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Main Office: 470-254-3829; Counseling Office: 470-254-3835

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Video: Answers to Your Dual Enrollment Questions


From the Fulton County Schools web site (https://www.fultonschools.org/enrollment):

New students are able to enroll during the Covid-19 school closure using the online enrollment application.  Once submitted, please contact your local school to complete the registration process.  Contact information is available on school websites.

Parents may upload documentation while completing the online application OR bring required documentation to their local school after buildings re-open. Parents should NOT visit local schools to register their student.


Fulton County Schools utilizes Online Registration powered by Infinite Campus.  

Online Registration applies to:

  • NEW students to Fulton County Schools

  • Students returning to Fulton County Schools

  • Existing students TRANSFERING to another Fulton County School


Parents/guardians may register for this school year 2019-2020 (start school immediately) OR the next school year 2020-21 (starting school August 2020).  Please select the appropriate school year when registering. 

Families registering at Northview High School, need to email Cathy Boatwright - boatwrightc@fultonschools.org when they have completed the On-Line Registration Form (OLR). Please include your OLR number in the email to Mrs. Boatwright.  Families registering for this school year will be registered as soon as possible.  Mrs. Boatwright will confirm receipt of emails from students registering for the 2020-21 school year and follow up with registration at a later date.

Please go to the Fulton County Schools web site to complete your OLR: https://www.fultonschools.org/enrollment.

After school ACT/SAT classes through Princeton Review

Students currently enrolled in these classes should have received information from Princeton Review on how to participate in online instruction.

National Army ROTC Scholarships for Class of 2020

The application to apply for Army ROTC scholarships opens in June for rising Seniors.  These scholarships go to participating ROTC schools throughout the U.S.  To find out more, go to https://www.goarmy.com/rotc/high-school-students/four-year-scholarship.html.

New Scholarship Opportunity for Class of 2020

The College Board has just announced their Opportunity Scholarships - The College Board Opportunity Scholarships guide you through the college planning process and offer you a chance to earn money for college for each action you complete. The College Board has specific college board-related activities that earn you credit for the steps.  The steps are:

(1) build your college list ($500)

(2) practice for the SAT on Khan Academy ($1,000)

(3) improve your SAT score ($2,000)

(4) strengthen your college list ($500)

(5) complete the FAFSA ($1,000)

(6) apply to colleges, and

complete your journey (all six steps) ($40,000)


You must register for the program through the College Board.  If you don't already have a College Board account, then create a College Board Account. Information is available online through https://opportunity.collegeboard.org/


This program is open to students regardless of their family income. At least half of all the scholarships (over $2 million) will be designated for students whose families earn less than $60,000 per year.