• Junior Class

  • Important Announcements

    Prom will be May 2 from 8-11pm at the Infinite Energy Center in Duluth. In honor of the class of 2020, we're throwing ROARING 20s GALA. Formal Attire is requested.

  • Everything You Need To Know About Your Junior Year

    Parking 2019-2020: Please contact Kathy Johnson at NGHS for more information regarding parking.

    Class Rings and Letter Jackets:
    Scholastic Images is North Gwinnett's Balfour Representative. Scholastic Images will be at NGHS on the following dates:
    August 13 (Tuesday): Junior Class Meeting in the Theater during all lunch periods.
    September: Class Ring and Letter Jacket Order during all lunch periods and 4-7pm in the commons.
    September: Class Ring and Letter Jacket Order during all lunch periods.

    Important Junior Class Links
    The College Board--register for the SAT, log-in to the SAT Prep Course, take practice SATs, send test scores to colleges, etc.


    College Visitation Information--Juniors are encouraged to take advantage of ONE college visitation day. Seniors get TWO. Please see your guidance counselor for more information and for the College Visitation form.


    Community Service Information--Please check the landing page of eClass for community service information.


    Scholastic Images Inc.--Your source of information about class rings and letter jackets.
    College Planning Guide for Juniors--Sponsored by the College Board, this site will walk you through your final two years of high school as you get ready for college.

    Please see the Counseling page of this website for more information on college and career planning.

  • Junior Dues

    As the traditional host of the Prom, members of the Junior Class are responsible for the majority of the cost of the Prom. As a result, juniors are asked to pay dues.

    Payment will be made using the MyPayments Plus System. (www.mypaymentsplus.com).

  • NGHS Prom 2020

    Prom will be May 2 from 8-11pm at the Infinite Energy Center in Duluth.

    In honor of the class of 2020, we're throwing ROARING 20s GALA. Formal Attire is requested.

    Ticket prices are determined by your payment of Junior Dues. Remember, you only have to pay Junior Dues one time....so, Seniors, if you paid Junior Dues last year you're all set for this year.  Seniors also remember, Senior Dues and Junior dues are separate fees. Senior Dues pays for GRADUATION.  Junior Dues pays for PROM.  

    Non-NGHS Students and NGHS Sophomores/Freshmen are able to attend the dance with an NGHS Junior or Senior.  No special paperwork is required.  However, for non-NGHS students, be prepared to provide the name of the school, grade and student ID number.    

    **If you (or your student) transferred to NGHS during your SENIOR YEAR...please come see Mr. Stewart in the CLC for special instructions.  

    Here's the ticket sales schedule and prices:

    The week of April 20 we'll sell ticket before school and during lunch only.  Cash and check only...no cards, no MPP. The price is as follows:
    NGHS Juniors and Seniors who paid Junior Dues:  $20
    NGHS Junior and Seniors who didn't pay Junior Dues:  $95
    Date Tickets:  $20

    The week of April 27 we'll sell ticket before school and during lunch only. Cash and check only...no cards, no MPP. The price is as follows:
    NGHS Juniors and Seniors who paid Junior Dues:  $30
    NGHS Junior and Seniors who didn't pay Junior Dues:  $105
    Date Tickets:  $30

    The hard deadline for purchasing your ticket is THURSDAY, APRIL 30.  Tickets will NOT be available on Friday, May 1st nor will they be sold at the door on Prom Night.  

    Dual enrollment students should make arrangements to be at school before school or during one of the lunch periods. Alternatively, dual enrollment students can have a friend purchase their tickets for them.    

    Please note that tickets are assigned to specific students. Students cannot purchase $20 date tickets for their NGHS Junior/Senior friends who didn't pay class dues. Students should be prepared to show their student ID or Drivers License when checking in at Prom. 

  • NGHS Prom FAQ

    Why do I have to pay Junior Dues? Ticket sales pay for half the cost of putting on the Prom, Junior Dues make up the balance. Any money left after the Prom is used to pay the deposits on next year's Prom. Think you are paying too much? Search for "Prom" at other GCPS schools and you'll see NGHS students pay the least to attend the Prom! Also, know that unlike some of our neighboring schools where Junior Dues are mandatory for all students, NGHS only requires dues of students who want to attend the prom. A few years ago, the Junior Class sponsor sent a survey to the parents of the Junior Class asking if their family would rather do a fundraiser in lieu of paying Junior Dues. Overwhelmingly, the parents voted to continue Junior Dues.


    I transferred to NGHS during my Senior Year. Do I have to pay Junior Dues? Since Junior Dues pays for part of the prom Junior and Senior Year, Senior Transfer students are asked to pay 1/2 of the original fee--before all the late fees were added in.

    I really want to come to the Prom but I can't afford it. What should I do? At NGHS, we want everyone to be able to enjoy the Prom. Contact your guidance counselor ASAP to discuss some options.

    I am technically classified as a Sophomore but I earned enough credit for Junior status after Fall Semester and I will graduate at the end of next year. Can I come to the Prom? Yes. Just have your guidance counselor e-mail Mr. Stewart to let him know of your change in status. Pay your Junior Dues and you are all set to purchase your tickets and come to the Prom!

    Do I have to pay more if my date doesn't go to NGHS? No.

    Do I have to pay more if my date is a freshman or sophomore at NGHS? No

    Is it OK to come to the Prom solo? In 2017, 75% of the people who purchased tickets did so with groups of friends instead of a specific date!

    Is there a dress code for the Prom? Yes. This is a formal event and the attire should reflect the formality of the event.

    Will there be chaperones at the Prom? Absolutely. There is a very visible adult presence at the Prom. In 2016, this included the following: 6 uniformed Gwinnett Police Officers, 36 adult chaperones, 9 NGHS administrators, and over 120 NGHS teachers/staff.

    Will food be available at the Prom? Proof of the Pudding will provide a selection of light hors d'oeuvres and wonderful desserts between 8:30pm and 10:30pm. Punch, water, and coffee will be available throughout the evening.

    I'm picking my child up after the Prom, what time should I be there? The prom is over at 11:00pm. Please arrive no later than 11:00pm.

    Does North Gwinnett sponsor any sort of after prom function? No. Many families host after-parties for their student but NGHS does not sponsor an after party.

    When is next year's Prom? TBA

    Other Questions: Please feel free to e-mail Mr. Stewart, the Junior Class Sponsor, with any questions you may have. (jim.stewart@gcpsk12.org)

     

  • Meet the Junior Class Sponsor

     

    Jr. Sponsor Jim Stewart

    Mr. Jim Stewart is in his 25th year as a teacher at North Gwinnett High School and his 24th as the Junior Class Sponsor.  You'll find his office in the CLC but feel free to e-mail with any questions or concerns.