"We Exist for Students"

Gwinnett County Public Schools
"2010 Broad Prize Winner"

Phoenix High School

Donna H. Scott, Principal

501 West Pike Street
Lawrenceville, GA 30046

770-513-6862 Main Office
770-513-6864 Fax

Phoenix High School
Counseling and Career Center
Media Center
Parenting Center
Testing Schedule
About Us

Business and Computer Science
Digital Media
Early Childhood Education
Fine Arts
Language Arts
Modern Languages
Physical Education
Social Studies

Credit Recovery

Last Update:
August 24, 2013

~ Guidance Counseling Services ~
Nancy A. Jones, Chairperson


~ Graduation Information ~

Career Center, Robert L. Campbell Scholarship and Scholarships

Student Last Names and Counselor

A and B
C thru J
K thru Z

Guidance Office Staff

Carolyn Lamar

Vickie Uhl

Guidance Counseling Services

GCPS Choice Books

For Graduation Requirements and Post Secondary Planning for Parents and Students Click Here

College Dual Enrollment

Students interested in applying for the College Dual Enrollment Program for the 2010-2011 school year should make an appointment with Ms. Jones. To qualify for this program, a student must have at least a 3.0 academic grade point average and should register for the May SAT.


Transcripts are requested in the Counseling office by completing a transcript form and submitting a $5.00 fee at the time of the written request. Transcripts will be available for pickup no later than 48 hours after they have been requested.

~ Attention Students ~
If you are planning on taking any classes from another school that is NOT a Gwinnett County Public School, then you must see your counselor to complete some required paperwork PRIOR to taking the classes. There has been a change in policy that can affect the acceptance of course grades from schools which are not a Gwinnett County Public School. So, it is very important to consult with your counselor if you are considering this.

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Career Center

The Career Center is where Phoenix students can find information
about options available to them for "life after Phoenix."

The center is located in the Guidance Office and available to all students (not just seniors). Students are welcome to come and work on their own using a variety of resources to investigate careers, post-secondary schools, the military, financial aid and scholarships - and much more. (see "Resources".)

Individual help is also available with Ms. Floyd, Career Specialist. Students can make an appointment to discuss their plans for the future- whether that is college admission, the military or the job market.

Click here for Career Center Resources / Opportunities
Financial Aid - Fellowships- Internships - Other Scholarships

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