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GCPS Ranks In Forbes’ Best Employers List

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

Digital Learning Day Across GCPS

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

These Cupcakes Are for Everyone, Not Just Divas

Nothing brings people together like the sweet concoctions created at Cupcake Diva Girlz in Dacula, Georgia. The owner, Ramona Hampton, created this locally renowned bakery shop with her own culinary skills and motivation, and runs it with the help of her family. Although the exterior of the bakery leaves...

Italian Pie: Love at First Bite

The restaurant Italian Pie has never failed to please my family with its delicious pizza. Its unique New York style pizza keeps customers going in for more. Not only do they serve pizza, they also have various Italian dishes. A couple of years ago Italian Pie was established on...

Teaching’s the Limit

Dr. Brenda King always wanted to be an actuarial analyst, but after having kids and being their first teacher, she discovered that teaching was her true calling. She wanted to make a difference and she realized that that's something she couldn't do by making financial statements. So, she left...

GCPS Has Ga School Nurse of the Year

Fran Overdyke, a longtime GCPS nurse, has been named Georgia School Nurse of the Year,

Hawks vs. Falcons Square Off in Food Fight

Last school year, Mill Creek and Dacula high schools turned their long-lasting rivalry on the field into a competitive "food fight." This event pitted the two schools against each other to see whose students could collect the most canned goods for a local food bank. Together, both schools collected over...

Friday Night Food Fight Unites High Schools

Rivalries are often characterized by animosity and tend to create separation within a community, but two local schools are actively changing this. Dacula High School and Mill Creek High School have established a way to use their intense hometown rivalry as a fuel for philanthropy through a good old-fashioned...

GCPS to Delay Dismissal By One Hour for Eclipse

The move will help ensure safe eclipse viewing and dismissal of students.

GCPS is AP District of the Year

The College Board named GCPS the Advanced Placement District of the Year.
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GCPS Ranks In Forbes’ Best Employers List

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

Digital Learning Day Across GCPS

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

These Cupcakes Are for Everyone, Not Just Divas

Nothing brings people together like the sweet concoctions created at Cupcake Diva Girlz in Dacula, Georgia. The owner, Ramona Hampton, created this locally renowned bakery shop with her own culinary skills and motivation, and runs it with the help of her family. Although the exterior of the bakery leaves...

Italian Pie: Love at First Bite

The restaurant Italian Pie has never failed to please my family with its delicious pizza. Its unique New York style pizza keeps customers going in for more. Not only do they serve pizza, they also have various Italian dishes. A couple of years ago Italian Pie was established on...

Teaching’s the Limit

Dr. Brenda King always wanted to be an actuarial analyst, but after having kids and being their first teacher, she discovered that teaching was her true calling. She wanted to make a difference and she realized that that's something she couldn't do by making financial statements. So, she left...

GCPS Has Ga School Nurse of the Year

Fran Overdyke, a longtime GCPS nurse, has been named Georgia School Nurse of the Year,

Hawks vs. Falcons Square Off in Food Fight

Last school year, Mill Creek and Dacula high schools turned their long-lasting rivalry on the field into a competitive "food fight." This event pitted the two schools against each other to see whose students could collect the most canned goods for a local food bank. Together, both schools collected over...

Friday Night Food Fight Unites High Schools

Rivalries are often characterized by animosity and tend to create separation within a community, but two local schools are actively changing this. Dacula High School and Mill Creek High School have established a way to use their intense hometown rivalry as a fuel for philanthropy through a good old-fashioned...

GCPS to Delay Dismissal By One Hour for Eclipse

The move will help ensure safe eclipse viewing and dismissal of students.

GCPS is AP District of the Year

The College Board named GCPS the Advanced Placement District of the Year.