Squid ink, flour and eggs.
Standing under the bright lights of Chef Gordon Ramsay’s kitchen, then-11-year-old Quani Fields made a mental list of the ingredients he needed for squid ink pasta and what he could do with it in the 45 minutes he was allotted.Continue Reading...
Gwinnett School of Mathematics Science and Technology was named the top school in Georgia by U.S. News and World Report’s annual Best High School rankings.
U.S. News and World Report ranked more than 20,500 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. Schools were awarded gold, silver or bronze medals based on their performance on state assessments, their graduation rates and how well they prepare students for college. Of the ranked Georgia schools, 16 were awarded gold medals, 48 earned silver medals and 43 received bronze medals.Continue Reading...
Five years ago, Lanier High School’s video program was nonexistent. The school, which opened less than a decade ago has transformed from a new video department to one of the best in the county after receiving nine Student Production Award nominations.Continue Reading...
Two graduating seniors recently received $1,000 scholarships from the Snellville Commerce Club.
Each year, the Snellville Commerce Club awards scholarships to students from Brookwood and South Gwinnett high schools who are active in either Future Business Leaders of America or Distributive Education Clubs of America.
South Gwinnett’s recipient was Arnesha Clark, and Brookwood’s winner was Philena Yang.Continue Reading...
Thursday morning two teams worth of students departed from Suwanee’s North Gwinnett Middle School for a chance at history — winning the school’s first quiz bowl national competition.
Heading to the National Academic Quiz Tournaments’ Middle School National Championship is nothing new for coach Scott Johnson — this is the fourth straight year his team has qualified.
What is unique is North Gwinnett Middle will be sending two teams to the 191-team competition in Chicago.Continue Reading...
Collins Hill senior Paul Matesevac was announced as one of 161 students in the country to be named a U.S. Presidential Scholar for 2018 by the U.S. Department of Education on Tuesday.
The White House Commission on Presidential Scholars selects scholars annually based on their academic success, artistic excellence, essays, school evaluations and transcripts, as well as evidence of community service, leadership and demonstrated commitment to high ideals.Continue Reading...