GSMST News

  • Beginning of School Information

    Now that in-person instruction has begun, we are not accepting preference changes for the remainder of fall semester.  Families who are experiencing a hardship situation related to the current health pandemic can always contact their child's counselor for assistance and support.

    All in-person families should complete the GCPS Expectations for In-Person Students.


    GCPS will be communicating with all families during the second half of October regarding family preferences for spring semester.  Parents will be able to choose digital or in-person instruction through the Parent Portal from 10/28 until 11/15.  GSMST parents who need help establishing or updating their Parent Portal account can contact Ms. Czarick (678-518-6692) in our Counseling Office directly.

    The health and physical safety of students, faculty, and staff continues to be our top priority and we appreciate your support for GSMST!

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  • Teacher of the Year

    Mr Bray with Teacher of the Year Laura Gray

    We are proud to announce that Ms. Laura Gray is our 2020-2021 Teacher of the Year!

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  • Current Lottery Results

    Final lottery results are posted on our Admissions Page

    The waitlist has closed for the Class of 2024.  Information about the lottery application process for the Class of 2025 will be posted in October.

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  • STAR Student and Teacher

    STAR Student and Teacher with Principal IV Bray

    STAR Student and Teacher with Principal IV Bray at STAR Luncheon with Adam Forrand

    Congratulations to Young Lin for being named our 2020 STAR Student! He chose Patricia Caldwell as his STAR Teacher!

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  • GCPS Names National Merit Semifinalists

    National Merit Semifinalists

    The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has started its nationwide search for the students who will be named 2020 National Merit Scholars. As part of this first step, 72 Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) seniors have been named 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalists, including 21 students from GSMST! Congratulations to all our semifinalists.

    See the GCPS news release.

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  • The American Association of Teachers of German has designated The Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology as a German Center of Excellence in the United States. Our program has been recognized for its accomplishments and the school has been awarded the title of German Center of Excellence. Since 1995, only one other school in Georgia has received this honor and we are the first school in Gwinnett County to be recognized with this accomplishment.

    Our German Program has been recognized by AATG for its excellence in:
    curriculum design
    faculty professionalism and expertise in subject
    instructional strategies
    assessment techniques
    community engagement

    Congratulations to our German teachers Carlos Burse and Anisio dos Santos, and to the whole World Languages team!

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  • Orchestra Accolades

    Congratulations to the following orchestra students on being accepted to the Emory Youth Symphony Orchestra and Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra, two of the most elite Atlanta area honor orchestras.

    For E.Y.S.O.: Olivia C., Neha G., Nevin G., Roland M., Jonathan K., Gabriel L., and Gabby N-J.

    And for A.S.Y.O.: Suann K., Brandon L., and Angela L. who was named as an alternate.

    Congratulations are also in order for Sasha K, Paula P, and Abbygale S on being selected to the Gwinnett County Youth Symphony Honor Orchestra. They were selected from hundreds of other Gwinnett County students after auditioning this past Saturday. Way to go ladies!

    Great job orchestra students!

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  • Infinitas Volume 8 Cover The National Council of Teachers of English has released their ranking of literary magazines across the country for the 2017-2018 school year, and GSMST's Infinitas earned "REALM First Class," which equates to best in state.

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