Gwinnett County prom 2018: When schools are having the big dance


Prom season is officially upon Gwinnett County.


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What is the pinnacle of some students’ high school career will be held for juniors and seniors on Saturdays throughout the spring. Here are the dates and locations for proms at Gwinnett County Public Schools high schools.

• Berkmar High School: April 28, no location available

• Brookwood High School: April 21, Forsyth Conference Center

• Central Gwinnett High School: March 24, Lake Lanier Islands

• Dacula High School: April 21, Fox Theater

• Discovery High School: April 28, no location available

• Duluth High School: April 28, no location available

• Grayson High School: April 14, Fernbank Museum of Natural History

• South Gwinnett High School: March 24, Fox Theater

• Meadowcreek High School: April 14, Georgia Railroad Freight Depot

• Mill Creek High School: May 12, no location available

• Mountain View High School: April 14, Ballroom at the Carlos Center

• North Gwinnett High School: May 5, Infinite Energy Center Grand Ballroom

• Parkview High School: April 28, J.W. Marriott Buckhead

• Peachtree Ridge High School: April 21, The Foundry at Puritan Mill 

• Shiloh High School: March 24, Hyatt Regency Atlanta Perimeter at Villa Christina

• Norcross High School: April 21, no location available

Information about Archer High School and Lanier High School was not immediately available. Collins Hill High School’s prom was held March 10 at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History.


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