Graduates of Mountain View High School's Class of 2013 are the first group of students who have spent their entire four-year high school careers there. They graduated during a ceremony Friday afternoon at Gwinnett Center Arena.
At age 22, Serennah Harding is one of the youngest doctors in the United States, according to officials with Georgia Campus -- Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Former Mill Creek principal Jim Markham spoke to this year's graduating class on Thursday at the football field named in his honor.
Meet Nicholas Poulos. He likes barbecue, hunting, fishing and soccer. He's also smart. Photographic-memory smart. He's headed to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington next week, where he'll do verbal battle with other state champions from around the country.
Graduates of Brookwood High School received their diplomas during a ceremony at the school's stadium Wednesday night. With 810 graduating seniors, it was Gwinnett County Public Schools biggest commencement ceremony.
Teachers and students said goodbye for the summer on Wednesday.
Monday night marked the district's first graduation ceremony of the week, and there's seven more planned tonight all over Gwinnett County.
Friends and family of more than 100 students from Phoenix High School cheered on their young graduates during a ceremony Monday night -- the local school district's first graduation of the year.
The following students from Gwinnett County Public Schools received military appointments.
The following is the Gwinnett County Public Schools lunch menu for the week of May 20.
Kroger's Atlanta Division which includes Georgia, South Carolina, Eastern Tennessee and Northern Alabama will donate a total of $168,300 in grants to 79 Atlanta city, metro-Atlanta and surrounding area schools as part of its 2012-2013 "Earning Plus Learning" program.
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has announced more than 15,000 finalists for its annual $2,500 award. Among them: about a dozen local students.
Zachary Bellier and Naomi McAllister go to different schools. They have different friends. Different interests. They lead entirely different lives. But both have something in common: they have supportive families, a positive outlook and both have overcome personal obstacles as they prepare to graduate this week from Gwinnett County Public Schools.
The following is a list of the valedictorians and salutatorians in Gwinnett County.
Twenty-one graduation ceremonies will take place throughout Gwinnett County Public Schools next week. MOre than 10,500 students will cross the stage to receive their high school diploma.
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