 93,000 students will attend classes in 58 elementary schools, 19 middle schools, 16 high schools (includes two open campus high schools) and 7 charter organizations (some charters have multiple campuses but are considered one school).