Two Maxwell High School of Technology students won college scholarships while cooking up a second place finish in a culinary competition.

Kaitlyn Bishop and Gaelle Dorisme were runners-up in the Georgia Department of Education’s third annual Shake it Up Farm-to-School Student Chef Competition, in which student teams from nine school districts prepared student-developed recipes featuring Georgia-grown ingredients. Each won a $10,000 scholarship to Sullivan University.

Good News from Schools appears in the Gwinnett Daily Post’s Sunday Edition,

highlighting achievements

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