The City of Roswell is rich with history. It was founded by Roswell King in 1836 and occupied by Union soldiers in 1864. Roswell is now Georgia’s eighth largest city and was named as one of the “best places to live in the Metro-Atlanta area” by Atlanta Magazine. This area has expanded over the last twenty years and now offers homes in every style including historic houses, new construction, and luxury mansions.
Historic downtown Roswell is lined with a vibrant dining and art scene. Canton Street—with shops, art galleries, restaurants and cafes—has been named a “Great Place In Georgia”. The City of Roswell also has thirteen parks with over 900 acres of parkland and recreation facilities for all families to enjoy. One of the most beautiful areas is the Old Mill Park near Roswell’s historic district.
- Sweet Apple, Hembree and Mimosa Elementary Schools
- Mountain Park and Roswell North Elementary Schools
- Elkes Point and Crabapple Middle Schools
- Roswell High School
- The Cottage School
- Village Montessori School
- Blessed Trinity Catholic School
- High Meadows School
- St Francis Day School