Houses for Sale near Central Gwinnett High School
Central Gwinnett High School serves households in the centermost area of the county, bordered along the north by University Parkway (GA Highway 316) and on the south by Sugarloaf Parkway with several local Gwinnett County Transit Stops that connect to major Metro Atlanta transportation hubs. Central Gwinnett High School, the Gwinnett County School of the Arts, is approximately 30 miles from South Midtown and 41 miles from Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. It is bordered along the northwest by Collins Hill, the northeast by Mountain View, the east by Dacula, the southeast by Archer, the south by Grayson, and the southwest by the Brookwood High School Cluster.
The Lawrenceville Lawn
Elementary Schools: Jenkins, Lawrenceville, Simonton and Winn Holt Elementary Schools
Middle Schools: Jordan Middle School, Moore Middle School
High Schools: Phoenix High School
Special Needs Schools: International Transition Center, Oakland Meadow School, Special Needs Schools of Gwinnett
Private Schools: Agape Junior Academy, Gerard Preparatory School
Montessori School: Stone Mill Montessori
Public Library: Lawrenceville Branch
Youth Sports: Lawrenceville Youth Association
Popular Dining: Blue Rooster, Bake Shop & Eatery, Boulder Creek Coffee, D'Floridian Cuban Cuisine & Bar, Dominick's Italian, Foggy Bottom BBQ, Ironshield Brewing, La Cazuela, Local Republic, Peachtree Café, Slow Pour Brewing Company, The 5 Spot Café, Uncle Jack's Tavern
Things to Do: Aurora Theater and Lawrenceville Performing Arts Center, Galactic Quest, Sparkles Skating and Family Fun Center
Rhodes Jordan Park is the center of recreation for many in the Central Gwinnett Area and it isn't due only to the park's facility of the same name. These 162 beautiful acres offer just about everything available in the entire award-winning Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation System, including fields for baseball, football, softball, and soccer (youth soccer available through I-9 Sports). Basketball and tennis courts are here along with classrooms, a community garden, a dance studio, a fishing lake, a gymnasium, and a kitchen. There's a gymnasium horseshoe pits, playgrounds, a pool, pavilions, and trails, both paved and unpaved. The Lawrenceville Lawn just up the road in the DTL (Downtown Lawrenceville) frequently hosts festivals, free movies, and popular acts at the beautiful amphitheater, but also serves as home to another playground, a volleyball court, and manicured open-air green space. Then there's Bartow Jenkins Park not far away where residents also enjoy a peaceful walking trail and bench seating in a beautiful forest setting that is ideal for meditation, prayer, and solitude. Clearly, the area served by Central Gwinnett High School is one of the best places in the county for outdoor enjoyment.
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