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The Gwinnett County School System

Gwinnett County is made up of 16 cities and towns and 7 unincorporated communities. The county has a population of nearly 900,000 residents. The Gwinnett County Public School district is the largest in Georgia, serving around 180,000 students through its 143 schools.

Parents can depend on Varsity Tutors to connect them with a knowledgeable and motivational tutor who can help their child meet or exceed their academic goals at any age or grade level. Whether it’s learning reading, algebra, or organic chemistry, a Gwinnett County tutor can provide the necessary guidance to understand material better, improve grades, and increase test scores. Even the best student sometimes needs a bit of extra assistance to achieve their academic goals, and tutoring is a great way to get that support.

To see how well the Gwinnett County school system is preparing students for state exams, see the chart below.

Gwinnett County Test Scores

Standardized exams require students to understand the content tested, but they also need some specific test-taking skills. A tutor specializing in these exams can benefit any learner. Students facing admissions tests like the ISEE, SAT, ACT, LSAT, or GRE, could benefit from working with a test prep tutor. Additionally, a private tutor in Gwinnett County can help your child successfully prepare for the Georgia Milestones elementary and middle school exams in English language arts, math, science, and social studies. Likewise, tutors can help your high school student get ready for End-of-Course assessments in coordinate algebra, geometry, economics, or literature and composition, among others.

Gwinnett County tutors can also assist area students in virtually any subject they may be studying. Many subjects like math involve learning concepts that build upon foundational material learned in earlier coursework. If a student somehow missed a few of those earlier concepts, it could be difficult for them to keep pace as the teacher presents new topics. A tutor can help to pinpoint which gaps the student needs to fill and get them up to date on their current class material.

Some of Georgia’s best public schools can are in Gwinnett County. Of course, individual students may have a tough time in some classes, which is where a private tutor can be helpful. The table below details how the top high schools in the county compare to other public schools throughout Georgia.

Gwinnett County High School Rankings

High School Gwinnett County Ranking State Ranking AP Pass Rate
Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science & Technology 1 1 80%
North Gwinnett High School 2 6 67%
Peachtree Ridge High School 3 9 78%
Brookwood High School 4 16 77%
Buford High School 5 20 69%

The classroom sizes in Gwinnett County tend to be higher than the Georgia state average of 15 students per teacher. The area's largest schools have classrooms with about 23 students for each tutor. See more about this in the chart below.

Gwinnett County Student-to-Teacher Ratios

Mill Creek High School has a 20 1 student-teacher ratio.

Georgia Connections Academy has a 37 1 student-teacher ratio.

Norcross High School has a 19 1 student-teacher ratio.

Brookwood High School has a 20 1 student-teacher ratio.

Peachtree Ridge High School has a 20 1 student-teacher ratio.

Georgia State Average has a 15 1 student-teacher ratio.

Gwinnett County is close to Atlanta, so students who wish to further their education near home have many post-secondary options. See the follwing table to see how area colleges rank.

Gwinnett County University Rankings

College National Rank Acceptance Rate
University of Georgia 68 54%
Emory University 27 25%
Georgia Institute of Technology 35 26%
Agnes Scott College 194 65%
Spelman College 273 36%
Georgia State University 511 59%
Morehouse College 799 66%
Kennesaw State University 836 59%
Clayton State University NA 41%
Life University NA 92%

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Tutoring review by Caleb in Gwinnett County, GA
The student overall was having a great day. Today we went over study prep for her exam tomorrow and covered graphing, slope, range and domain, fractions, and a couple of other math problems. I had her go through the entire practice review at the end of the chapter. She corrected a few of the problems as soon as I started to go over it. She felt much better about the material since last week, required less cueing on her homework. There were a few questions that she got wrong that were pretty tough and I had to review with her. No strategies were covered, only concepts related to the work. She is getting much better at graphing and slope intercepts. I also went with her and looked ahead for the future week and saw what was coming up just to see how well she understood the future material.
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Tutoring review by Samuel in Gwinnett County, GA
Today we saw each one of the problems the student had in the test and added some others in order to master operations such as diamond diagrams, rules of signs and algebraic simplification. The student solved each and every problem I wrote for him. We reviewed his mistakes and corrected them hoping for him to understand which operation to use according to the problem. We expect a good grade on his test for tomorrow.
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Tutoring review by Ken in Gwinnett County, GA
The student and I reviewed two passages of ACT reading, twenty math problems, and three passages of ACT science. Though he struggled a bit with science, he did well on all sections tonight and exceedingly well with math.
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Tutoring review by Evan in Gwinnett County, GA
The student and I reviewed material for her upcoming midterm. We practiced taking the derivative of functions using the power rule and using the definition of the limit. Moreover, we reviewed her past quizzes, which included questions on building functions that satisfy a given set of requirements and taking the first and second derivative of different functions.
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Tutoring review by Maribel in Gwinnett County, GA
The student had homework assignments on finding the mean, median, mode, and range of various problems sets; and on the properties of exponents. Another session has been scheduled to continue with her homework assignments and review for an upcoming test.
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Tutoring review by Eric in Gwinnett County, GA
Today's session with this student went really well. We spent our time working on calculus in preparation for her upcoming exams. It was our first time working on math and she had forgotten a lot of material from the last couple of years. We spent most of our time reviewing the material and I think that it made a big difference. Her biggest struggle so far is forgetting what she has already learned. I showed her a lot of simple, effective ways of remembering the earlier material and I think it will make a big difference. I asked her to work extra problems from her book.
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