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Buford’s AC Hollis Honored with $20M CHOA Donation

Once a Buford Wolf, always a Buford Wolf. Anna Charles Hollis was only able to attend Buford City Schools for a couple of weeks, but to them, she will always be considered a Wolf. Anna Charles Hollis, the six-year-old daughter of Benji Hollis, the...

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...

‘Integrity, Positivity, and Humility’ – Meet the Buford City...

A favorite quote can tell you a lot about a person’s character. Dr. Robert Downs, superintendent of Buford City Schools, believes as Coach Lou Holtz did that "There is never a wrong time to do the right thing,” and this is how he lives his life.

Buford Teacher of the Year

With a dozen different languages represented in her ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) classes, you would think Buford High School’s Lynda Fouquette would be a walking Rosetta Stone. Well, not quite. “I’m not fluent in anything. I’m fluent in heart,”...

Wowzer! Have you seen this school?

If anyone has a valid reason to hurry through summer and hasten the arrival of the school year, it’s the students, faculty, and administrators of Buford High School. When they return to school this year, they will do so at what has to be considered one of...

2019 Buford Teacher of the Year Candidates Announced

Congratulations to the 2018-2019 Buford City School District Teacher of the Year representatives: April Graddick – Buford Elementary School / Interventionist Teacher Betsy Parker – Buford Academy / 5th Grade Teacher Jackie Corley – Buford Middle School / 7th Grade Social Studies Teacher Lynda Fouquette – Buford High School ESOL Teacher The system Teacher...

Buford HS Football Looking for Redemption

The new football season is right around the corner, and Buford High School supporters are as excited as ever... but perhaps a little more nervous than usual after last year's successful schedule ended on a sour note. Having won 10 state championships since 2001 and playing in the title game...

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!

Buford’s AC Hollis Honored with $20M CHOA Donation

Once a Buford Wolf, always a Buford Wolf. Anna Charles Hollis was only able to attend Buford City Schools for a couple of weeks, but to them, she will always be considered a Wolf. Anna Charles Hollis, the six-year-old daughter of Benji Hollis, the...

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...

‘Integrity, Positivity, and Humility’ – Meet the Buford City...

A favorite quote can tell you a lot about a person’s character. Dr. Robert Downs, superintendent of Buford City Schools, believes as Coach Lou Holtz did that "There is never a wrong time to do the right thing,” and this is how he lives his life.

Buford Teacher of the Year

With a dozen different languages represented in her ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) classes, you would think Buford High School’s Lynda Fouquette would be a walking Rosetta Stone. Well, not quite. “I’m not fluent in anything. I’m fluent in heart,”...

Wowzer! Have you seen this school?

If anyone has a valid reason to hurry through summer and hasten the arrival of the school year, it’s the students, faculty, and administrators of Buford High School. When they return to school this year, they will do so at what has to be considered one of...

2019 Buford Teacher of the Year Candidates Announced

Congratulations to the 2018-2019 Buford City School District Teacher of the Year representatives: April Graddick – Buford Elementary School / Interventionist Teacher Betsy Parker – Buford Academy / 5th Grade Teacher Jackie Corley – Buford Middle School / 7th Grade Social Studies Teacher Lynda Fouquette – Buford High School ESOL Teacher The system Teacher...

Buford HS Football Looking for Redemption

The new football season is right around the corner, and Buford High School supporters are as excited as ever... but perhaps a little more nervous than usual after last year's successful schedule ended on a sour note. Having won 10 state championships since 2001 and playing in the title game...

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?