Lilburn Middle School 4994 Lawrenceville Hwy NW, Lilburn, GA30047 For the fourth consecutive year, Lilburn Middle achieved state Adequate Yearly Progress standards in 2010, and 91.5…More percent of the student body met or exceeded Criterion-Reference Competency Test (CRTC) standards in Reading and Language Arts. A Title I Distinguished School, Lilburn Middle School's Parent Center informs parents about community and school matters and offers English lessons. Gene Taylor has been principal since 2008.
Lilburn Cooperative Ministry 5329 Five Forks Trickum Rd SW, Lilburn, GA30047 The Lilburn Cooperative Ministry, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, serves Lilburn, Mountain Park, Stone…More Mountain and parts of Tucker with food, clothing and emergency financial assistance to those in need. Founded in 1994, the Lilburn Coop, as it is called by its supporters, also provides school supplies, budget planning, employment services and follow-up support. It partners with dozens of local churches on various efforts throughout the year. Its Lily's Cloak thrift store offers low-cost clothing and other goods, with the revenue used to support the ministry. Monetary, food and clothing donations are accepted. Volunteers are welcome to work in the thrift store and to sort and collect donations. Donations of clothes and food are accepted in the rear of the building.
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.
City of Knowledge 4255 Lawrenceville Hwy NW, Lilburn, GA30047 City of Knowledge is a full-time Islamic school that has been serving the Lilburn community since 2006. The school's…More staff is dedicated to offering a caliber of education that matches or exceeds the scholastic excellence provided at other private institutions. The school currently offers classes for children aged pre-K through fifth grade.
Lilburn Cultural Arts Center 4230 Lawrenceville Hwy NW, Lilburn, GA30047 Lilburn Cultural Arts Center hosts productions starring adults and kids such as “High School Musical,”…More “The Odd Couple,” “Aida” and “Annie,” as well as dance workshops. The location features a 14,000-square-foot room which can hold 500 people seated around tables or 800 standing and can be rented for talent shows, meetings, dance recitals, classes, arts shows and other events and affairs.
Known as a biker bar with a regular clientele, the Zoo Tavern in Lilburn is located in the Indian Trail Square…More shopping center on Indian Trail Road, just south of Dickens Road.
For lunch and dinner, menu items include burgers, wings, and salads. The atmosphere is laid-back and fun, and the bar features pool tables, a jukebox, dart boards, and a few old-school arcade games. Well whiskey drinks are only $2.75.
Parkview Church 4875 Lilburn Stone Mountain Rd SW, Lilburn, GA30047 Located at the intersection of Arcado and Lilburn-Stone Mountain roads, Parkview Church is "a community of ordinary…More people who are finding all they need for life in the person of Jesus," according to the welcome message on its website. The church holds one worship service each Sunday, followed by fellowship and Sunday School. Parkview Church School, founded in 1992 as a ministry of the church, is a covenant community school that teaches Kindergarten through the eighth grade. As a member of the Child Light Schools Association, it sends 60 percent of its graduating eighth-graders to public school and 40 percent to private schools.