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It’s time to A.C.T.

It’s time to A.C.T.

Assess student performance at the mid-year mark by taking time to ACT: Accountability, Communication and Time Management By: Mike Wood, Language Arts Teacher at North Gwinnett High School I argue that the most difficult transition in a young person’s life is the jump from middle school to high school. The beginning of high school, although

High School Extra Credit

We reached out to local high schools to shine a light on some of the MVPs of their under-the-radar sports and activities. By: Lizzy James and Madison Coats  Basketball, football, baseball — oh my! These universally known sports tend to dominate conversations surrounding high school extracurriculars, but what about the hundreds of other after-school activities

The Big T’do

North Gwinnett Schools Foundation’s Annual Fundraiser Impacts Local Students in a Big Way By: Angela Veugeler Suwanee consistently tops national lists as one of the best places to live or raise a family (Money Magazine 2014, Kiplinger.com). With the many parks, Suwanee Town Center, Suwanee Creek Greenway, affordable living and proximity to Atlanta, it’s no

Letters for Santa

Here at Suwanee Magazine, we love encouraging students of all ages to write about things they are passionate about and nothing brings out more passion in a child than their Christmas wish list for Santa! Our team decided to help our friend up at the North Pole collect some very important letters. From makeup sets

Student Spotlight: Halloween Stories

Here at Suwanee Magazine, we love encouraging students of all ages to write about things they are passionate about. Our team asked local students to tell a story about their favorite Halloween Memory or Costume.   We loved all of the submissions we received, but these four students stole the show! Read the submissions from our

2018 High School Valedictorian Spotlight

They may have come from various walks of life and have had different experiences, but Jenna, Peter, and AnnaBelle all share one thing: They are some of the best and brightest students in Gwinnett County. We had the opportunity to sit down with them and learn what it’s like to be their school’s 2018 valedictorians.

Back-to-School Stories

Here at Suwanee Magazine, we love encouraging students of all ages to write about things they are passionate about. Our team asked local students to tell a story about a time when summer had ended and they, some very unwillingly, had to go back to school.  We loved all of the submissions we received, but

Back to School Submissions

Here at Suwanee Magazine, we love encouraging students of all ages to write about things they are passionate about. Our team asked local students to tell a story about a time when summer had ended and they, some very unwillingly, had to go back to school. We loved all of the submissions we received! Check-out

New Concrete Ping Pong Table at Sims Lake Park

Suwanee Magazine Interviews Creator, Andrew Winton The City of Suwanee is known for it’s greenspaces and many parks. A new, unique feature at Sims Lake Park is a ping pong table built by Collins Hill High School Sophomore, Andrew Winton. Winton recently completed the table for an Eagle Scout project. Suwanee Magazine interviewed Winton about

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