Monday, May 21
• Phoenix High, 7 p.m., Gwinnett Performing Arts Center
Wednesday, May 23
• Lanier High, 3 p.m. Gwinnett Center Grand Ballroom
• Duluth High, 4 p.m. Gwinnett Center Arena
• Gwinnett School of Math, Science and Technology, 5 p.m. Gwinnett Center Grand Ballroom
• Central Gwinnett High, 7 p.m., Central Gwinnett High Stadium
• Gwinnett County Online Campus, 7 p.m., 550 Trackside
• Brookwood High, 7:30 p.m., Brookwood High Community Stadium
• Archer High, 8 p.m., Archer High Stadium
• Dacula High, 8 p.m., Gwinnett Center Arena
• Parkview High, 8 p.m. Parkview High Stadium
Thursday, May 24
• Collins Hill High, 8 a.m., Gwinnett Center Arena
• Meadowcreek High, noon, Gwinnett Center Arena
• Mountain View High, 4 p.m., Gwinnett Center Arena
• Mill Creek High, 8 p.m. Mill Creek High Stadium
• Norcross High, 8 p.m. Gwinnett Center Arena
Friday, May 25
• Berkmar High, 8 a.m., Gwinnett Center Arena
• North Gwinnett High, 10 a.m., Coolray Field
• Shiloh High, noon, Gwinnett Center Arena
• Grayson, 4 p.m., Gwinnett Center Arena
• Peachtree Ridge High, 8 p.m., Gwinnett Center Arena
Saturday, May 26
• South Gwinnett High, noon, Gwinnett Center Arena
SUWANEE -- This week, Gwinnett County Public Schools will graduate nearly 10,000 high school seniors from 21 high schools.
Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks said it's an accomplishment that should please students, parents and family members.
"As a community, we can be proud of these students and what they have achieved during their academic careers," Wilbanks said.
Of the 9,843 students on track to graduate this week, 779 students are from Brookwood, the largest class, followed by Peachtree Ridge with 757 graduates and Mill Creek, which has 714.
Gwinnett County Online Campus will celebrate its first graduating class with 12 students receiving their diplomas.
Of those graduating, 86 percent reported that they planned to continue their education by attending college or postsecondary schools. The seniors who plan to continue their education have been offered more than $101 million in academic, athletic and military scholarships.
The class of 2012 also included 2,050 honor graduates who are graduating with a grade percent average of 90 or better.
The district also boasts 10 National Merit Scholars, 15 National Achievement Scholars and 26 Georgia Scholars. Full tuition grants were awarded to 11 Gates Millennium Scholars and three Questbridge Scholars.