Centerville Elementary School 3115 Scenic Hwy S, Snellville, GA30039 Centerville Elementary is one of Atlanta's biggest school districts in the Gwinnett County area. Started in 1974,…More this school is partners with many business and organizations. Please visit the website for more details about the school's organization and schedule. The principal is Kimberly McDermon.
Norton Elementary School 3050 Xavier Ray Ct, Snellville, GA30039 R.L. Norton Elementary opened to alleviate crowding at nearby Annistown and Centerville elementary schools in southern…More Gwinnett County. The school is named for a former school board member, Robert Lee Norton, who served as a long-time trustee of Centerville Elementary School. The school's vision is to be a community that creates life-long learners. In addition to student engagement, the school also has a resource center for parents.
Anderson-Livsey Elementary School 4521 Centerville Highway, Snellville, GA30039 Located outside the city of Snellville in the Centerville area, Anderson-Livsey Elementary School is named for two…More well-known families in Gwinnett County history. It helps students become lifetime learners, and its mission, in part, it to "provide an enriching and challenging learning environment that positively impacts and supports the academic and social growth of all students." The $11 million school site rests on about 31 acres.
Shiloh Elementary School 2400 Ross Rd, Snellville, GA30039 Located near the edge of Snellville near the DeKalb County line, Shiloh Elementary School was built to reduce crowded…More conditions at Centerville and Annistown elementary schools. The school was named for the Shiloh neighborhood and the Shiloh Baptist Church, which taught African-American children from a small schoolhouse from the late 1800s to the mid 1950s. The school's moto is "strong minds, strong hearts, strong communities."
Located on Centerville Highway in Snellville, The Sunshine House provides early childhood education and before- and…More after-school care for infants aged 6 weeks to 12-years-old. Founded in 1975 by two public school teachers who were looking for a better educational environment for their child, the school provides individualized learning with a focus on providing a loving environment to build the self esteem of each child. The school partners with each family to further facilitate specialized learning and encourages parents to drop-in whenever they wish.
Additional programs include dance, art, foreign language, summer camp and Quest Zone, an on-site program at select elementary schools which provide help with homework and facilitates fun playtime activities.