Dedicated Magnet Schools
A.R. Johnson Health Science & Engineering Magnet School
A.R. Johnson is a public magnet school in the Richmond County School System serving students in grades 6 – 12. Armed with academic excellence, students have the opportunities to explore and enhance their competencies in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics related professions. Students are admitted on selective criteria based upon prior school record, academic testing, and a significant interest in Math and Science.
C.T. Walker Traditional Magnet School
C.T. Walker Traditional Magnet School serves students in grades K – 8. The school has a long and proud tradition of academic excellence spanning over thirty years. C.T. Walker has been named a Georgia School of Excellence and a National Magnet School of Distinction. C.T. Walker strives to instill the qualities of respect, patriotism, responsibility, and communication.
John S. Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School
Established in 1981, Davidson Fine Arts is a public magnet school in the Richmond County School System serving students in grade 6 – 12. Students attending Davidson are expected to explore all fine arts areas, but they may specialize in one or more fields during their high school years. Courses are tracked from introductory/exploratory to advanced levels in each area.
Richmond County Technical Career Magnet School
RCTCM is a public magnet school in the Richmond County School System serving students in grades 6 – 12. Students are admitted on selective criteria based upon prior school record, academic testing, and interest in Cybersecurity, Culinary Arts, Networking, Energy (Engineering), Audio/Video Technology & Film, Business, and Robotics. RCTCM is adjacent to Augusta Technical College, where almost 20% of our students participate in Dual Enrollment.