• GCPS Named a Finalist for 2014 Broad Prize 
    for Urban Education

    In its first year of eligibility after winning The Broad Prize in 2010, Gwinnett County Public Schools was named a finalist for the 2014 Broad Prize for Urban Education. As one of only two school districts in the country recognized this year for student achievement gains, Gwinnett is guaranteed $250,000 and could win as much as $750,000 in college scholarships for its high school seniors. Click here for more information.


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GCPS: On Course for Continued Success?

GCPS: On Course for Continued Success?

GCPS has earned the reputation as a high-performing school district that provides a quality and effective education for every student. To sustain our success, we must continuously review where we are and envision what the district must be in the future. In 2014, GCPS is revisiting its vision, mission, and strategic goals. Please take this online survey.

GCPS Initiatives

GCPS is focused on four major initiatives… initiatives connected to our core business of teaching and learning and to our vision of becoming a system of world- class schools. We encourage you to learn more about these initiatives

Gwinnett Teacher Effectiveness System 
Leadership Development
Connections Question of the Month


Envisioning a System of World-Class Schools

Envisioning a System of World-Class Schools

Gwinnett County citizens highly value the important role education plays in building a thriving, global community and strongly support the school system’s pursuit of excellence. The finest teachers in the profession, involved parents, and a supportive community are key elements in the district’s quest to become a system of world-class schools. Read more about us »

J. Alvin Wilbanks, Superintendent

A Message From
J. Alvin Wilbanks, Superintendent

Gwinnett County Public Schools’ vision is to become a system of world-class schools, and our mission is to pursue excellence for each student. Our relentless focus on the vision and mission have led our school district to make great strides… however, there is still much to do.  Read More.