On March 19, district leaders and School Board members recognized the district’s transportation professionals for their service to Gwinnett students and their families.
Congratulations to Meadowcreek HS Media Specialist Cicely Lewis… GCPS’ 2019 Library Media Specialist of the Year!
Beginning next week, the Gwinnett County Board of Education will go on the road, as it does each year, meeting once in each Board member’s district.
Runners, do you think you have what it takes to descend more than 600 feet to the bottom of a rock quarry before you begin your climb out?
Registration is open for summer classes for high school students who need to catch up or want to get ahead.
Some of Gwinnett County’s best young artists took center stage during the recent Tapestry exhibition at the J. Alvin Wilbanks Instructional Support Center in Suwanee.
During the Gwinnett Science, Engineering + Innovation Fair, the Infinite Energy Center was brimming over with thoroughly researched projects, and the excitement was contagious!
An event celebrating some of Gwinnett County’s brightest students culminated with the naming of Gwinnett County’s STAR Students and Teachers in a four-way tie.
Throughout February, GCPS schools celebrated Black History Month and the many contributions of African Americans to our great nation.
GCPS teachers headed out of the classroom and into the workplace as they explored the ties between instruction and real-world career opportunities for their students.
Rising kindergartners have an opportunity to say “!Sí!” “Oui!” and “예!” with GCPS’ Dual Language Immersion (DLI) program.
Georgia lawmakers recently clarified the law to help keep children safe when they are loading or unloading school buses. This update is effective as of February of 2019.
The Gwinnett BOE approved the adoption of a bond resolution that will go directly toward capital improvement projects.
Strong achievement on AP exams is earning GCPS students college credit and gaining recognition for Gwinnett schools.
We salute GCPS counselors for their work to develop and elevate students’ skills and abilities in the areas of academics, careers, and personal growth.
The Atlanta Opera performed a bilingual adaptation of “The Barber of Seville” at several Gwinnett schools.
Check out the graduation schedule for Gwinnett’s 23 high schools.
Earlier this month, 72 GCPS school buses— emblazoned with messages about human trafficking—made their way through metro Atlanta traffic to Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Gwinnett students will be on both the giving and receiving ends of Super Kids-Super Sharing, a community service initiative sponsored by the NFL, the Falcons, the Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee, Verizon, and Infinite Energy Center.
Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) thanks the nearly 500 mentors who volunteer with the distict’s Community-Based Mentoring Program, making a powerful impact on our students.