Business and Technology Education
Business Education, Family and Consumer Sciences, and Technical Education
Technical Education Programs
Technical Education is offered in Gwinnett County Public Schools in order to better prepare high school students for the demands of the 21st century economy and post secondary education. All courses provide an environment where students can learn the relevance of combing technical skills with academic knowledge.
Business and Computer Science
All courses in Business and Computer Science are offered as elective credit. Mastery of business skills with project-based learning and leadership development activities through Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) will give students a competitive edge for the global marketplace.
Students who are interested in competing in a global society should prepare by registering for Marketing courses. Students who are in Marketing classes may further develop their skills through participation in DECA, a student organization.