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2288 Main St E
Snellville, GA 30078

(770) 972-4840
(770) 736-4329
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November 14, 2014
I am a senior here. The whole academy thing is not working out well. The only significant difference I see is with the counselors. No one knows where to locate the counselors now that the counselors are no longer located in the counseling office. All of us need recommendations, transcripts, and to know about our graduation requirements, but the counselors make it so difficult for us. They try to have senior talks with each individual academy group of seniors. But they have not been successful. Why can't they just have a large senior talk after school? Seniors who actually care about graduating would stay after school to get information. Some of us go to Maxwell or Grayson-Tech, and usually the academy senior talks are during lunch. Thus, some seniors are unaware of information that is necessary for graduation. I honestly feel that the counselors are helping the students who aren't on the track to graduate more than the students who actually are going to graduate. Why am I penalized because other seniors don't and didn't care about passing their classes? Our motto was "college not if, but where," but now it seems more like "just trying to get you out of here."

- submitted by a student
September 26, 2014
Where does one begin? My daughter is a 9th grader at South and is very unhappy there. She is an Honors student and is a great girl however this school is eating her alive. She has seen 5 kids beat within an inch of their lives...just this week!!! There are girls that pick on her and her friends and call them names for no reason and her teachers are not challenging her enough. Her accelerated algebra teacher just write problems on the board and tells them to copy it, not walk them through it. She is so frustrated. Since we bought our home, the school has hit a serious decline and I will not continue to submit my children to this school. We are selling our home ASAP and moving to North Gwinnett or Forsyth county. They really need to fix this school and quick. NONE of our neighborhood high school kids go here and that's just sad.

- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2014
This is a response to the parent post from earlier today....my family was in a similar situation with one son entering South Gwinnett and the other a rising freshman. We moved to a different school district midway through the school year last year. It was the best decision we could have made. My children (both of whom are AP Honors students) are finally being challenged in a school with other similar students. The extra attention the teachers are able to provide allows for the kids to really learn. Both of my sons are thriving once we removed them from the Snellville school systems.

- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2014
This is one of the worst school in Gwinnett. The administrative staff is clueless and have no idea who is responsible for what. Trying to contact the school by phone is a parent nightmare. No one answers the phone and if an when they answer you are either transferred to someone else's voice mail or disconnected. Forget about leaving a voice mail because your child's so called counselor will just not call you back. I wish I had to means to send my child to another school.

- submitted by a parent
March 05, 2014
South Gwinnett is way too easy. Recently they have been pushing students to be in AP classes, so now AP teachers have to accommodate for the students who are taking AP classes and shouldn't be. I am currently in 4 AP classes and each class is filled to the brim with students (except my AP Physics class). Teachers give students way too many opportunities for extra credit because about half the class fails the tests they give. My classmates are failing because, I hate to say it, they lack academic capacity that is needed to take these AP level tests and classes. Even with the 10 points we receive at the end of the year, most of these students are still failing which in turn makes the teacher feel bad, so they feel obligated to give out extra credit. Therefore, with AP teachers giving less challenging assignments and tons of extra credit, students like me who have been in the gifted program their whole life aren't being challenged in class anymore. I don't even remember the last time I've done homework and some how I got all A's last semester. I found myself getting 101's in two of my classes at the end of the year and having a 101 in an AP class just sounds unrealistic.

- submitted by a student
February 23, 2014
I am amazed too about the last review that was written. Let me begin by saying that we are in the minority however, my son has done very well at South. He is currently a Junior. He takes AP courses and honors classes and he is an A student. He did awesome on the SAT and ACT and will start dual enrollment next year. He really has done well in classes. He does tell me about things that go on at the school with the kids.I do believe that happens at all schools. Some more than others. Administration had changed a good bit. However I do believe that most teachers and staff over there care about keeping the kids out of trouble and focused on college. The few that I've dealt with in the administration have been very helpful and fair. They stay busy and stay on top of their game. I would never give this school lower than a 4. I am pleased with the teachers and staff. They are not perfect, but they do a great job. As parents, we have to do ours too.

- submitted by a parent
January 25, 2014
wow I am amaze how some people on here down talk this school my son has been there for 2 years and we have been in GA for the last 5 years and I can definitely say this is a great school teachers as well as the administration stay in contact with the parents and for that last review it sounds weird that person saying things like that because for me and many of the parents I now this is a great school

- submitted by a parent
January 05, 2014
South Gwinnett is a terrible school. I think because it has gotten bad reviews in the past the staff there is now over the top with discipline. My child was a straight A student all of her life until she attended south then it was constant petty phone calls from the school. The nee principal Mr. Thigpen is clueless and their lack of proper communication will cause your child to get lost in the shuffle if you allow it. If you want what is best for your child choose Grayson or Shiloh or anywhere other than south Gwinnett.

