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State says these are Gwinnett’s best schools. Does your kid go to one?

Twenty-three Gwinnett County schools are among the best in Georgia, according to the Governor’s Office on Student Achievement.

The schools received the “Highest Achieving” distinction for earning a three-year average College Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) in the 93rd percentile or higher. That index evaluates how a school prepares students for their next steps in life, whether it be higher education or a job.

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Schools can earn a bronze award for being in the 93rd percentile, silver for being in the 95th percentile, gold for being in the 97th percentile and platinum for being in the 99th percentile.

Some Gwinnett schools were also recognized as the state’s most improved.

The "Highest Achieving” schools in the Gwinnett County School District are:

  • Brookwood Elementary School, Silver
  • Brookwood High School, Silver
  • Camp Creek Elementary School, Silver
  • Crews Middle School, Silver
  • Five Forks Middle School, Bronze
  • Gwin Oaks Elementary School, Bronze
  • Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology, Platinum
  • Head Elementary School, Bronze
  • Hull Middle School, Silver
  • Level Creek Elementary School, Silver
  • Mill Creek High School, Bronze
  • Mulberry Elementary School, Bronze
  • North Gwinnett High School, Gold
  • North Gwinnett Middle School, Gold
  • Osborne Middle School, Gold
  • Parsons Elementary School, Silver
  • Puckett’s Mill Elementary School, Silver
  • Riverside Elementary School, Gold
  • Roberts Elementary School, Bronze
  • Simpson Elementary School, Gold
  • Suwanee Elementary School, Silver
  • Twin Rivers Middle School, Silver

Buford City School District also received a “Highest Achieving” distinction for Buford High School, which got the gold award.

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