Gwinnett Online Campus

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Gwinnett Online Campus

Gwinnett Online Campus is an accredited, award-winning Gwinnett County Public School that offers choices for students from the 4th grade to high school. More than just an online school, our students have the  opportunity to enroll full-time or take up to five online classes as part of their regular school day through our supplemental program.



 Phoenix High School

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Phoenix High School

The mission of Phoenix High School, as an alternative and complement to the traditional high school program, is to ensure the success of students who may be unlikely, for a variety of reasons, to reach their potential in a traditional setting. Our program is grounded in the uniqueness and inherent worth of the individual student. We believe that every student possesses the ability to become a self-confident, independent learner. Phoenix will enable each student to experience a sense of accomplishment, a feeling of belonging, and confidence in setting goals and making life choices. We will provide a variety of opportunities for students to develop and demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary for fulfilling adult roles.

 Maxwell and Grayson

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Maxwell and Grayson

Maxwell High School of Technology

The mission of Maxwell High School of Technology is founded in educational research on increasing achievement, improving graduation rates, and sustaining student success in post-secondary experiences. The research-based initiatives that Maxwell will undertake include, but are not limited to, awarding of credit based on demonstrated mastery rather than instructional hours, providing a seamless transition for students to college and/or career, and assuring that the faculty represents the highest caliber of professionals with real-life experiences that can be transferred directly to student learning. Visit the Maxwell High School website for more information.

Grayson Technical Education Program

The Grayson Technical Education Program opened in 2004 in a building that was constructed adjacent to Grayson High School. Grayson Tech serves Juniors and Seniors from all Gwinnett County public high schools. Grayson Tech is a state-of-the-art technical education facility that offers 12 career pathway programs to explore. Programs currently include Commercial Photography, Culinary Arts, Cybersecurity, Entrepreneurship, Exercise Physiology, Graphic Design, IT Networking, Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice, Music Technology, Sports Medicine, TV and Video Production, and Veterinary Science. Students in each program earn 4 total credits, with at least one academic credit. The entire staff is dedicated to providing students with the best learning experiences possible. Students are encouraged to create pathways to their futures. They have opportunities to develop leadership and work ready skills that will serve them well: now and in life after high school. Visit the Grayson Tech website for more information.

 

 Dual Enrollment

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Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment (DE) is a dual-credit program that allows high school students in grades 9-12 the option of pursuing college credit through approved colleges and universities-- either as a full- or part-time college student. Students who successfully complete an approved academic course from the state’s DE course list earn both high school and college credits. Students must apply and be accepted to a participating eligible postsecondary institution. College approved courses taken must count toward high school graduation requirements. The program pays for college tuition, books, and mandatory fees. Credit hours paid by DE do not count toward the limit of hours paid for by the HOPE Scholarship or HOPE Grant programs. For further information on DE, please visit the Georgia Futures website.

Students should consider the admission requirements at the colleges they are interested in attending for specific guidance in terms of which college-credit option is the best for their individual goals. Parents and students with additional questions should contact their counselor.