Gwinnett County Public Schools’ two mobile libraries —the “Explore” Book Mobile and the “Pow” Book Mobile — are hitting the streets to provide books for children beginning Monday.
During the course of the summer, the mobile libraries are scheduled for a 35-stop route in the Meadowcreek and Norcross clusters each week to provide to provide students who may not have easy access to the public library the opportunity to check out books.Continue Reading...
Kara Jones, a 2018 graduate of University of South Carolina Honors College and 2014 graduate of North Gwinnett High School, recently received a Fulbright U.S. Student Program award to Andorra from the U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.Continue Reading...
On Wednesday, Gwinnett County Public Schools released a list of 49 graduates who received scholarship money from the GCPS Foundation.
In total, more than 130 students in the Class of 2018 have been awarded scholarships from the foundation, totaling more than $129,000.Continue Reading...
For the fourth consecutive year, Brookwood High School raised more than $100,000 for charities on the way to its goal of raising $1 million dollars by 2025. Brookwood kicked off its M1M March to One Million campaign in September 2014 and has so far raised $511,293.Continue Reading...
At a young age, Suraj Modi would watch cartoons such as “Little Einsteins” and “Jimmy Neutron” to satisfy his interest in science. Now, the rising senior at Mountain View High School putting his interest to use with epilepsy research.
Modi is one of 15 finalists for the International BioGENEius Challenge, a competition for high school students across the world, that will be held in Boston on June 4.Continue Reading...
What is the cost of success and the cost of graduation? Senior Jayvon Nougaisse posed that question to his fellow classmates, parents and faculty during Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology’s graduation on Thursday afternoon.
For the school, the cost of success has relied heavily on the talented minds of Gwinnett, transforming the school in a little more than a decade from an idea to a state and nationally recognized program.Continue Reading...