Editor Faye Edmundson firstname.lastname@example.org
Duluth High School's graduation rate decreased from 71.1 percent in 2011 to 70.47 in 2012. Gwinnett County's rate increased more than three percentage points.
Graduation ceremony for Duluth High School scheduled for 4 p.m. Thursday, May 23, at Gwinnett Center Arena.
Duluth High School's Erica Millette will speak at the ceremony May 23.
Blair Sanders of Duluth earned the college’s first double-degree, and Katheryn Nikolich of Lawrenceville earned the college’s first double-major.
Ambassador Andrew Young delivered the address at Dr. Daniel Kaufman's last commencement as President of GGC. Share your photos and videos from the day here.
Before all the pomp and circumstance, celebrate your graduating senior's accomplishments!
Thousands of students attending Gwinnett County Public Schools will graduate this spring. See when your child will walk up to accept their diploma to 'Pomp and Circumstance.'
The scholarship will allow recent Georgia Perimeter College graduate Huong Vu to pursue her dream of becoming an industrial engineer at Georgia Tech.
About 500 Duluth High School seniors receive diplomas in May 23 commencement exercise.
509 Duluth High School seniors scheduled to graduate at 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 23, at Arena at Gwinnett Center.
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