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Slideshow: Colleges & Universities

Georgia students benefit from a robust statewide network of colleges and universities, both public and private. In fact, you can earn every degree level – from associate to doctorate – without leaving the county. Which one of these options is perfect for you?

College Choices 101

Knowledge is power. You’ve probably heard that a million times, right? The more you know, the further you go. If you’re a high school student, maybe you always knew that your education wouldn’t end at high school. If you’re a parent, maybe you always assumed your child would go...

Infographic: GCPS Fast Facts and Honors

Financially Sound FY2019 Budget: $2.193 billion On average, the cost of educating one child in Gwinnett is $9,463 per year. The direct costs of instruction account for 70.8% of that amount. Putting it in perspective, of the state’s 10 largest school systems, GCPS had the 2nd lowest per-pupil expenditure in FY2017...

Congratulations GCPS Teachers of the Year!

  2018 Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year Dr. Doug Doblar Head Elementary School ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 2018 Elementary School Teacher of the Year Dr. Doug Doblar Head Elementary School Alcova Elementary School Jason Bishop Alford Elementary School Kelli O’Loughlin Anderson-Livsey Elementary School Jessica Askew Annistown Elementary School Vilmerlly Cosme Arcado Elementary School Nicole Trimble Baggett Elementary School Tracey Gatling* Baldwin Elementary School Courtlyn J. Harrison Beaver Ridge Elementary School Hilda Hernandez Benefield...

A ‘Promising’ New School Year

J. Alvin Wilbanks, CEO / Superintendent Gwinnett County Public Schools As Gwinnett County Public Schools prepares to welcome over 180,000 students and close to 12,000 teachers on August 6th, we also reflect with pride on the highlights of the past year. Here are but a few examples. We began 2017-2018 on an...

GCPS Ranks In Forbes’ Best Employers List

District is one of a handful of K-12 school districts to make the list.

Looking Ahead to all the ‘Lasts’

Next school year will be my last year at Peachtree Ridge. As I look ahead to next year, I can't wait for my classes, my extracurriculars, and most importantly college decisions. Next year, I will be in six AP classes, nine clubs, and three internships. Many people view that...

Digital Learning Day Across GCPS

Students across Gwinnett came together to experience a new way to conquer snow days.

The Digital Learning Experience

During the dawn of our new semester at Collins Hill, many students were caught off guard by the sudden appearance of cold weather in our area. Despite the shutdown of many local schools, Collins Hill amongst many other schools initiated the Digital Learning Program. Doing this prevented the need...

Rock Springs Rockets Take Off for the First Time

There is some exciting news from Rock Springs! A new club called First Lego League (FLL) is now in full swing at the elementary school. Fourth and fifth graders have the opportunity to participate in this exciting opportunity, and along the way, they get to learn many hard skills...

Slideshow: Colleges & Universities

Georgia students benefit from a robust statewide network of colleges and universities, both public and private. In fact, you can earn every degree level – from associate to doctorate – without leaving the county. Which one of these options is perfect for you?

College Choices 101

Knowledge is power. You’ve probably heard that a million times, right? The more you know, the further you go. If you’re a high school student, maybe you always knew that your education wouldn’t end at high school. If you’re a parent, maybe you always assumed your child would go...

Infographic: GCPS Fast Facts and Honors

Financially Sound FY2019 Budget: $2.193 billion On average, the cost of educating one child in Gwinnett is $9,463 per year. The direct costs of instruction account for 70.8% of that amount. Putting it in perspective, of the state’s 10 largest school systems, GCPS had the 2nd lowest per-pupil expenditure in FY2017...

Congratulations GCPS Teachers of the Year!

  2018 Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year Dr. Doug Doblar Head Elementary School ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 2018 Elementary School Teacher of the Year Dr. Doug Doblar Head Elementary School Alcova Elementary School Jason Bishop Alford Elementary School Kelli O’Loughlin Anderson-Livsey Elementary School Jessica Askew Annistown Elementary School Vilmerlly Cosme Arcado Elementary School Nicole Trimble Baggett Elementary School Tracey Gatling* Baldwin Elementary School Courtlyn J. Harrison Beaver Ridge Elementary School Hilda Hernandez Benefield...

A ‘Promising’ New School Year

J. Alvin Wilbanks, CEO / Superintendent Gwinnett County Public Schools As Gwinnett County Public Schools prepares to welcome over 180,000 students and close to 12,000 teachers on August 6th, we also reflect with pride on the highlights of the past year. Here are but a few examples. We began 2017-2018 on an...

GCPS Ranks In Forbes’ Best Employers List

District is one of a handful of K-12 school districts to make the list.

Looking Ahead to all the ‘Lasts’

Next school year will be my last year at Peachtree Ridge. As I look ahead to next year, I can't wait for my classes, my extracurriculars, and most importantly college decisions. Next year, I will be in six AP classes, nine clubs, and three internships. Many people view that...

Digital Learning Day Across GCPS

Students across Gwinnett came together to experience a new way to conquer snow days.

The Digital Learning Experience

During the dawn of our new semester at Collins Hill, many students were caught off guard by the sudden appearance of cold weather in our area. Despite the shutdown of many local schools, Collins Hill amongst many other schools initiated the Digital Learning Program. Doing this prevented the need...

Rock Springs Rockets Take Off for the First Time

There is some exciting news from Rock Springs! A new club called First Lego League (FLL) is now in full swing at the elementary school. Fourth and fifth graders have the opportunity to participate in this exciting opportunity, and along the way, they get to learn many hard skills...