LOS ANGELES—Fifty-five graduating high school seniors from Gwinnett County Public Schools and Orange County Public Schools will receive $1 million in Broad Prize college scholarships, The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation announced today.
Young Aviator -Ross Hastings, passionate about flying
By Beth Volpert Johansen
If there is an “Aviation Bug”, Ross Hastings has certainly been bitten hard. Flying has fascinated this teen since he was old enough to play with toy airplanes.
Eastside Family Pharmacy and Apothecare...tradition meets the future
By Beth Volpert-Johansen
A mainstay in the Gwinnett County medical community is moving into a new building. Bill Thompson and Tom Jones have been behind the counter at the Apothecare Pharmacy in the Eastside Physicians Building location for 20 years.
Melbourne, FL – The Preeclampsia Foundation is pleased to announce that Brittney Powell and her family are the 2015 Atlanta, Georgia Promise Walk for Preeclampsia™ Mission Family.
Monthly Meeting of Georgia Society of Professional Engineers
Atlanta – Over one hundred years ago everyone knew that horses had to be harnessed and trained to move together in order to be effective. Horses that did not “play” as team members were replaced.
Three Gwinnett County public schools have been recognized for their commitment to their school counseling programs. Annistown Elementary School and Shiloh High School, both in Snellville, as well as Summerour Middle School in Norcross have been awarded the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) designation.
Hard work earns GCPS seniors National Achievement Scholarships
Twenty Gwinnett County Public Schools students have been awarded 2015 National Achievement Scholarships. The National Achievement Scholarship Program provides scholarships to outstanding Black American high school students considered to have the strongest record of accomplishments and greatest potential for academic success in college.