With four teams winning state titles and three others finishing second, Greater Atlanta Christian was able to win its second Georgia Athletic Director's Association Director's Cup in three years.
GAC won state titles in girls basketball, tennis, golf and boys soccer. The softball and girls tennis and boys track teams were state runners-up, while the cheerleading team was fourth and girls track and swimming/diving teams were fifth.
It was the third Director's Cup in five years for the Spartans.
Wesleyan finished third again with 720 points and Buford was eighth in Class AA.
With the Walton baseball team winning the state title on Saturday, it pushed the Raiders past Parkview for the Class AAAAA Director's Cup.
Walton finished with 750 points and Parkview 740 points to deny the Panthers their second title in three years.
With Walton winning the AAAAA Director's Cup, it ended a four-year run by Gwinnett County programs.
Parkview was one of five Gwinnett teams from Class AAAAA to finish in the top 10.
Collins Hill finished in third (670), Brookwood fourth (660), Peachtree Ridge seventh (570) and Grayson tied for ninth (450) with Camden County.
In Class AAAA, Dacula tied with Lakeside, Evans for ninth place with 350 points as Marist won Class AAAA.
Westminster's 1,000 points were more than any other program as the Wildcats won the Class AAA Director's Cup.
In Class A, Providence had its best year athletically in school history. The Stars' fourth-place finish in the Director Cup standings is its best ever.
The athletic department was also voted on by coaches and athletic directors for the sportsmanship award.
Providence won a state title in girls soccer and was runner-up in boys soccer and girls cross country.
The girls tennis team was third and girls golf team fourth in the state and the boys cross country was fifth.