First Lady Sandra Deal to Speak at GGC Summer Commencement
Georgia’s First Lady, Sandra Deal, will be the keynote speaker for Georgia Gwinnett College’s summer commencement ceremony. About 150 students will receive bachelor’s degrees at the event, which will be held at 10 a.m., Aug. 2, at the Infinite Energy Center arena in Duluth. The daughter of educators, Deal... Read more
Gwinnett Students Outperform Peers on Georgia Milestones
System and school scores from the 2015-16 administration of the Georgia Milestones Assessment System (Georgia Milestones in grades 3-8 and Georgia Milestones EOCs in grades 9-12) were released today. Gwinnett students demonstrated higher achievement throughout all content areas and grade levels, with the most significant gains seen in the... Read more
Hebron Christian Academy Breaking Ground on Their New State-of-the-Art Middle School and Fine Arts Center
Gwinnett County Chairman Charlotte Nash will join Dacula Mayor Jimmy Wilbanks; Dr. Tracey Pritchard, Head of School at Hebron Christian Academy; Cory Robinson, Chairman of the Board of Directors at Hebron Christian Academy; and Mark Farley, General Contractor for Seibert & Son, for the ceremonial groundbreaking beginning construction of... Read more
Gwinnett heads back to school Aug. 8
Gwinnett County Public Schools will welcome students back on Monday, August 8th. It’s a new year and there are many new things… new students, new teachers, new schools, new programs, and new lunch items. Click the links below to learn more about the upcoming school year as Gwinnett goes... Read more
Medical Students Introduce Georgia High School Students to Medicine
GA-PCOM joined medical schools across the nation in offering Camp Cardiac and Camp Neuro to area high school students this summer. Planned by medical students and supported by faculty members, the not-for-profit camps introduce interested youth ages 15 and up to such topics as heart anatomy and physiology, diagnosing... Read more
GA-PCOM Students Give Back
Students, faculty and staff of Georgia Campus – Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (GA-PCOM) recognize that giving back to the community in which they live, learn, work and play is key to bettering society for all involved. As such, students at GA-PCOM contribute to the local and broader communities... Read more
GA-PCOM & GCPS: Together We’re Better
The headquarters for Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS), the largest and most diverse school system in the state, is less than half a mile away from Georgia Campus – Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (GA-PCOM).  The relationship between the two organizations continues to grow. This year, GA-PCOM was the... Read more
Innovating Change & Celebrating Tradition: Truett McConnell Marks 70th Anniversary With University Designation
Nearly seventy years after being chartered as Truett McConnell College, the institution graduated to the academic status of university this year – announcing the news at spring commencement and celebrating the first class to graduate under the new university title. The change is just the latest in advancements and... Read more
Primerica and The Primerica Foundation congratulate Trisha Connor on the honor of being named districtwide Teacher of the Year. We applaud Trisha and her colleagues in education who go above and beyond the call of duty and serve as shining examples of excellence in their profession. The focus of Primerica’s... Read more
Riverside Military Academy: A Study in Excellence
Riverside Military Academy is committed to the development of young men in grades 7-12, following the military education model as the context by which to develop dependability, integrity, honesty, respect, courtesy, leadership, social skills and physical fitness. RMA produces motivated young men of character who are dedicated to the... Read more