The Richmond County School Sytem is pleased to offer eSchool to Richmond County residents beginning in the 2021-22 school year. The Richmond County eSchool is a choice program for online learning open to students in grades 6th - 12th. eSchool will follow the same academic calendar as our face to face students.
To be successful eSchool students should be independent, strong readers, organized, and disciplined. Students will be required to make a one-year commitment, maintain academic status and attendance. Students will be able to participate in extracurricular activities and graduate from their zoned school.
eSchool applications are open from May 1 through May 31 and students will be selected through the lottery process. Students not selected to attend eSchool will be registered to attend clases at their zoned school.
The application is available at https://schoolchoice.rcss-k12.org/login
House Bill 251
Applications for the upcoming 2021-22 school year are no longer being accepted. The deadline for the application was May 1st, 2021. Decision letters for House Bill 251 will be mailed by USPS on May 14th. For more information about House Bill 251, please visit our HB251 site. Applications for the 2022-23 school year will be accepted November 1st, 2021 - May 1st, 2022.
Magnet Schools and Specialized Program
Please click the link for a digital copy of our 2021-2022 School Options Guide which outlines our school choice options, specialized programs, and dedicated magnet schools. You may also explore the links to the left for more information about specific programs.
In order to explore these choices further, the Richmond County School System will be hosting open houses at our various schools in November and December. Individual schools and programs have additional information on their websites as well.Welcome to the RCSS Magnet and Specialized Programs Information PageThank you for your interest in our outstanding magnet schools and specialized programs. We have a variety of programs to meet the needs of every student.Magnet Schools
A. R. Johnson Health Science & Engineering Magnet School
C. T. Walker Traditional Magnet School
John S. Davidson Fine Arts School
Richmond County Technical Career Magnet SchoolSpecialized Programs
Academy of Richmond County (IB Middle Years, Diploma, and Career-Related Programmes)
A. Dorothy Hains Elementary School (STEM)Copeland Elementary School (IB Primary Years Programme)Cross Creek High School (AP Academy and NJROTC)Garrett Elementary School (Arts Infusion)Goshen Elementary School (STEAM)Hephzibah Elementary School (IB Primary Years Programme)Hephzibah Middle School (IB Middle Years Programme)Hephzibah High School (IB Middle Years Programme)Lake Forest Hills Elementary School (IB Primary Years Programme)Langford Middle School (IB Middle Years Programme)Lucy C. Laney High School (Academy for Advanced Placement Studies)Spirit Creek Middle School (Robotics and Computer Programming)Tutt Middle School (Arts Infusion)Warren Road Elementary School (Arts Infusion)Westside High School (AP Academy)Magnet Schools vs Specialized ProgramsMagnet Schools: Public schools offering specialized instruction and programs. Magnet schools draw students from across the school system rather than the traditional school zones defined by the school board. Students wishing to attend a magnet school must complete the magnet application process and meet the required criteria.Specialized Programs: Specialized programs offered within comprehensive schools. Specialized programs operate as a “school within a school” or "whole school." In addition to serving their traditionally zoned students, specialized programs draw students from across the school system. Students wishing to attend a specialized program must complete the Magnet and Specialized Progams Application process and meet the required criteria.Questions? Call us at 706-826-1136 or email us at email@example.com.