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Gwinnett’s list of President’s Honor Roll winners is rather long
The next meeting is Thursday, July 17.
Students must be in the top 20 percent of Emory College or have approximately a 3.859 grade point average or higher.
All had high GPAs at Emory University's two-year liberal arts division
Michael Lant had a high GPA at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.
Northbrook Middle will be Gwinnett’s second middle school in the Peachtree Ridge Cluster.
A senior at Georgia State University, she is majoring in psychology and plans to become a counseling psychologist.
He has served as assistant principal at Meadowcreek and Central Gwinnett high schools, and Pinckneyville Middle School.
4 graduated magna cum laude.
23 local students achieve high standards at Tech.
Nitant Dandekar earns his share of $11 million scholarship program
Public meetings are scheduled to discuss the millage rate for FY 2015.
6 made the Dean's or President's lists.
Marion Sebastian received the prestigious Margaret Bynum Award.
GCPS Project Child Find event is Friday, May 9, in Suwanee.
Annie Yang (North Gwinnett High) and Brian Chung (Peachtree Ridge) will have their college careers paid for with the award.
Elisha and Jacqueline Snezek will each receive $16,000 for the 2014-15 academic year.
Gwinnett's 10 National Achievement Scholars were announced as part of the National Merit Scholarship program.
Michael Reilly was selected as winner of Aspirations in Computing Educator Award sponsored by the National Center for Women and Information Technology.