After 13 years of hard work during their K-12 academic careers, more than 12,100 potential Gwinnett graduates are counting down the days until their turn to cross the stage and accept their diploma.
In a special issue of Communiqué, we've captured a snapshot of the Class of 2017 that includes photos, facts, and just a few of the scholarships and awards garnered by members of this outstanding group of students. (With more than 12,000 graduates, just a list of names would take more than 80 pages!) Of course, many more students earned prestigious honors and scholarships that are not part of this issue, but, rest assured, they are being celebrated at school-based honor events and graduation ceremonies.
Congratulations on this exciting milestone, seniors!
We wish the best of luck to the Class of 2017 as our graduates head out into a future filled with Promise!
It is the policy of Gwinnett County Public Schools not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, or disability in any employment practice, educational program, or any other program, activity, or service.
Gwinnett County Board of Education
Louise Radloff, 2017 Chairman, District V; Carole Boyce, 2017 Vice Chairman, District I;
Daniel D. Seckinger, District II; Dr. Mary Kay Murphy, District III; and Dr. Robert McClure, District IV
J. Alvin Wilbanks, CEO/Superintendent
Communique is published by Gwinnett County Public Schools' Office of Communication and Media Relations.