Fulton County School District 2016-17 Calendar


The 2016-17 school year has almost come and gone for the Fulton County School system. But there are still important dates for parents to mark on their calendars. 

  • Schools will be closed Feb. 17 and Feb. 20 for Presidents Day weekend.
  • Students will be off on March 10 and March 13 for Teacher Workday and Professional Development Day, respectively.
  • Spring break will be April 3-7. 
  • The last day of school will be May 25.

You can find more information about Fulton County Schools, such as test scores, graduation rates and school climate ratings at the Ultimate Atlanta School Guide. 


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