These are the largest middle schools in Gwinnett County

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These are the largest middle schools in Gwinnett County

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Dr. Derek Schroll (right) watches students arrive for their first day of school at Coleman Middle School at 3057 Main Street in Duluth. Coleman Middle is one of the smaller schools in the Gwinnett County School District, with 777 students this year.

In Georgia’s largest school district, middle schoolers make up the smallest portion of the enrollment. Gwinnett County has 42,764 students in its 36 middle schools and middle school programs, new district data shows.

The largest of those schools is North Gwinnett Middle School, in Sugar Hill. The school had 2,202 students when the district conducted its post-Labor Day count on Sept. 5. The second-largest school, Richards Middle School in Lawrenceville, had 2,158, according to data provided by Gwinnett County Public Schools.

Lilburn’s Trickum Middle School had just 20 fewer students, 2,138, putting it in third place. Creekland Middle School in Lawrenceville was fourth-largest with 2,106 students, and Twin Rivers Middle School in Buford was fifth with 1,997 students.

The full list of middle schools by enrollment is below:

  1. North Gwinnett Middle School: 2,202 
  2. Richards Middle School: 2,158 
  3. Trickum Middle School: 2,138 
  4. Creekland Middle School: 2,106 
  5. Twin Rivers Middle School: 1,997 
  6. McConnell Middle School: 1,929 
  7. Shiloh Middle School: 1,844 
  8. Lilburn Middle School: 1,742 
  9. Osborne Middle School: 1,730 
  10. Summerour Middle School: 1,710 
  11. Dacula Middle School: 1,633 
  12. Sweetwater Middle School: 1,492 
  13. Duluth Middle School: 1,453 
  14. Lanier Middle School: 1,447 
  15. Radloff Middle School: 1,381 
  16. Crews Middle School: 1,374 
  17. Pinckneyville Middle School: 1,311 
  18. Grace Snell Middle School: 1,263 
  19. Hull Middle School: 1,251 
  20. Berkmar Middle School: 1,182 
  21. Bay Creek Middle School: 1,141 
  22. Five Forks Middle School: 1,112 
  23. Couch Middle School: 1,049 
  24. Northbrook Middle School: 1,028 
  25. Jones Middle School: 981 
  26. Jordan Middle School: 944 
  27. Moore Middle School: 930 
  28. Snellville Middle School: 882 
  29. Coleman Middle School: 777 
  30. Gwinnett Conline Campus: 282 
  31. New Life Academy: 121 
  32. GIVE (Gwinnett Intervention Education) West: 71 
  33. GIVE (Gwinnett Intervention Education) East: 50 
  34. The BRIDGE (special education program): 30 
  35. Inetrnational Transition Center: 17 
  36. Oakland Meadow School: 6

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