- submitted by a parent
October 09, 2013
I dont know what to choose south gwinnett or shiloh. I would like yo go to shiloh mainly because of the IB program but i am zoned to south gwinnett and they have alot of AP classes please help me choose!!!!!!!!!!

- submitted by a community member
August 21, 2013
Meh.I'm a senior at south and its not as bad as everyone tries to make it out to be. Yes,south has issues undisciplined kids ,Drugs,Fights,Sex the whole spleel. But,Dont act likr brookwood "Gwinnetts Prized school doesnt have that too. South my last four years has been good.Nothing truly OUTRageous has happened to warrant that much negativity to our school.South offers ALOT of AP classes mpd most of which i have taken.The teachers sybsouth a great for the most part,amd they ALWAYS work with you. Even though as a High-school senior i wasn't stoked about getting a new principle Mr.Thigpen has not been bad his one and only goal is to put on back on praise and turn south back into the shining star it once was. GO COMETS

- submitted by a community member
August 05, 2013
South Gwinnett high school needed. Mr. Hunter is an outstanding principle. Best principal in Gwinnett county

- submitted by a parent
June 30, 2013
My daughter graduated in 2012 with Honors from South Gwinnett. Parents need to be involved in their childs school and have their child get involved in their school! You always see the same parents. The saddest part was going to my daughters games and NEVER seeing parents of certain girls. Stop pointing fingers at the schools, RAISE your child. By the time they get into high school the parents should have done their job. . . but in far to many cases they have not. If your child is proactive and has a good attitude about school they can adjust to any school they attend. I was glad my daughter was able to attend such a diverse school with Mr. Hunter as princepal. College. . .not if but where! Go Comets!

- submitted by a parent
February 26, 2013
My daughter is a 9th grader at South Gwinnett and has not been doing well at all. She has been failing since last semester and I have not had any help or notification from the school. I relocated to Gwinnett so that my daughter would have a better chance at a education but to no avail at this high school. They do not provide any support to freshmans or freshmans's parents. I have reached out to the school on numerous occasions and have actually been told that there are too many students enrolled here to be able to reach out to parents. The portal that is available is not up to date and emailing teachers using the portal does not work because you do not get any response back even though counseling office advises you to use it to communicate with the teachers. Overrall I am not impressed. My daughter has always been a B student and is now failing makes no earthly sense to me. We will be relocating this summer.

- submitted by a parent
July 20, 2012
South is in decline. In the early 2000s, it was ranked #11 in Georgia. Today, it is ranked #70. SAT scores are trending down and the most recent average score was 164 points below the national average as well as below the Gwinnett County average. Students are not as safe as they once were. The school failed to make AYP this past year.

- submitted by a parent
April 10, 2012
I was not impressed with this school when my child attended in 2010-2011. My teen was in gifted classes and was always an A/B student. She barely passed last year! I did use the parent portal to keep up with her grades and work, and she did pass. However, i was very surprised that no counselor or teacher ever asked for a conference to discuss the grades and to perhaps offer my child some support (teaching time-management and study skills? Isn't that part of counselors job). Good kids are invisible here because the focus is on remediation and behavior issues (which cause a lot of distraction in class). Needless to say, we pulled her out to do online school and she is now back to a's and b's.

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2012
I have two children currently attending SGHS, 12th & 9th grades. My 12th grader has been very successful and has had decent teachers all four years she attended. She is a B average student who has taken at least six AP courses between 11th & 12th grade. She is fully prepared for college and has a great network of teachers and friends at SGHS. I believe any school is what you make of it as a family/network.

- submitted by a parent
January 25, 2012
This school has became a nightmare! Poor leadership and many students behaving like animals with electronic devices up and down the halls. The whole whisper in the community is when will this school get back to the basics that made it a good school years ago! I am planning on removing my son next year. I hear the best school in Gwinnett is Brookwood! Taxpayers beware of SGHS

- submitted by a parent
September 02, 2011
South Gwinnett, is a very good school. I have had two kids graduated from this school. One of my son is in the USCG and is studying Pre- Law.My other son is an Registered Nurse and is studying to be a Physician. South Gwinnett School was an excellent start for my kids. You as a parent has to be involved with your children education. I am proud that my kids got a good start at South. I feel that each child is responsible for their own actions and effort in any school. I proud to see the new addition and constrution for the school. South Gwinnett is by far one of the greatest High School and is very diverse.

- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2011
If you want your kid to get an easy A, this is not the school. The educational expectations here are high. My daughters have taken chemistry and trigonometry, and those are just 2 examples of required classes here that I never had to take (and my parents sent me to an expensive Christian private college preparatory school). School is what you make of it. If you don't put in the work, you won't get the results. If you need help, you need to ask for it. I would give the school 5 stars, but there are aspects that are difficult -- the parking, the layout of the campus, which are largely out of the staff's control, but do make the school challenging at times for students, staff and parents. I think the school needs to work harder at social marketing and other communication methods to boost the reputation (marketing) of the school's image.

- submitted by a parent
May 23, 2011
South Gwinnett is undergoing major reconstruction, under the direction of Mr. Hunter (Principal). Gwinnett County made a brilliant move by assigning him to South. Gwinnett understands the needs of the students. Ask any student who wants to learn and they'll tell you they feel safe and motivated to learn. They know Principal Hunter by name/face because they converse with him on a regular basis. Students appreciate what Mr. Hunter is doing at South. Of course teachers are awesome!! We've seen more parental participation over the past year or two. (I believe we need more parents involved.) There is more community support, from churches to local stores. I feel secure sending my kids to such a learning environment (of course I m an involved parent)!

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2011
South Gwinnett high is the worst school around Snellville, if you wanna be able to learn very well and get into a good college DON'T GO to this school because the student here are very rude and disrespectful, you cant learn anything because the student are very loud in the class acting like they are in elementary, the principle man i don't even know what to say bout him, he is trying but i just feel like many of the rules he have is unnecessary, student acts like they own the school most of the teacher there i think are very racist and the councilor there does not help you, they will tell you the wrong thing when it come to the class you need because they did they same thing to me and now i am way behind and they are trying to do the same to my sister but it is not going to work, i hate this school and i never wanna come back. the best school around here is phoenix high school in Lawrenceville. Go there and you will love it and you will graduate early:)

- submitted by a student
September 28, 2010
By the time a student arrives in high school there is only so much teachers and administrators can do to motivate students and maintain behavioral standards. I see the SAME parents volunteering time and time again. With reference to a previous comment, I have never been unable to access parking at any of my multiple trips to the school. I have 2 students at South, and I am disappointed in the behavior of some students which is a reflection on the parents and not the teachers or administrators. My two girls are in the 10th and 11th grades, and their teachers are and have always been available to them for help,many times going above and beyond to help them to reach their potential. PARENTS..STOP BLAMING SCHOOLS FOR YOUR FAILURE TO RAISE YOUR KIDS

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 03, 2010
I am very disappointed in South Gwinnett High School administration and Principal. The Principal cannot be trusted.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 18, 2010
I have 3 children at south gwinett and will look for an alternative means to educate my 4th. This school does everthing they can to encourage kids with attendance issues to withdraw instead of looking at why a child has an attendance issue. I would not want to attend classes where the teachers have no control over the students and disrupt my child's ability to learn. Most of these students don't care if they disrupt the learning process because mommy and daddy can pay for credit recovery which is really school sanctioned bribery to pass a class. Parent participation is virtually impossible considering you can't reach the visitor parking for all the employees parked in the fire lane. of course you could park on the other side of the school in the one available visitor parking spot that is blocked in by busses at 1:30( no wonder it's available).

- submitted by a parent
December 03, 2009
I am a student at phoenix high school in gwinnett county and I came from south gwinnett. But South gwinnett is a great school and this year it has came a long way Mr.Hunter the new principle is doing a lot of great things for the school. I am returning to south gwinnett in january I cant wait to go back i miss it there so much.

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November 23, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
October 19, 2009
The staff involvement this year is wonderful!!! Its just what South needed. Mr. Hunter is an outstanding principle

- submitted by a parent
September 14, 2009
South is a great school. The teachers are amazing and they are just great to talk to. I love and miss this school so much...

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June 23, 2009
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April 29, 2009
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March 02, 2009
My daughter is graduating this year and had an opportunity to do the CNA programme through Maxwell High School. I think this is an awsome idea, helping students to get their career started whiles still in high school. My daughter wants to do nursing and this is a start. I think the school like most US schools however, need to allow students a little more lunch time so they won't have to stuff their faces as they eat. Teachers should be held accountable when students assignments are lost after it has been turned in.

- submitted by a parent
October 04, 2008
As a student here, I do agree that south gwinnett has it's perks and it's down. For one thing, the school itself is fine, and so of the teachers if they actually know what they are teaching. However, the safety and sercuity of the school does scare me a bit, because tons of things happen here, and the only thing that honestly gets down because of it is having all the students rights dimished and reduced. It' not a bad school, but they do need to work more on 'handling the school'.

