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The Georgia Department of Education released the 2012 graduation rates on May 21, 2013. Gwinnett County Public Schools's rate increased more than three percentage points.
Rising sixth-grade students are invited to attend the four-day sessions in June or July.
Graduations for Gwinnett County Public Schools students take place May 20-25. Eighty-four percent of seniors plan to attend college or post-secondary schools.
The principal will address graduating seniors of Norcross High on May 24. He is completing his first full school year as the principal there.
Duluth High School's Erica Millette will speak at the ceremony May 23.
Gwinnett County Public Schools salutes fine arts programs in its latest issue of Communique.
Marci Sledge takes over for the school, as the current principal is retiring.
The state Department of Education released the first results from the new Georgia College and Career Ready Performance Index which replaces Adequate Yearly Progress report.
Ten Gwinnett high schools were among the nation's top schools.
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