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 Movie in the Park series kicks off June 7 with "Wreck It Ralph" at Grayson Community Park.
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.
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.
Georgia Gwinnett College graduated more than 270 students Friday during its spring commencement.
A unanimous vote at Thursday's board of education meeting meant formal approval of a $1.7 billion budget for Fiscal Year 2014. Officials also tentatively adopted a millage rate increase of 1.30 mills over the previous year's rate.
Four veteran educators were tapped to lead local elementary schools for the 2013-14 year during a Thursday board of education meeting.
A group of more than 250 elementary school students from the Dacula area is spending the next several days in preparation for the Peachtree Jr. Road Road Race. It's one of several area races the Dacula Cluster Running Club will tackle this year in the name of fighting obesity and staying fit.
One of the advantages to being the mother of triplets? Triple the Mother's Day Gifts. Pharr Elementary School teacher and 2012 districtwide teacher of the year Jennifer Dunn talks about balancing work and homelife with three six-year-olds in tow.
Gwinnett County 4-H teams swept state events over the weekend.
Several national corporations have awarded three Gwinnett County Public Schools students scholarships for their hard work and success.
Four Georgia schools were selected as the 2013 winners of the Georgia Department of Education's Family-Friendly Partnrship School Award. Among them: Shiloh Middle School in Snellville.
Couch Middle School students "caught being good" during the school year got rewarded with a cookout Friday as part of the inaugural Lunch-A-Palooza.
Two veteran Gwinnett County school principals have been appointed to lead new schools as current pricnipals retire at the end of the school year.
Less than a dozen people were in attendance during a public hearing Thursday to discuss Gwinnett County Public Schools' Fiscal Year 2014 budget.
A math teacher from Mountain View High School has resigned following an alleged inappropriate relationship with a student and a sexual assault charge.
In a $16.4 million campaign to raise funds for expansions, the push has thus far been fruitful at Wesleyan School. Construction crews are currently on campus moving dirt to make way for the improvements.
Gwinnett County Public Schools and Buford City Schools beat statewide averages in a new statewide accountability system that measures schools and districts based on achievement, progress and achievement gap.
Officials with the Gates Millennium Scholars Program recently announced the largest group of Gwinnett County Public Schools recipients to date.
A meeting Thursday at district headquarters offer the public an opportunity to chime in on a proposed $1.7 billion budget for the Gwinnett County Public Schools' Fiscal Year 2014 budget.
A garden tour is scheduled for May 18 in Duluth, an event that will feature plantings by some of the city's best gardeners.
Thousands of parents and students flocked to their local schools Thursday morning toting all the proper documentation to get their 4- and 5 year-olds registered for kindergarten.
Lake Lanier is at its highest in years, but the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers could soon increase its water releases, marking the end of a period of planned water flow reductions from Buford Dam.
Knight Elementary School is celebrating the opening of its new Outdoor Learning Project by inviting the community to attend a special ceremony Friday.
Celebrity chef and restaurater Hugh Acheson spoke Wednesday morning to a group of Collins Hill High School students. The "Top Chef" judge talked with the young people about the importance of finding an occupation you love.
The Georgia Gwinnett College community said farewell to founding president Daniel J. Kaufman Tuesday during a special event honoring the man.
On Thursday, Gwinnett County's 77 elementary schools will welcome the school district's Class of 2026 as it enrolls new kindergartners.
Nearly a dozen Gwinnett County Public Schools recently made the state's list of 25 top performing middle schools on the eighth grade writing test.
Despite looming rain clouds, visitors packed a local park for the 34th annual Grayson Day Festival: a midspring outdoor extravaganza of music, food, games and good, old-fashioned family fun.
A 32-year-old Grayson High School teacher is setting out to break a million points on the classic arcade game Donkey Kong.
A top academic German student will arrive soon in Hoschton to attend high school at Mill Creek High, where he will serve as an international youth ambassador for the 2013-14 year.
Out of 800 students recently named National Achievement Scholars nationwide, 17 of them hail from Gwinnett County Public Schools.
The Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce and sponsors honored local businessmen and women from around the county Friday during the Pinnacle Awards.
Hundreds showed up Thursday for a Relay for Life fundraiser nearly two decades in the making.
A local mother and daughter have opened a consignment shop in Suwanee.
A group of auto services students from Maxwell High School of Technology were headed for a state competition Thursday to determine Georgia's top young auto technicians.
A young man from Gwinnett County just won the top prize for his division at the state Youth Birding Competition.
Officials with Gwinnett County Public Schools learned this week that the district won the U.S. Department of Education's first-ever Sustainability Award.
One of Gwinnett County's own high schools was named the third best in the nation, according to a list released Tuesday by the U.S. News & World Report.
An eighth grade student from Hull Middle School has been recognized by Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle for winning third place in his division for the 2013 Manufacturing Appreciation Week Student Design Contest.
A golf tournament on May 7 at TPC Sugarloaf will raise money for Rainbow Village, a transitional housing community for homeless families with children.
In a unanimous decision, officials with Gwinnett County Public Schools on Thursday voted to amend a contract with the state aimed at increasing student achievement through greater flexibility.
Following a decision Tuesday by the University System of Georgia's Board of Regents, college tuition at 27 colleges and universities for in-state undergraduate students will increase by 2.5 percent. Among the institutions affected: Georgia Gwinnett College.
On Thursday, officials with Gwinnett County Public Schools plan to amend a contract with the state board of education aimed at increasing student achievement in order to include 16 schools built and opened after the document went into effect.
In a unanimous vote, the local school board gave thumbs up Tuesday evening to a Fiscal Year 2014 budget which includes the elimination of all furlough days and the addition of 18 school resource officers.
Meadowcreek High School opened its doors Tuesday evening to those attending schools or who have students in Gwinnett County Public Schools' District 5.