Charles Brant Chesney Elementary School is easily accessible from Pleasant Hill Road and I-85. It is named after a…More Gwinnett County firefighter who taught fire prevention and fire safety to schoolchildren. Chesney, also a volunteer firefighter in Forsyth County, died in a fire in 1996. Students chose Sparky, a dalmation, as the school mascot.
The school, a part of Gwinnett County Public Schools, was named a Title I Distinguished School in 2009.
B.B. Harris Elementary School 3123 Claiborne Dr, Duluth, GA30096 This school opened in the fall of 1966 and was named for the late B.B. Harris, a longtime educator who was a principal…More of Duluth schools and a Gwinnett County school superintendent. His daughter Nancy Harris, now the mayor of Duluth, served as principal of B.B. Harris ES from 2003-2006. Dr. Lauri Burton is the current principal. The school's mascot is the Wildcat and its colors are purple and white. B.B. Harris ES is part of Gwinnett County Public Schools.
Chattahoochee Elementary School 2930 Albion Farm Rd, Duluth, GA30097 Chattahoochee Elementary School derives its name from the nearby Chattahoochee River. It is located on land that was…More once inhabited by the Cherokee Indians and later became part of the George Waters Plantation. A Gwinnett County Public School, Chattahoochee Elementary School belongs to the Duluth cluster of schools that uses the Wildcat as a mascot and purple as a school color. Other schools in the cluster include Berkeley Lake Elementary School, Chesney Elementary School, B.B. Harris Elementary School, Duluth Middle School and Duluth High School. Jeffrey Lee serves as the principal of Chattahoochee Elementary School.
Notre Dame Academy 4635 River Green Pkwy, Duluth, GA30096 Notre Dame Academy, sponsored by Marist, is a prestigious Catholic private school for children in kindergarten through…More grade five. The Academy combines a mixture of rigorous education, technological advancement and prayer to achieve its primary goal of "preparing students for jobs that don't yet exist." The school is an International Baccalaureate Programme world school and students are required to wear school-specific uniforms.
Duluth Middle School 3200 Pleasant Hill Rd, Duluth, GA30096 Duluth Middle School opened at its Pleasant Hill Road site in 2004 after relocating from 3057 Main St., which the…More Monarch School for special needs students now occupies. As a Gwinnett County Public School, Duluth MS is part of the Duluth Cluster and has the Wildcat as its mascot and purple and white as its school colors. Deborah Fusi serves as principal.
Monarch School 3057 Main St, Duluth, GA30096 The Monarch School moved into 3057 Main St. in Downtown Duluth in 2004 after Duluth Middle School relocated to its…More current Pleasant Hill Road location. The programs offered by the Monarch School previously had been housed in a different location in Norcross. The Monarch School serves special needs children (ages 3 to 5) and adults (18 to 21). A Gwinnett County Public School, Monarch is also the site of a federally funded Head Start program and state-funded Pre-K program. Dr. Barbara Martin serves as principal.
Hull Middle School 1950 Old Peachtree Rd, Duluth, GA30097 The namesake of Hull Middle School was Duluth businessman and philanthropist Richard Hull. He was instrumental in…More opening a health clinic in Duluth that later became Joan Glancy Hospital, now the Glancy Rehabilitation Center. A Gwinnett County Public School, Hull MS is in the Peachtree Ridge Cluster. Denise Showall serves as principal. The school's mascot is the Lion and the colors are blue and white with a red accent.