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Duluth High School areas, around 26 miles from South Midtown Atlanta and 36 miles from Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, span along the Western Gwinnett County border to the left of I-85 North a short period before the merger with Georgia 316. The cluster is also accessible from Buford Hwy 23, Duluth Hwy 120, Peachtree Industrial Boulevard and Pleasant Hill Road with Gwinnett County Transit offering local stops from Gwinnett Place Mall. The area is convenient to the Indian Trail and Sugarloaf Park & Ride lots.
Elementary Schools: Berkeley Lake, Chattahoochee, Chesney, Harris
Middle Schools: Coleman, Duluth
Charter Schools: New Life Academy of Excellence
Private Schools: Duluth Adventist Christian School, Notre Dame Academy, SKA Academy of Art and Design
Special Needs Schools: International Transition Center
Parks: Bunten Road, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area at Abbotts Bridge, Chattapoochee Dog Park, Church Street, Festival Center, Pinckneyville, Rogers Bridge, Scott Hudgens, Shorty Howell, Taylor, West Gwinnett, WP Jones
Public Library: Duluth Branch
Popular Destinations Nearby: Aldi, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Big Lots, Costco, Great Wall Supermarket, H-Mart, JUSGO Supermarket, Kohl's, Kroger, Lidl, Macy's, Marshalls, Mega Mart, Ollie's Bargain Outlet, Publix, SAM's Club, Sprouts, Staples, Walmart
Popular Dining: Armando's Caribe, Breakers Korean BBQ, Chef Wong, Good Word Brewing & Public House, Masterpiece, Nacho Daddy, Sun & Moon Café, Pure Taqueria, Taco Mac, The Coffee by Hand, SWEET HUT Bakery & Cafe, The Juicy Crab,
Things to Do: Atlanta Coliseum, Pirates Cove Adventure Golf,
Gwinnett County Parks, those either owned or managed by the City of Duluth, even the National Park Service, are available for inside and outdoor use within the Duluth High School Cluster, providing gathering space for a variety of functions. Local athletes benefit from baseball, football and softball fields, basketball, tennis and volleyball courts while a roller hockey rink and other skating facilities are also available for use. Some water enthusiasts from all around Atlanta enjoy the boat ramps at the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area at Abbotts Bridge and the one at Rogers Bridge Park while the aquatic center, interactive fountains, lakes and ponds appeal to others. Many residents enjoy the community garden, dog parks, pavilions with grills, playgrounds and trails while others prefer inside activities in the classrooms, gymnasium, kitchen, dance and pottery studios. Please ask me about the youth sports leagues available at Bunten, Pinckneyville and Shorty Howell Parks along with more information on the park events planned for for the remainder of the year.
Tubing the Chattahoochee from Rogers Bridge Park