Denmark High School (Georgia)

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Denmark High School
645 Mullinax Road

Georgia, 30004

United States
Coordinates34°09′09″N 84°13′45″W / 34.15250°N 84.22917°W / 34.15250; -84.22917
TypePublic school
School districtForsyth County Schools
PrincipalHeather Gordy[1]
Grades9-11 (inaugural)
EnrollmentThe school building has the capacity to hold 2,500 students =
Color(s)Baby Blue, Black, White
AthleticsMaintains equestrian facilities from the former landowners for veterinary science course offerings.
MascotGreat Dane ("Danes")
RivalWest Forsyth High School

Denmark High School is a public high school in Forsyth County, Georgia, United States, and its construction was finished in August 2018. Denmark was opened with the main purpose of relieving the issue of overcrowded schools in South Forsyth High School and West Forsyth High School.[2] It is named after the late Leila Daughtry Denmark (1898-2012), who was one of the first female pediatricians in Georgia and retired in 2001 at the age of 103.[3][4]

Denmark Cluster[edit]

Denmark High School is associated with the following schools in the Forsyth County Schools System.

  • DeSana Middle
  • Piney Grove Middle
  • Big Creek Elementary
  • Brandywine Elementary
  • Brookwood Elementary
  • Midway Elementary
  • Shiloh Point Elementary


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  2. ^ "About Us / Overview". Retrieved 2018-08-14.
  3. ^ ""Forsyth County's New High School"". Forsyth County News. Retrieved November 6, 2016.
  4. ^ Kim, Williamson. "Dr. Leila Denmark – New High School in Forsyth County dedicated to the long career of beloved pediatrician, mentor and educator". UpInCumming. Retrieved 22 November 2016.