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CSRA Superintendents tour new Richmond County magnet school

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AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

Wednesday morning superintendents across the CSRA toured the new magnet school in Richmond County.

The state-of-the-art facility is home of the Richmond County Technical Career Magnet School on the Augusta Technical College's campus.

The school opened on January 3rd. It offers a variety of career courses including broadcasting and culinary arts.

More than 130 ninth graders are enrolled at the magnet school. Each year the school will add another grade through 12th grade. The school holds a capacity of 750 students.

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