Gwinnett County Public Schools Reviews
I have spent all of my academic life in gwinnett county public schools. The friends I have made thanks to the environment of the schools I have gone to over the course of my life have been invaluable. I have met many great teachers and many poor ones. Many aspects may vary but for the most part I would not change a thing, other than the poor quality of the school food.
I like how the middle schools in each district are relatively close to their respective high school. I also enjoy the way the teachings are set up and we have digitive learning days where some days we get to stay home and do our school work from home.
For my experience in Gwinnett County Public Schools, receiving my education in a worthy environment is my best response. Being able to expand my mind with courses although not much satisfying is better than not earning any sort of education. There may have been some ups and downs to this county and people there, but all I know is that my education has been proven valuable in this school.
I like Gwinnett County Public Schools, because I am surrounded by different kinds of students who come from different kinds of backgrounds. The teachers and staff at Gwinnett County Public Schools go above and beyond to help the students. Gwinnett County Public Schools hire hard working teachers. Our teachers at Gwinnett County Public Schools not only teach what is required from the curriculum but teach other interesting subjects and lessons that will help us in the real world.Our teachers at Gwinnett County Public Schools create fun lessons and activities that will help us learn the criteria. The teachers at Gwinnett County Public Schools do not clock in and clock out at the same time everyday. Many of our teachers in Gwinnett County Public Schools stay after school to help us on a subject that we are having trouble with. Attending a public school in Gwinnett County is great experience.
My kids go to Duncan Creek Elementary and are in 2nd and 4th grades! They have had the MOST fantastic experience here! My son has an IEP that he was put on in first grade and is excelling with it!!! Love this school!!!
I have been a part of Gwinnett County Public Schools since kindergarten. Both of my parents have been teachers in GCPS schools for more than twenty years. They both are now in leadership positions as Assistant Principals. I am an aspiring Speech-Language Pathologist. After obtaining my degree, I intend on working for GCPS. I will be able to give back the community and system that made me into the person that I am today.
Gwinnett County Schools do an amazing job with their AP Program. Their Sports programs are in line with all the other counties and offer a variety of sports.
The food was garbage. Always brought my lunch. Teachers were all pretty great but there were some who sucked. I’d say that in general, classes and everything prepared me fairly well but college classes are way different. Prepare yourself more than you think you need to
Gwinnett County is a good school district. The schools are very academically rigorous and focus on having high standards on test scores.
Gwinnett county public schools are very good and highly ranked for their good academic performances. I can highly testifier to this because Brookwood high school, the type of gwinnett county school i attend has made me very strong in my academics by strengthening my language skills and scientific skills because i use not like biology but due to the support i got from my teacher, i learned to like biology and i was also not fluent in English, but now i can speak fluently because of how supportive my teachers were and how patient they were with me. In my school, there are good competitive people, this helped me to be determined.
Gwinnett County Public Schools are very good when it comes with their effort to try to get their students to preform well academically, but it results many tests and exams which can lead to burn out for the students.
I think there are to many restrictions in learning that do not let the students express their creativity, but over all Grayson High School is a good school, when they aren’t so focused on Football. Their slogan should be changed to “First comes learning...after Football”.
There’s a lot of diversity in almost all gwinnett county high schools. Being the largest county in Gwinnett causes the schools to seem a bit lackluster. There are a lot of rules that are over the top sometimes but in the end they are just trying to their best to help students receive their high school education. The food is terrible though, and most of it seems fake. I don’t feel ready for college, to be honest, with most of my classes seeming worthless for the future. There are a lot of different clubs around Gwinnett County and a lot of volunteering opportunities.
My overall experience In the Gwinnett County public school district has been amazing . There are a lot of opportunities in Gwinnett compared to where I grew up in Texas . One thing I would love to see change , and actually exited to see change is the school spirt / student involvement at my High School(Discovery Hs) . I’m excited to see the student involvement rate sky rocket. Discovery is only on its 4th year and has improved tremendously since our first year but still needs a lot of work.
I’ve been in the GCPS system my whole life. I love G.Co for always acknowledging the students here and making sure that we feel welcomed. It’s a great school system with tons of great schools!
The Gwinnett County Public Schools System is the best school district in all of Georgia, and I stand by that statement. I genuinely believe that there is no better Georgian public school system that offers so much diversity and opportunities to grow and become ready for college.
I have had 3 children in the Gwinnett County Public School System, including one with special needs, and have had a great experience from elementary all the way up to high school.