Funnybones for Dogs 4 Killian Hill Rd SW, Lilburn, GA30047 Funnybones for Dogs opened in 2004 to provide a safe and enjoyable extended stay experience for dogs. There are no…More veterinary services, but a vet is available 24 hours a day for any health problems that may arise. Funnybones for Dogs promises a cage-free experience for both day play and overnight stays. In addition, it offers parties for dogs along with grooming.
Lilburn Pizza 4030 Lawrenceville Hwy NW, Lilburn, GA30047 Lilburn Pizza offers a daily pizza buffet for $5.25, including pizza, pasta, salad and desserts. Located near the…More Walmart, this pizza shop has been serving tasty pizza since 2004. A large dining room with more than 50 tables awaits you and a special party table up front accomodates up to 12 patrons.
Mattresses and More 450 Beaver Ruin Rd NW, Lilburn, GA30047 Mattresses and More on Beaver Ruin Road is exactly what the name implies--selling mattresses along with bedroom, living…More room and dining room sets. In business since 2004, it is a Sealy and Simmons factory-authorized close-out mattresses dealer. It offers competitive prices and a one-year guarantee on close-out bedding.
Michelle's Family Hair Care 331 Rockbridge Rd NW, Lilburn, GA30047 Michelle's Family Hair Care is a full-service salon for women, men and children. The shop accepts walk-ins and…More appointments. Since 2004, owner Michelle Li has welcomed new customers to the shop in Lilburn.
AutoRama Pre-Owned Cars 332 Luxomni Rd NW, Lilburn, GA30047 AutoRama carries a select inventory of used cars and trucks, both domestic and foreign. Most cars are 2004 or newer…More with financing available for those with good, bad, or no credit. A family-owned business, AutoRama has three locations in the Metro Atlanta area and a complete repair and collision center to service your needs. If you have a specific make and model in mind that is not in the current inventory, contact Rusty or Mark and they will find it for you.
Variedades 950 Indian Trail Lilburn Rd NW, Lilburn, GA30047 Opened in 2004, Variedades is a small Salvadorian grocery and convenience store located in the Wellington Square…More shopping center, next to Celia's Beauty Salon, on Indian Trail Road just north of Dickens Road. Spanish for "variety", the store lives up to its name, with cosmetics, toys, herbs and spices, snacks, cold drinks, household products, and candy for sale. This family-owned store also provides public notary services for the Hispanic community.
They started as "Miners" and now they are "Patriots" at Rebecca Minor Elementary School, which has seen tremendous…More growth and change since opening in 1987. Minor has one of the most diverse student populations in the county, with students repesenting several ethnic and economic backgrounds.
Minor, named after a beloved teacher who reached out to her students in dynamic ways, embraces its diversity. Its annual International Night brings together families and students in a celebration of the communty's rich cultures.
Minor was named a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 2000 and a Georgia Title I Distinguished School in 2000 and 2009. It has achieved Adequate Yearly Progress rates every year since 2004-05.
Christina Wimmer has been principal since 2009. Minor is in the Berkmar High School Cluster.
Since 1970, when it opened on the land formerly owned by the area's first settlers (the McDaniel family), Lilburn…More Elementary School has been a melting pot of different cultures.
More than 50 countries and 34 languages are represented in the school's 1,340 students -- 77 percent of the student population speaks a language other than English.
The school has evolved over the years from rural to suburban to transient urban/suburban, but it has embraced its many changes.
A Georgia School of Excellence in 2006, Lilburn Elementary has faced its challenges head-on. The school has annually met the Adequate Yearly Progress standards since 2002 and has been recognized as a Georgia Title I Distinguished School since 2004.
Student-centered in its focus, the school has seen tremendous improvements in standardized test scores. For example, students in the English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program saw an increase of 15 points in math from 2007-08 to 2008-09.
Principal Wandy Taylor had been at the school since 2008.
The Lilburn City Park, located behind the Calvin Fitchett Municipal Complex, is a popular gathering place in Old…More Town.
The 10-acre park is at the heart of Lilburn activities, hosting city-sponsored events throughout the year. It's also where you'll find joggers, walkers, kids on playground equipment, tennis players, church picnickers, frisbee throwers and kite flyers. The park was recently renovated with a new track, upgraded playground equipment and decorative lighting and benches. The walking/jogging track, which has graveled and rubberized portions, is nearly a half-mile around its largest loop.
The tennis courts are open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis. Two courts may be reserved for ALTA and USTA play.
A large pavilion, built in 2004, is available for group rentals, with rates beginning at $60 for two hours for city residents and $85 for non-residents. For more information on pavilion rental visit the web site. There is also a large, open field, where outdoor events are frequently held, which offers plenty of room for a game of catch or to sit in the sun and enjoy a book. A covered bandstand with a raised stage adjoins the field.
Georgia Christian University has been located in Lilburn since 2004, but has a history that dates back to 1986 and…More includes several location and name changes. The school, founded by its president, Dr. Paul C. Kim, opened as the Immanuel Original Bible Institute in Alabama. In 1995, it moved to Alpharetta and changed its name to the School of Theological Seminary in Georgia. In 1998, it became the Georgia School of Theology and moved to Lawrenceville.
By the time the unversity moved to its current location just off Indian Trail Road, it had already been renamed Georgia Christian University. The university includes colleges of Theology, Christian Education, Mission Studies/World Christianity, Music, Business Management and ESOL.
Degrees offered: Associate's — Theology, Massage Therapy and ESOL. Bachelor's of Arts — Theological Studies, Christian Education, Music and Business Management. Master's — Theological Studies, Christian Education, Mission Studies/World Christianity. Doctoral — Ministry and Musical Arts.
Georgia Christian has two sister institutions located in the Republic of Korea (South Korea): Honam Theological University and Seminary, and Goodtree Character School. The enrollment consists mostly of students of Korean decent.
The newest school in the Lilburn area, Berkmar Middle School was built in 2004 to alleviate overcrowding at…More Sweetwater Middle School in Lawrenceville. Both schools feed into Berkmar High School.
Berkmar Middle, which is located directly across Larenceville Highway (U.S. 29) from the Lilburn Post Office, was built on former farm land, and a blacksmith shop from that farm still stands on school property.
The school serves a culturally diverse area, with Hispanics, African Americans, Asians and Caucasians represented in its enrollment. Hispanics (46 percent) and African Americans (37 percent) make up most of the student body.
The school has 14 sixth-grade classrooms, 13 seventh-grade classrooms, 14 eight-grade classrooms, five special education classrooms, four computer labs and fitness room/gymnasiums for students and faculty.
Kenney Wells is the principal.
Berkmar Middle has earned the honor of being a Title I Distingished School of Excellence. It was a 2009 Governor's Silver Award winner for Greatest Gain in students meeting and/or exceeding state standards.
While the school did well overall in the 2009-10 Criterium-Reference Competency Tests (84 percent met or exceeded standards in math and 92 percent in reading/language arts), it did not meet Adequate Yearly Progress standards for the first time in four years, according to Georgia Department of Education statistics, due to low marks among the subgroup of students with disabilities.