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October 01, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
September 23, 2008
South Gwinnett High School has such tremendous potential and the ability to restore itself to its glory days if the leadership would take full rein, stop lowering expectations, demand full responsibility from students, hold PARENTS accountable and implement a 'uniform' dress code. I know so many wonderful Snellville families, that were absolute assets to the South cluster, that left once the proposed uniform dress code recommendation was abandoned. A uniform dress code policy alone would turn this school around in no time. There are numerous studies that support all the benefits of uniform dress code. Lastly, kids can learn to express themselves in less superficial, more productive ways than their clothing. Take a stand SGHS. Stop bowing down to dissenters and do what is in the best interest of the students, the school and the community.

- submitted by a community member
no rating September 22, 2008
As a parent with kids at SGHS, I think many of the teachers are wonderful, concerned, and care about the students learning as much as they can be taught. However, I must say that the principal and security, like other administrators, should be visible throughout the campus and known by the students. One major thing I do not understand is the cost for kids involved in cheerleading; the cost is outrageous compared to other schools throughout the metro area. I wonder how are the monies being alllocated, especially since the kids do not get to keep much of what the parents are struggling to pay for. Many schools cost a fraction of what these kids are paying for camp as well as uniforms etc., and they get to keep everything purchased. Why isn't it the same at SGHS?

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 18, 2008
I moved into the South district 2 years ago, my children are 12th and 11th grade. Since being at the school I do concur with other parents on the presence of the principal. He needs to be more visible and show more authority. If you ask most at the school, they'll say Ms. Jarrett is the real principal. It's amzing I went to a HS with over 2300 kids in the 70's and we only had (1) principal and (1) Asst. prin. Why do the current schools need so many? Overall the school is pretty decent, but I do see a trend in recruiting college grads as new teachers, and the majority ara not ready to teach hs, therefore the kids loose out because of inmaturity of the new teachers. Submitted by Concerned Parent

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April 04, 2008
I think that teachers would be much better at their jobs if they pay attention to their students and stop having attitude with the students.................... And the principal, i barely see him, he comes out every blue moon or less so i mean i thought our pricipal was a woman, i was wrong. But some teachers dont even teach they dont even give us something to work on. you know the aks that the teacher suppose to teach us. some just gives us the requirerments and expects us to start from 0% by the end of the semester..plz ....... i think us students are smarter than most teachers.

- submitted by a student
no rating November 03, 2007
As a current Sophmore at South Gwinnett. I have come to realize that there are great teachers that are willing to help but the students have to be able to ask for it.

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September 26, 2007
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- submitted by a student
January 25, 2007
This coming from someone who actually graduated from South Gwinnett, as opposed to these other generic angst filled reviews coming from current students who don't know how to appreciate what is being given to them. South Gwinnett, in my personal opinion, is a very good school. As long as you put forth an effort, teachers will always be willing to help. I recall many teachers holding help days almost four times a week, within an hour window. That's eight hours available to receive help, the only other place you may find teachers that dedicated to helping students is college. The class selection is also very good. There are plenty of electives to satisfy anyone and to help put career ideas inside students heads. So for all these negative reviews, grow up and appreciate what you are given. South Gwinnett's test scores speak for themselves.

- submitted by a former student
January 11, 2007
South Gwinnett is not the worst school but it is not the greatest ether. I am in the 10 grade there and I find the school ok. I enjoy playing football with the very good program they have. One problem is that the school is extramly over crowded as it is. more people coming to this school is never a good thing.

- submitted by a student
December 18, 2006
South Gwinnett is an okay school. This is going to be my third and final year. When i first moved here back during the fall semester of 2004, the school was a pleasant place to go to. BUT, now its horrible, there are fights every day. In most of my classes its seems as if the students battle with the teachers. I recommend looking at George Walton Academy, or Grayson HS.

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November 03, 2006
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October 11, 2006
This is byfar the wors school I have seen. I am a current student here, theres no good aspects about this school if I wear a parent Ill keep my child far away from this school.

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September 10, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
July 27, 2006
We are mostly happy with SGHS overall. The uniform dress code argument shows that not only is the staff at SGHS unprepared to handle the school's diversity, the school-publicized support of uniforms by the city government and other elite community leaders in Snellville, shows the community as a whole has yet to come to grips with social change in Snellville. The attempt is to make all students, including girls, dress like white, male middle-managers. The principal was right to table this subject for another year. Over the past year, we parents did get excellent feedback from academic subject teachers. Technical and gym teachers were uncommunicative and unresponsive, signs of being overwhelmed and possibly overworked. Counseling and attendance office personnel were very caring. The buildings and trailers are chaotic. This school is 'under construction' in more ways than one.

