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Friday Night Lights is Back! Did Your Team Win?

For many high schoolers, school doesn't really start until football season begins. Now that it's here, students are just itching for Fridays to come. The bright lights, the loud cheers, the face paint, the school traditions – it's too exhilarating! To make the season...

23-Year Teaching Veteran is Archer’s Top Educator this Year

The title of being Archer High School’s Teacher of the Year, so graciously earned by Mrs. Dyer, does not begin to encompass the impact she makes day in and day out, in both the community and the world. Starting her teaching career in 1995, Mrs. Dyer has dedicated 23 years...

Celebrate the Season at Archer’s Fall Festival

With Halloween just around the corner, there is no better way to get into the holiday spirit than by taking part in Archer High School's annual Fall Festival. On Oct. 25 at 5 p.m., the festival will begin in Archer's atrium, hosted by the school's clubs. Around the school there...

Retired GCPS Associate Superintendent Dr. Frances Davis Appointed to...

Upon the motion of District 4 Commissioner John Heard, the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners, on Tuesday, approved the appointment of retired Gwinnett County Public Schools Associate Superintendent Dr. Frances E. Davis to the Gwinnett Hospital Authority Board of Directors.  Heard, who made the appointment, said, “The Hospital Authority welcomes...

Bond Issue Would Fund Strategic Priorities

by J. Alvin Wilbanks, CEO/Superintendent // Gwinnett County Public Schools Gwinnett County Public Schools is focused on two important, related issues this fall— a General Obligation (G.O.) bond referendum to benefit all schools and the update of the school district’s “Strategic Priorities for 2010–2020.” Both initiatives will have a significant...

‘Food Fight’ Sparks Rival Week

With the arrival of football season, Friday night lights spark ample amounts of school spirit and excitement. Amid the buzz of the upcoming rivalry games of the season, Gwinnet student leaders joined forces to create something incredible --the Rival Week Food Fight. The idea originated from Dacula and Mill Creek...

Being The Change

Taking on a school of 2,000 plus students seems like a daunting task, but not in the hands of Archer High School senior Becca Young. Balancing the roles of president of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, member of the Gwinnett Student Leadership Team, varsity athlete, and academic...

10 Things You Need to Know About Financial Aid

Financial aid is money that can help you pay for college. Some aid needs to be paid back or earned, and some aid is a gift. This money is available to all kinds of people. Here are ten important things you should know about financial aid. Financial aid can help...

5 Steps to Creating a College List

How do you figure out which colleges to apply to? Finding colleges that fit you best begins with self-discovery — that means getting to know your interests, your goals and what’s most important to you. The following five steps will get you started on the right path. 1. Ask yourself...

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?
Looking for a private school? Check out the best private schools in Gwinnett!

Friday Night Lights is Back! Did Your Team Win?

For many high schoolers, school doesn't really start until football season begins. Now that it's here, students are just itching for Fridays to come. The bright lights, the loud cheers, the face paint, the school traditions – it's too exhilarating! To make the season...

23-Year Teaching Veteran is Archer’s Top Educator this Year

The title of being Archer High School’s Teacher of the Year, so graciously earned by Mrs. Dyer, does not begin to encompass the impact she makes day in and day out, in both the community and the world. Starting her teaching career in 1995, Mrs. Dyer has dedicated 23 years...

Celebrate the Season at Archer’s Fall Festival

With Halloween just around the corner, there is no better way to get into the holiday spirit than by taking part in Archer High School's annual Fall Festival. On Oct. 25 at 5 p.m., the festival will begin in Archer's atrium, hosted by the school's clubs. Around the school there...

Retired GCPS Associate Superintendent Dr. Frances Davis Appointed to...

Upon the motion of District 4 Commissioner John Heard, the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners, on Tuesday, approved the appointment of retired Gwinnett County Public Schools Associate Superintendent Dr. Frances E. Davis to the Gwinnett Hospital Authority Board of Directors.  Heard, who made the appointment, said, “The Hospital Authority welcomes...

Bond Issue Would Fund Strategic Priorities

by J. Alvin Wilbanks, CEO/Superintendent // Gwinnett County Public Schools Gwinnett County Public Schools is focused on two important, related issues this fall— a General Obligation (G.O.) bond referendum to benefit all schools and the update of the school district’s “Strategic Priorities for 2010–2020.” Both initiatives will have a significant...

‘Food Fight’ Sparks Rival Week

With the arrival of football season, Friday night lights spark ample amounts of school spirit and excitement. Amid the buzz of the upcoming rivalry games of the season, Gwinnet student leaders joined forces to create something incredible --the Rival Week Food Fight. The idea originated from Dacula and Mill Creek...

Being The Change

Taking on a school of 2,000 plus students seems like a daunting task, but not in the hands of Archer High School senior Becca Young. Balancing the roles of president of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, member of the Gwinnett Student Leadership Team, varsity athlete, and academic...

10 Things You Need to Know About Financial Aid

Financial aid is money that can help you pay for college. Some aid needs to be paid back or earned, and some aid is a gift. This money is available to all kinds of people. Here are ten important things you should know about financial aid. Financial aid can help...

5 Steps to Creating a College List

How do you figure out which colleges to apply to? Finding colleges that fit you best begins with self-discovery — that means getting to know your interests, your goals and what’s most important to you. The following five steps will get you started on the right path. 1. Ask yourself...

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?