Couch Middle Math Teacher Cindy Apley Rose Earns Presidential Award for Excellence
Cindy Apley Rose, an 8th grade math teacher at Couch Middle School in Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS), has been named as a winner for this year’s Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. She is one of 213 mathematics and science teachers to be recognized this... Read more
Duluth Academic Team Participates in National Tournament
Duluth Middle School’s Academic Team participated in the NAQT Middle School National Championship Tournament, finishing with a 4-4 record after a tough slate of matches, including close games against the number 8 and 13 teams in the tournament. Three of the four losses, were by a deficit of one... Read more
GGC’s Wilson named A.I.I. Athletics Director of the Year
Dr. Darin S. Wilson, director of Athletics at Georgia Gwinnett College, has been named the Association of Independent Institutions’ (A.I.I.) Athletics Director of the Year for the 2015-16 academic year.  The annual award recognizes Wilson’s competent, comprehensive, practical, innovative and principled approach to college athletics and the progression of... Read more
GGC Awards Nearly 150 Degrees at Summer Commencement
Almost 150 students were awarded bachelor’s degrees during Georgia Gwinnett College’s summer commencement ceremony, held August 2nd at the Infinite Energy Center Arena in Duluth, Ga. The event was attended by nearly 1,000 people. Georgia First Lady Sandra Deal presented the ceremony’s keynote address. The daughter of educators and a... Read more
GCPS Receives $10,000 from Fundraiser Sponsored by Local Company
Vulcan Materials teamed up with the Gwinnett Village Community Improvement District to raise $10,000 to benefit students in the Meadowcreek Cluster. The money—earmarked for Meadowcreek High School, Radloff Middle School, and Meadowcreek Elementary— was raised through the first annual Quarry Crusher Run held at the Beaver Ruin Road quarry... Read more
GCPS Students Receive Back to School Backpacks and School Supplies
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, (AKA), one of the nation’s oldest sororities, has donated more than 500 backpacks to Gwinnett County Public Schools. The backpacks, which contain school supplies, will be distributed to students in need at Annistown, Centerville, Shiloh, Norton, Partee, Britt, and Lovin Elementary Schools as well... Read more
Gwinnett County, GA College Town!
Who says you need to travel far from home to get the kind of education that will take you places? In truth, there’s a world of opportunities right here in Gwinnett. Technical College GWINNETT TECHNICAL COLLEGE Gwinnett Technical College has been providing career-focused education and training from its Lawrenceville... Read more
GGC By the Numbers
13,000 Students expected in fall 2017 15 Bachelor’s degree programs 40+ Areas of study 3,600+ Alumni 100+ Nations & 30 + U.S. states represented in student body #5 Lowest student debt among ranked Southern regional colleges* #1 Most ethnically diverse ranked Southern regional college* #1 Lowest tuition/fees among ranked... Read more
Grizzlies Capture More National, Conference Championships
In only three seasons of post-season eligibility, Georgia Gwinnett College has proven itself to be a dominating force in intercollegiate athletics. Five of Georgia Gwinnett’s six teams competed for national titles this year. Men’s Soccer: The Grizzlies hit No. 13 nationally. Women’s Soccer: The women’s squad earned its first-ever... Read more
GGC Alumni Nominated for GCPS Teacher of the Year
Congratulations are in order for two GGC School of Education alumni who became the first Grizzles to be nominated for the Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Teacher of the Year Award program. Mary Cortellino Eich of Corley Elementary School in Lawrenceville, and Katherine “Katie” Nunn of Mason Elementary School in... Read more