- submitted by a parent
July 25, 2006
Your child will not be safe and the administration staff does not help your child. I thought this was a good school but they don't help your children at all. I recently transfer my child out of this school. I want my child to get a good education. I realized that I can not do that at South Gwinnett High School.

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2006
As a current student at South Gwinnett, I can honestly say that I have seen a drastic change in the dynamics of our school just over the past year. There are many more fights, and too many student's grades drop far too often. The most obvious problem to me is the lack of interest the administration has in the students succeeding. There is no motivation from them for us to do anything but graduate, if even. They just want us out of there, really. No one at South Gwinnett is there pushing us. No one wants us to succeed badly enough to give us an extra nudge every now and then, spare a few teachers. South Gwinnett High School is going downhill very fast, and I am scared to see what will happen to it in the coming years.

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April 06, 2006
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- submitted by a former student
December 07, 2005
My children are attending SGHS from Clayton County and I am surprised. I was told that SGHS was one of the top schools in GC, but my children come home frustrated stating that the teachers will not take time to help them. Sad to say Clayton Cty gets a bad rap, but the teachers my children dealt with took time with them to help them learn their studies. I am very disappointed with SGHS. -Very concerned parent

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November 28, 2005
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November 26, 2005
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- submitted by a student
August 25, 2005
South Gwinnett high school needs a lot of help, my son came home the other night with physics and U.S. history homework and he couldn't even finish it because the teachers don't really teach they just give them notes and expect them to understand all of the work they have to do.

- submitted by a parent
August 04, 2005
This will be my childrens (2) second year at South Gwinnett. I sincerely pray that this year academically it will offer them more; the teachers that are servicing our students have a lack of compassion for the career they have chosen. It would appear that is just a job with a few of them. Coming from upstate NY, I remember truly loving my teachers for the genuine concern and the deep rooted motivation they shown. I concur with LJ statement, the teachers and the administration of SGHS is not equipped to deal with the influx of minority students that are attending this institution. Hopefully, the mind set of the establishment will change into the 21st century, where all people of color will have the same opportunities.

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June 21, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
February 08, 2005
Geez, did anyone actually go to this school? Yeah, the school, in an architectural sense, is sound, however the teaching staff that it housed was not so well constructed. I had a few teachers there who were quite brilliant, or at the very least nice, however most of them were inadequate at best for the job at hand. The biggest problem, however, was the abysmal administrative staff. Believe me, I had been in trouble enough times at no fault of my own to know their level of comprehension of being 'fair and just'. Let's just say, I wish all of the future students a lot of luck, because you're going to need it.

- submitted by a former student
June 02, 2004
I moved here to Snellville 2yrs ago, and now my daughter is going to be a sophmore. I find that this school is very in tune with my child needs as well as mine. They understand that I am a concerned parent who cares about my childs education. She has settled in very nicely. She has made so many friends as if she was born and raised here with her peers. She has participated in plenty of afterschool activities which is tiring as well as refresshing because she can be a shy child. My only concern is the safety, I've noticed that with the increase of students that the police are up to the school quite often and that worries me concidering that I have a daughter. Overall I really like the school.

- submitted by a parent
May 23, 2004
As a current college junior who graduated in 2001, it is evident to me that I am so well prepared academically and socially because of South Gwinnett High School. The teachers and staff challenged me, and were there to provide support and encouragement. The wide range of extracurricular activities available also makes students more well-rounded. I know that much of my success can be credited to the four years I spent at South Gwinnett.

- submitted by a former student
April 20, 2004
South Gwinnett High School is a wonderful and promising school for those young who would like to do something with their life. The teacher quality and administration could be a lot better although they have the best school spirit in all the state.

- submitted by a parent
March 07, 2004
South Gwinnett is a good school, but they are not ready for minorities. They do not know how to handle African Americans.

- submitted by a parent
December 29, 2003
I moved my child to this school because of the excellent special education team here. It took me 3 years to accomplish this move but it has been the best decision that i ever made.

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December 28, 2003
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- submitted by a student
no rating October 06, 2003
My daughter is a freshman at South Gwinnet High School, so far I see great things for her there. The teachers are there for her and for me as a parent and even though tereh is construction going on the staff think of the students first. The extracurricular activities are great, they teach them self control and discipline, I know I'm new at the school but I see great curriculum for my daughter. I also see a good future for her there.

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South Gwinnett High School
2288 Main St E, Snellville, GA  30078
(770) 972-4840
Last modified South Gwinnett High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 6 out of 10 based on academic quality.
South Gwinnett High School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 76 reviews. Top