Lawrenceville is proud to be home to a number of higher educational opportunities, including Georgia Gwinnett College—the nation’s first four-year public college created in the 21st Century and Georgia’s first four-year public college to be established in over 100 years.
A number of private schools are located in Lawrenceville as well as within commuting distance.
View a list of Public Schools for Lawrenceville.
In addition to activities and entertainment, Lawrenceville and Metro Atlanta present numerous public and private educational options that groom students of all ages to pursue their dreams. Family-oriented and rooted in traditional values, Lawrenceville is also a significant professional and commercial center with close ties to educational institutions that address current and future workforce needs. A rich multicultural environment further rounds out the educational experience and prepares graduates for life ahead.
From pre-kindergarten through college, Georgia Public Schools deliver nationally recognized value to students and their parents through funding by the Georgia Lottery. The Georgia Pre-K Program ensures that quality education begins at pre-kindergarten through licensed childcare centers and home-based childcare.
Georgia's HOPE Scholarship
Georgia's HOPE Scholarship (HOPE for Helping Outstanding Pupils Educationally) awards scholarship and grants to Georgia students who maintain at least a B average with financial assistance in degree, diploma, and certificate programs at eligible Georgia public and private colleges and universities, and public technical colleges.
Please take advantage of the additional links under the school categories to learn more about public and private schools, colleges and universities in the area.