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A School Where Educating Is Our Number One Goal

Alphonsa Foward grew up in a two-parent household with his five siblings in Dayton, Ohio. His parents taught him and his siblings early on about the importance of independence and leadership, and education was held in especially high regard. He earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in...

Eight Students’ Dreams Coming True: Committing to College Sports...

Many kids grow up longing to be the next greatest college athlete. They want to be the next Trevor Lawrence or Tua Tagovailoa. Or maybe they dreamed of playing basketball and becoming the next RJ Barrett or Sabrina Ionescu. For these eight student-athletes from...

Four Wesleyan School Faculty Members Named GISA Master Teachers

The Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) has named four Wesleyan School faculty members GISA Master Teachers, the school announced today. Leah Baughn (middle school modern and classical languages), Kevin Kadzis (high school social science), Lisa McNearney (lower school music), and Madison Thomas (third grade...

Wesleyan School to Host “The Truth About College Admissions”...

Wesleyan School is hosting “The Truth About College Admissions,” an insider’s look at the college search and application process, on Wednesday, November 6 at 7 p.m. The event, led by Georgia Institute of Technology’s Rick Clark and Forbes contributor Brennan Barnard, will be held on Wesleyan’s campus...

Maggie Pruitt Named BCS Teacher of the Year

The title race for Buford City School's Teacher of the Year has ended. The school district recently announced its 2020 winner: Maggie Pruitt, who teaches Special Education at Buford High School. “I do not envy the difficult decision our esteemed panel of judges had...

NASSP Names Collins Hill Leader as 2020 National Principal...

Collins Hill High School’s Kerensa Wing honored during National Principals Month Kerensa Wing, principal at Collins Hill High School has been named the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) 2020 National Principal of the Year. The announcement took place at a surprise ceremony...

Teacher of the Year: Gwinnett search committee narrows field...

Six Gwinnett County Public Schools teachers have been announced as this year’s finalists for the Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year (TOTY) title. The finalists for the 2019-20 honor are Vivarine Argilagos of Lovin Elementary School, Ellen Hill of Dyer Elementary School, Anthony Dramis of Hull Middle...

Greater Atlanta Christian Students Earn National Merit Scholarship Recognition

Greater Atlanta Christian School recently announced that senior Nicolas Veltmaat of Duluth was named as a National Merit Semifinalist in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Competition. Mr. Veltmaat has been named among approximately 16,000 Semifinalists in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Semifinalists are...

Converge! 40+ Students Learn About Convergent Journalism in Intern...

Have you heard about Converge? Big things are happening! We recently had 40 students from all Gwinnett County Public Schools come together for Converge, our multi-media internship program. We talked about convergent journalism, our LoveGwinnett initiative, storytelling, and so much more. We're excited to see what these students...

Gwinnett Online Campus Assistant Principal honored for innovation

Christine Austin, an assistant principal at Gwinnett Online Campus, has been named a recipient of the 2019 Innovative Educator Prize. The competition recognizes teachers and school leaders who use blended and online learning to move beyond current constraints in...

A School Where Educating Is Our Number One Goal

Alphonsa Foward grew up in a two-parent household with his five siblings in Dayton, Ohio. His parents taught him and his siblings early on about the importance of independence and leadership, and education was held in especially high regard. He earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in...

Eight Students’ Dreams Coming True: Committing to College Sports...

Many kids grow up longing to be the next greatest college athlete. They want to be the next Trevor Lawrence or Tua Tagovailoa. Or maybe they dreamed of playing basketball and becoming the next RJ Barrett or Sabrina Ionescu. For these eight student-athletes from...

Four Wesleyan School Faculty Members Named GISA Master Teachers

The Georgia Independent School Association (GISA) has named four Wesleyan School faculty members GISA Master Teachers, the school announced today. Leah Baughn (middle school modern and classical languages), Kevin Kadzis (high school social science), Lisa McNearney (lower school music), and Madison Thomas (third grade...

Wesleyan School to Host “The Truth About College Admissions”...

Wesleyan School is hosting “The Truth About College Admissions,” an insider’s look at the college search and application process, on Wednesday, November 6 at 7 p.m. The event, led by Georgia Institute of Technology’s Rick Clark and Forbes contributor Brennan Barnard, will be held on Wesleyan’s campus...

Maggie Pruitt Named BCS Teacher of the Year

The title race for Buford City School's Teacher of the Year has ended. The school district recently announced its 2020 winner: Maggie Pruitt, who teaches Special Education at Buford High School. “I do not envy the difficult decision our esteemed panel of judges had...

NASSP Names Collins Hill Leader as 2020 National Principal...

Collins Hill High School’s Kerensa Wing honored during National Principals Month Kerensa Wing, principal at Collins Hill High School has been named the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) 2020 National Principal of the Year. The announcement took place at a surprise ceremony...

Teacher of the Year: Gwinnett search committee narrows field...

Six Gwinnett County Public Schools teachers have been announced as this year’s finalists for the Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year (TOTY) title. The finalists for the 2019-20 honor are Vivarine Argilagos of Lovin Elementary School, Ellen Hill of Dyer Elementary School, Anthony Dramis of Hull Middle...

Greater Atlanta Christian Students Earn National Merit Scholarship Recognition

Greater Atlanta Christian School recently announced that senior Nicolas Veltmaat of Duluth was named as a National Merit Semifinalist in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Competition. Mr. Veltmaat has been named among approximately 16,000 Semifinalists in the 65th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Semifinalists are...

Converge! 40+ Students Learn About Convergent Journalism in Intern...

Have you heard about Converge? Big things are happening! We recently had 40 students from all Gwinnett County Public Schools come together for Converge, our multi-media internship program. We talked about convergent journalism, our LoveGwinnett initiative, storytelling, and so much more. We're excited to see what these students...

Gwinnett Online Campus Assistant Principal honored for innovation

Christine Austin, an assistant principal at Gwinnett Online Campus, has been named a recipient of the 2019 Innovative Educator Prize. The competition recognizes teachers and school leaders who use blended and online learning to move beyond current constraints in...