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 International Skills Diploma Seal



In today’s global marketplace, it is important for students to acquire the interdisciplinary skills they need to be globally competent and competitive. The International Skills Diploma Seal is awarded to graduating high school students who complete an international education curriculum and engage in extracurricular activities and experiences that foster the achievement of global competencies. It is a signal to employers and higher education institutions that a student is prepared to participate in the global economy.



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World Languages

  • ​At least three credits in the same world language and/or ESOL

International Focus

  • At least four credits in courses determined to have an international focus, such as international economics, world/non-US history, world geography, etc.
  • At least four extracurricular activities and experiences with global themes and/or in global contexts (e.g., exchange programs, international and language clubs, travel abroad)
  • Twenty hours of community service involving a global/cross-cultural public service project
  • Capstone presentation on the knowledge gained in the courses and activities listed above


December 15:

Deadline for schools to apply to become eligible to award the International Skills ​Diploma Seals to qualifying graduating high school seniors

February 1:

Schools notified of application status 

April 15:

Schools evaluate credentials of interested candidates and report list of qualifying candidates to GaDoE


Schools award the International Skills Diploma Seal 

Awards Ceremony (TBD)


ISDS School Application for 2016-2017

Evaluation Rubric​

Frequently Asked Questions

Approved ISDS High Schools

Congratulations to our first approved ISDS high schools:
Academy of Richmond County (Richmond County)
Bremen HS (Bremen City)
Brunswick HS (Glynn County)
Bryan County HS (Bryan County)
Buford HS (Buford City)
Campbell HS (Cobb County)
Centennial HS (Fulton County)
Central HS (Carroll County)
Charles Drew HS (Clayton County)
Chattahoochee HS (Fulton County)
Cherokee HS (Cherokee County)
Douglas County HS (Douglas County)
Druid Hills HS (DeKalb County)
Dutchtown HS (Henry County)
Eagle's Landing HS (Henry County)
East Coweta HS (Coweta County)
East Paulding HS (Paulding County)
Elite Scholars Academy (Clayton County)
Etowah HS (Cherokee County)
Forest Park HS (Clayton County)
Glynn Academy (Glynn County)
Greenbrier HS (Columbia County)
Grovetown HS (Columbia County)
Hardaway HS (Muscogee County)
Heard County HS (Heard County)
Hiram HS (Paulding County)
Johns Creek HS (Fulton County)
Johnson HS (Hall County)
Johnson HS (Savannah Chatham)
Jonesboro HS (Clayton County)
Kendrick HS (Muscogee County)
Lake Oconee Academy (Greene County)
Lakeside HS (Columbia County)
Lithia Springs HS (Douglas County)
Locust Grove HS (Henry County)
Lovejoy HS (Clayton County)
Marietta HS (Marietta City)
Martha Ellen Stilwell School of the Arts (Clayton County)
McIntosh HS (Fayette County)
Morrow HS (Clayton County)
Mount Zion HS (Clayton County)
Mundy's Mill HS (Clayton County)
North Atlanta HS (Atlanta Public Schools)
North Clayton HS (Clayton County)
North Cobb HS (Cobb County)
North Paulding HS (Paulding County)
Northside HS (Muscogee County)
Ola HS (Henry County)
Paulding County HS (Paulding County)
Pope HS (Cobb County)
Riverdale HS (Clayton County)
Savannah Arts Academy (Savannah-Chatham)
Shaw HS (Muscogee County)
South Forsyth HS (Forsyth County)
South Paulding HS (Paulding County)
Sprayberry HS (Cobb County)
Stockbridge HS (Henry County)
Walton HS (Cobb County)
West Hall HS (Hall County)
Windsor Forest HS (Savannah-Chatham)
Woodland HS (Henry County)
Woodstock HS (Cherokee County)
Woodville-Tompkins Technical & Career HS (Savannah-Chatham)

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Contact Information

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Patrick Wallace

Program Specialist

World Languages and Global Workforce Initiatives

Phone: 404-651-8373