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.