Holly Springs in Cherokee County, Georgia

Cherokee

Recognized as one of the best places to raise a family in Georgia, Holly Springs is a beloved community that also was named the number three city for new families in the U.S. by Pennygeeks.com.

Holly Springs, GA Drive Times

Entertainment
Atlanta Braves - Truist Park
36 mins - (32.7 mi)
Mercedes Benz Stadium
49 mins - (44.4 mi)
Infinite Energy Center
53 mins - (28.8 mi)
Work Life
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Int. Airport
55 mins - (54.4 mi)
Quick Interstate Access
I-575
Average Commute Time
39 minutes
Shopping & Dining
Buckhead Shops/Dining
45 mins - (28.2 mi)
Lenox Square
44 mins - (27.8 mi)
Ponce City Market
49 mins - (43.9 mi)
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Holly Springs, Georgia Demographics

Familes & Kids

Families 76%
With Kids 43%

Median Age

35

Total Population

11,469

Male 5,448
Female 6,021

Travel to Work

Drive Alone
82%
Carpool
6%
Public Transit
1%
Walk
1%
Other
0%
Work at Home
11%

Holly Springs, Georgia Properties for Sale

Holly Springs Area Schools

Private Schools       Elementary Schools       Middle Schools       High Schools
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    Creekview High School

    1550 OWENS STORE ROAD; Canton, GA 30115
    Public 9th-12th  |  2,005 students
    Metro Atlanta School Rank: 32nd
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    Cherokee High School

    930 MARIETTA HIGHWAY; Canton, GA 30114
    Public 9th-12th  |  2,708 students
    Metro Atlanta School Rank: 80th
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    River Ridge High School

    400 Arnold Mill Rd; Woodstock, GA 30188
    Public 9th-12th  |  1,846 students
    Metro Atlanta School Rank: 52nd
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    Sequoyah High School

    4485 HICKORY ROAD; Canton, GA 30115
    Public 9th-12th  |  1,938 students
    Metro Atlanta School Rank: 45th

Nearby City & Neighborhoods

Ball Ground

Ball Ground is a beautiful city in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains that’s home to quaint shops, eateries and a mix of residential options.

Canton

The county seat of Cherokee County, Canton offers the perfect blend of historic charm and progressive opportunity, with a revitalized downtown that features a museum, arts center, heritage center and theater.  

Nelson

Located in both Cherokee and Pickens counties, Nelson was established in 1891 and is the “First Georgia Marble City.”

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