Veterans' Kids Gifted Free Orthodontic Care
Continuing their commitment to excellence in high-quality patient centered care and service to the community, Georgia School of Orthodontics (GSO) has proudly partnered with the Georgia Dental Foundation to provide complimentary orthodontic care to children of Purple Heart recipients through the Purple Heart Smiles program. The Purple Heart Smiles... Read more
Eastside Medical Center Donates Hospital Beds to Gwinnett Tech's Respiratory Care Program
Eastside Medical Center has gifted five hospital beds to Gwinnett Technical College's Respiratory Care program. The hospital beds will be used for clinical-based scenario training for Respiratory Care students. Students will learn to perform different modalities that include cardiopulmonary resuscitation, oxygen therapy, breathing treatments, humidity-aerosol therapy, arterial blood gas... Read more
2018 Teacher of the Year: Dr. Doug Doblar
An elementary school teacher who is honored to teach at the same school he attended as a child has been named the 2018 Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year (TOTY). During the annual Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year banquet, Gwinnett County Public Schools CEO/Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks announced... Read more
2018 Teacher of the Year
Six Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) teachers have been announced as this year's finalists for the Gwinnett County Teacher of the Year (TOTY) title. The finalists for the 2018 honor are Ebony Flott of Camp Creek Elementary School, Dr. Doug Doblar of Head Elementary School, Cheri A. Nations of... Read more
Why We Are GSMST
At GSMST, we take pride in a variety of accomplishments. Not only we are a National Blue-Ribbon School of Excellence, we are also known as the winner of the international VEX robotics tournament, home of the state-winning math team, leaders in Model United Nations, skillful Science Olympiad competitors, talented... Read more
The Challenges of GSMST
When people think of the Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology, most associate it with rigorous academics. However, what truly makes the school challenging? Alyza Surani, a junior aspiring to be a teacher, decided to come to GSMST for a new start. She believed she was capable enough... Read more
Encouraging Women in STEM
According to the US News World Report, in 1984, 37% of Computer Science majors were women. As of 2014, that percentage has dropped to 18%. Being a woman in the STEM field, specifically in technology, has proven to be a challenging course filled with obstacles for many. This has... Read more
Positively Profiled: Discovery's Mr. Robinson
"Anyone can teach but very few can educate." Behind every great student stands an even greater teacher, building the foundation for the path to success. Often, teachers are overlooked and not recognized for their contributions. Teachers deserve some spotlight. I took to the halls of Discovery High and searched... Read more
Torch: Lighting a Path to Soar
Two major components of Collins Hill's vision statement, scholarship and service, are fulfilled daily. There are three varying levels of student-led tutoring/mentorship programs at Collins Hill High School. The two catered for freshman are Torch and 9th grade mentors, while A-Team is for students of any grade that are... Read more
I Knew It Was My Destiny
Tucked away in the corner of the 1000 building at Collins Hill High School, Dr. Heather Held leads a classroom full of 30 still sleepy students. She stands in the front of her room, before her sturdy podium, and conducts a discussion on the latest act of A Midsummer... Read more