Gwinnett County Public Schools

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Gwinnett County Public Schools
Address
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]
Information
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
Website

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] In 2014, Gwinnett County Public Schools was nominated for the Broad Prize for Urban Education once again, the first school district to have won the Broad Prize before and was nominated again in its first year eligible to win the prize.

Schools[edit]

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]

References[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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