Johns Creek

In the early 19th century, the John’s Creek area was dotted with trading posts in what used to be Cherokee Indian territory. Today, it is the 10th largest community and one of the fastest growing cities in Georgia. Money Magazine named John’s Creek the “13th highest earning city” due to thriving businesses and being the home to several Fortune 500 companies.


John’s Creek has over 300 neighborhoods offering townhomes, single-family homes and luxury mansions with many amenities. With a community big on golf and tennis, more members of the Atlanta Lawn Tennis Association (ALTA) live in Johns Creek than any other Atlanta metro community. Residents are close to North Point Mall shopping, movie theaters and restaurants. The walkable city also offers several beautiful parks including Autry Mill Nature Preserve & Heritage Center.


Johns Creek offers 19 public schools and is part of the Fulton County School System, one of the oldest and largest districts in Georgia. Chattahoochee, River Trail, Medlock Bridge and Dolvin are all recipients of the Blue Ribbon National School of Excellence. Chattahoochee High School, Taylor Road Middle School and Haynes Bridge Middle School are Georgia Schools of Excellence. Northview High School is a recipient of the State AAAAA Governor’s Cup. Centennial, Chattahoochee and Northview High Schools are consistently named “Best High School” (Atlanta Magazine), “Top 1,000 High School” (Newsweek) and “Outstanding American High School” (US News & World Report).
  • Abbotts Hill, Barnwell, Dolvin and Findley Oaks Elementary Schools
  • Hillside, Medlock Bridge, Ocee and Norwood Elementary Schools
  • Shakerag, State Bridge Crossing and Wilson Creek Elementary Schools
  • Autrey Mill, Haynes Bridge, River Trail and Taylor Road Middle Schools
  • Centennial, Chattahoochee, Johns Creek and Northview High Schools
  • Mount Piscah Christian School, The Goddard School and Woodward Academy

Things To Do

  • Autrey Mill Nature Preserve & Heritage Center
  • Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area
  • Johns Creek Playhouse and Johns Creek Arts Center
  • Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra and Performing Arts North
  • Local parks – Newtown, Ocee and Shakerag
  • Newtown Park Amphitheatre – concerts and movies
  • The Forum on Peachtree Parkway and North Point Mall
  • Six golf facilities including the Atlanta Athletic Club
Only 30 miles outside Atlanta, John’s Creek is close enough to experience the city, yet far enough out to enjoy a quieter lifestyle. Johns Creek residents enjoy the best arts and entertainment including the Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra and the Arts Center as well as many outdoor activities. Residents have access to over 20 miles of trails, three parks and the Autrey Mill Nature Preserve & Heritage Center. The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area offers fishing and boating while golf enthusiasts enjoy top-tier courses including the Atlanta Athletic Club, home of the 2011 PGA Championship and the 2014 U.S. Amateur.

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