Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Some Information On Dacula Georgia

Located in Gwinnett county, the city of Dacula was originally inhabited by Native Americans at a place called Chinquapin Grove, where Dacula Elementary now stands. 

Its unusual name stems from two cities near it--Decatur and Atlanta. As both these cities were doing very well at the time, settlers thought it would be a good idea. Dacula was officially incorporated into Georgia as a city in 1905.

At only 2.9 square miles in area, Dacula still holds that small town feel and it is easy to feel at home here. At only a few miles from Buford, it is convenient to visit Mall of Georgia in Buford, or take a trip to Lake Lanier Islands and play at the waterpark and beach.

Schools in Dacula are: Fort Daniel Elementary School, Dyer Elementary School, Dacula Elementary School, Harbins Elementary School, Alcova Elementary School, Puckett's Mill Elementary School, Dacula Middle School, Dacula High School, and Mill Creek High School.

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