Gwinnett County Public Schools

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Gwinnett County Public Schools
437 Old Peachtree Road Northwest
Suwanee, Georgia, 30024-2978
United States
Coordinates 34°00′06″N 84°04′23″W / 34.001575°N 84.073184°W / 34.001575; -84.073184Coordinates: 34°00′06″N 84°04′23″W / 34.001575°N 84.073184°W / 34.001575; -84.073184[1]
Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks
Faculty 8,040[2]
Grades Pre-school - 12
Enrollment 161,000[2]
Accreditations Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
Georgia Accrediting Commission
Telephone (678) 301-6000

Gwinnett County Public Schools is a school district operating in Gwinnett County, Georgia, USA. GCPS is the largest school system in Georgia,[3] with 123 schools and an estimated enrollment of 161,000 students for the 2010-2011 year. GCPS is estimated to be the 14th largest school district in the U.S.[4] The district has its headquarters in an unincorporated area near Suwanee.[5] GCPS was the winner of the 2010 Broad Prize for Urban Education.[6][7]


The district's schools are grouped into 18 geographical attendance zones referred to as "clusters." Each cluster includes one high school and is named for the high school.[3]

Archer cluster[edit]

  • W.J. Cooper Elementary School
  • Harbins Elementary School
  • Lovin Elementary School
  • J.P. McConnell Middle School
  • Archer High School

Berkmar cluster[edit]

  • Alford Elementary School
  • Benefield Elementary School
  • Bethesda Elementary School
  • Corley Elementary School
  • Kanoheda Elementary School
  • Minor Elementary School
  • Berkmar Middle School
  • Sweetwater Middle School
  • Berkmar High School

Brookwood cluster[edit]

Central Gwinnett cluster[edit]

  • Cedar Hill Elementary School
  • Jenkins Elementary School
  • Lawrenceville Elementary School
  • Simonton Elementary School
  • Winn Holt Elementary School
  • Moore Middle School
  • Richards Middle School
  • Central Gwinnett High School

Collins Hill cluster[edit]

Dacula cluster[edit]

  • Alcova Elementary School
  • Dacula Elementary School
  • Freemans Mill Elementary School
  • Mulberry Elementary School
  • Dacula Middle School
  • Dacula High School

Duluth cluster[edit]

Grayson cluster[edit]

  • Grayson Elementary School
  • Pharr Elementary School
  • Starling Elementary School
  • Trip Elementary School
  • Bay Creek Middle School
  • Couch Middle School
  • Grayson High School

Lanier cluster[edit]

Meadowcreek cluster[edit]

  • Ferguson Elementary School
  • G.H. Hopkins Elementary School
  • Lilburn Elementary School
  • Meadowcreek Elementary School
  • Nesbit Elementary School
  • Rockbridge Elementary School
  • Lilburn Middle School
  • Louise Radloff Middle School
  • Meadowcreek High School

Mill Creek cluster[edit]

Mountain View cluster[edit]

Norcross cluster[edit]

North Gwinnett cluster[edit]

  • Level Creek Elementary School
  • Riverside Elementary School
  • Roberts Elementary School
  • Suwanee Elementary School
  • North Gwinnett Middle School
  • North Gwinnett High School

Parkview cluster[edit]

  • Arcado Elementary School
  • Camp Creek Elementary School
  • Knight Elementary School
  • Mountain Park Elementary School
  • Trickum Middle School
  • Parkview High School

Peachtree Ridge cluster[edit]

  • Burnette Elementary School
  • Dr. M. H. Mason Jr. Elementary School
  • Jackson Elementary School
  • Parsons Elementary School
  • Richard Hull Middle School
  • Peachtree Ridge High School

Shiloh cluster[edit]

  • Anderson-Livsey Elementary School
  • Annistown Elementary School
  • Centerville Elementary School
  • Henry Partee Elementary School
  • Shiloh Elementary School
  • Shiloh Middle School
  • Shiloh High School

South Gwinnett cluster[edit]

Other programs[edit]

Several schools and programs operate outside of the clusters to serve specific student needs. These include the following:

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Free US Geocoder". Retrieved 2010-06-11. 
  2. ^ a b School Stats, Retrieved August 7, 2010.
  3. ^ a b Gwinnett County Public Schools, Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce website, accessed August 26, 2011
  4. ^ Gwinnett County Public Schools, Ga.; District Profile, Broad Prize website, accessed August 26, 2011
  5. ^ "GCPS Home." Gwinnett County Public Schools. Retrieved on February 23, 2010.[not in citation given]
  6. ^ 2010 Broad Prize Winner; Gwinnett County Public Schools, Georgia, Broad Prize website, accessed August 26, 2011
  7. ^ 2010 Broad Prize Awarded to Gwinnett County Public Schools; Georgia District Wins $1 Million in Scholarships, Four Finalists Each Win $250,000, Gwinnett County Public Schools website, accessed August 26, 2011

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