Impacting students through service
By NG3 staff

Serving is a big part of the DNA of NG3.  No staff director embraces this ideology stronger than Javier Munoz, who recently relocated from serving at Berkmar to the campus of Parkview.

Oh, the places you’ll go
By NG3 staff

Last month, another class of graduating seniors walked across a stage, shook the hands of their principals and teachers, and received their diplomas.  I have little doubt, on more than one occasion, Dr. Seuss’ classic, “Oh, The Places You’ll Go” was referenced to illustrate the seemingly endless opportunities for various paths in life available to these young men and women. 

Character development and leadership
By NG3 staff

Hutson Mason stands in front of the entire UGA football team and is charged with a seemingly remedial task of leading his teammates with jumping jacks.  That may seem like a non-issue, but it very well may have been one of the most high pressure situations Mason faced all year. 

NG3 builds selfless men and women
By NG3 staff

Valentine’s Day for most of us consists of letters, flowers, notes, and chocolate.  For a lot of us, we wait until the last minute to go grab some flowers and a card.   For a group of football players from Brookwood’s NG3 huddle group, this holiday was a day they had been looking forward to for weeks. 

Challenge, connect and encourage
By NG3 staff

 At NG3, staff members invest time weekly with a small group of students in an effort to challenge them, connect in a more meaningful way, and encourage them to impact their respective communities. These small groups are at the heart of NG3 and are called huddle groups.

Changing perspectives and more
By NG3 staff

Far too often, high school students feel the world revolves around them.  Part of the mission of NG3 is to lead these young men and women to serve our communities and show how gratifying a selfless life can be.  This is why Community is one of the three C’s of NG3.  At South Gwinnett High School, NG3 staff director Michael Woelfl leads his huddle group to invest in the life of a fellow student affectionately known as “Touchdown Richard”, at least until baseball season, when he becomes, “Home-run Richard”.