Emily Stephens: My Story of Musical Memories
What’s your story? That could be a tough question for some of us, but 12-year-old Emily Stephens answers it with ease. Emily attends North Gwinnett Middle School and entered a photograph into this year’s National PTA Reflections Program. This is an arts program designed to give students an outlet... Read more
Gwinnett Technical College’s Enrollment Hits Record-Breaking High
For the second semester in a row, Gwinnett Technical College has recorded the highest enrollment numbers in the College’s 33-year history. More than 8,000 students across the region are drawing to the classrooms at Gwinnett Tech for exciting educational programs and career opportunities. Spring semester 2017 has taken a... Read more
GCPS Princial finalist for Georgia Principal of the Year Award
The Georgia Association of Secondary School Principals announced this year’s Principal of the Year Finalists, who included GCPS principal Dr. Tommy Welch.  The finalists are: Dara Bennett—Pierce County HS. Pierce County Dr. Tommy Welch—Meadowcreek HS, Gwinnett County Dr. Sean Kelly–Chapel Hill HS, Douglas County Dr. Tiffany Taylor,–Carver Road MS,... Read more
Gwinnett Student Wins HBCU Scholarship
A Gwinnett County student is the latest recipient of a Delta Community & KISS 104 HBCU Scholarship. Seventeen-year-old Joreal Eady, a senior at Discovery High School, accepted the $2,000 award from Delta Community CEO Hank Halter. Joreal is considering a degree in healthcare management, and has been accepted to... Read more
Academic Excellence, Biblical World View
When Loganville Christian Academy, LCA, opened its doors only 19 years ago, the goal was to create a school that was thoroughly academic and thoroughly Christian.  The PreK-12 Academy opened in 1998 with an enrollment of 68 students and has seen significant growth through the years.  Today, LCA is... Read more
Gwinnett Technical College Names Theresa Parker 2017 Instructor of the Year
Theresa (TC) Parker, who lives with her husband of 35 years in Grayson, was first introduced to the healthcare profession by a friend in the 1990s. She quickly developed a love of the operating room. In 1996 she graduated from Gwinnett Tech as a Surgical Technologist and started her... Read more
New Schools Reflect the Promise of Gwinnett
The Promise of Gwinnett, the theme of our 2016-17 civic engagement campaign, reflects the promise found in every Gwinnett County Public Schools student, and the promise we make to provide them with the highest-quality education possible. It’s a theme that is apparent in almost every activity underway in the... Read more
College Options for Everyone
You don’t have to leave the state for a premier college education. Georgia is home to all the higher education you’ll ever need. Whether it’s a community college, technical college or a premier state-of-the-art research institution, Georgia has college options for everyone. If picturesque natural beauty is what you’re... Read more
Cultivating a Heart of Service
Cultivating a deep desire to make a difference in the lives of others is considered an essential element of a Hebron Christian Academy education.  As HCA students grow and mature, they are encouraged to develop as Christian leaders – learning to see the needs of others through missions and... Read more
Choosing a School: a Lifetime of Memories Starts Right Here
Deciding where and when to send your child to school can sometimes be a tough decision. Am I ready to send my little 4 year old off to Pre-K or should I hang with them at home one more year? Will they be scarred for life if I wait... Read more