Top Ways to Help Your Child Succeed in School
Every parent wants his or her child to do well in school. To help kids excel academically, parental support is even more important than buying school supplies or clothes. Here are some ways parents or guardians can help their children get and stay on track to be successful students.... Read more
Mark Whitley Named New GWA Athletic Director
Current Parkview High School athletic director Mark Whitley, a longtime local high school coach and administrator, will be the new athletic director for George Walton Academy according to an announcement made by the schools administration this Tuesday. The announcement comes after a lengthy hiring process in which GWA coaches... Read more
Meet Shalyn Vanderhorst
Shalyn Vanderhorst's mother, Shannon, is an Atlanta native who moved to Gwinnett County to provide a better environment for her children and to take advantage of our great school system. Shalyn has certainly taken full advantage of her opportunities. She is 11 years old and this year alone she... Read more
Book Mobile Rolls into Gwinnett
An exciting new literacy-initiative-on-wheels rolled into Gwinnett on Saturday, May 13, at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) Book Mobile, held at the Barnes & Noble bookstore at the Mall of Georgia. The ribbon-cutting was part of a fun-filled weekend at the Barnes & Noble... Read more
Dance the Summer Away
Sugarloaf Performing Arts has a full slate of summer camps and intensive sessions geared to students from the youngest dancers to those who dance at a pre-professional or professional level. "We have camps designed for all ages, from three-year-olds to professionals," said Lori Zamzow-Wire, artistic director for Sugarloaf Performing... Read more
Riverside Military Academy
At Riverside Military Academy, we are not just a school; we are an organization that provides a life changing experience for young males. While there are many reasons to choose Riverside Military Academy, we're going to give you some you may not have thought of before. 5 Reasons Why... Read more
Best of Gwinnett 2016: Education & Childcare
Education opens the door to a better future. The first step is nurturing Gwinnett's youngest with opportunities to learn in a caring, safe environment. We're lucky to have some of the best childcare facilities in the country. From early childhood education to award-winning public and private schools, Gwinnett has... Read more
Getting Ready for Baby, Dad-Style
The arrival of your new little one is life-changing to be sure, but soon baby will be ready to get out and about and explore the big, wide world. If you're looking for a great way for Mini-Me to tag along on your next adventure, the Mission Critical Baby... Read more
Great Expectations
Pregnancy often inspires others to treat you with a host of well-deserved perks. Newly pregnant? Many women, from the moment that test comes back positive, already notice a tighter fit in their jeans. Others, energized with incredulous anticipation, don't sense their expanding bellies until months later. Either way, pregnancy... Read more
GCPS Principal 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