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Gwinnett County Schools Among the Top for SAT Scores

gwinnett-county-public-shools-district-logoStudents in Gwinnett County Public Schools continue to excel on the SAT! In 2014, test-takers in Gwinnett earned scores higher than the state and national averages on all four portions of the test, including math, reading, and critical writing.

Gwinnett’s average composite SAT score in 2014 was 1497, which is 47 points above the state average of 1450 and 7 points greater than the national average of 1490. In the past five years, the number of students in Gwinnett taking the SAT has increased by 12%, indicating that more students in the county are interested in attending college.

Richardson Housing Group (RHG) understands that your children’s education is one of your biggest investments. RHG is proud to build new homes in excellent school districts, providing your family with the best educational opportunities in metro Atlanta. If you are looking for a new home with access to excellent schools, visit one of our incredible communities in Gwinnett County!

Ashbrook – In Closeout, offering new homes in Loganville from the $200s

Brookside Crossing – New homes in Auburn from the $200s

Castleberry Hills – Coming Soon, with new homes in Buford from the $200s

Kelly Mill – In Closeout, offering new homes in Loganville from the $170s

Mulberry Springs – In Closeout, offering new homes in Dacula from the mid $200s

Nichols Glen – Coming Soon, offering new homes in Dacula from the $200s

Sierra Creek – Coming Soon, offering new homes in Hoschton

Richardson Housing Group builds new homes in Atlanta. For more information on our new home communities in Gwinnett and Jackson Counties, including available homes, photos, floorplans, and more, visit us online at To keep up-to-date on the latest news and offerings by RHG Homes, check us out on Facebook at You can also catch up with us on Twitter and see footage of our beautiful new homes and communities on YouTube!


Source: Gwinnett County Public Schools

Photo Source: AJC