The Gwinnett County Public Schools Advisement Program is designed to support the strategic priorities by helping develop productive relationships between students and school faculty. The goal of advisement, as set forth by our CEO/Superintendent J. Alvin Wilbanks, is that each middle and high school student have at least one caring adult (the advisor) with whom they feel a meaningful relationship exists. The advisor serves as an additional source of information to help the student successfully navigate middle and high school as well as develop life skills that will be need well after high school. Each school's advisement program builds upon three foundational principles of Relationship, Respect, and Resilience (3R's). The 3R's as they are known within the schools are the key components to developing strong, successful, and contributing members of our society.