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With Gratitude to all of our Teachers at Duluth High School.
You're the best!
                                                                          
            CONGRATULATIONS!!!

  
 
We're proud of the following students' National Latin Exam scores:

Stanley Hu - Silver Maxima Cum Laude - Latin I
Erin Kim - Silver Maxima Cum Laude - Latin I
Qianmo Chen - Silver Maxima Cum Laude - Latin I
Matigan Lin - Magna Cum Laude - Latin I
Diana Guzman-Lugo - Cum Laude - Latin I

Johnny Chadwick - Cum Laude - Latin II
Judy Vega - Cum Laude - Latin II
Lilian Liu - Cum Laude - Latin II

Abigail Snyder - Silver Maxima Cum Laude - Latin III
Monica Cheung - Magna Cum Laude - Latin III
Helen Le - Cum Laude - Latin III

Gratulationes omnibus discipulis!
                     
                                                        Miriam Patrick
                                                          Latin Teacher and JCL Sponsor

Students receiving 2016 National Merit Recognition

  
(L to R):
First Row: Ganesh Prabakaran, Thomas Yoo, David Zhao, Nicholas Bennett, Akhil Kikkeri
Second Row: Niki Saelou, Zoe Tang, Monica Cheug, Joanne Lee, Kelsey Dabrowski
Not Pictured - Alex Ta

Class of 2016 UGA Certificate of Merit Recipients

  
(L to R):
First Row: Akhil Kikkeri, Jason Vo, Jason Kim, George Jiang, Monica Cheung, Ganesh Prabakaran, Alexey Zaytsev
Second Row: Brandan Kang, Thy Tran, Niki Saelou, Zoe Tang, Bianca Guerrero, Chie Murai, Jasmine Chen, Carissa Ghazalie, Joanne Lee
Third Row: Thomas Yoo, David Zhao, Jared Borders, Tilak Patel, Mitchell McCurry, Hedaya Weber, Erick Phung, Seoyong Park
            SPORTS NEWS!!!

Boys Lacrosse 
   

 

Ryan Middleton set a new school record 
for career points during Duluth's 13-3 victory over Meadowcreek on April 24. Middleton had two goals and four assists in the game, surpassing the old record of 127 career points. The senior has signed a scholarship to play for the University of Cumberland next season, is an Eagle Scout and the Wildcats' captain for the second straight year. 
Jason Kim added three goals and two assists in the win. Frankie Viloria had two goals and two assists, while Alex Bryant scored twice for Duluth.

 

Gwinnett Daily Post


Congratulations, Ryan!     Way to go Wildcats!

 

 Soccer Coach of the Year!
   

 

       Our very own Adel Mohsen has been named the Region 7-AAAAAA 
Coach of the Year for Soccer!
He has done a fantastic job coaching our boys to a 14-2 record this season. Adel is a great coach, but an even better person who is very deserving of this honor.
Congratulations, Coach Mohsen!
 

  

First Round Recap 


 

In the first round of region playoffs, Duluth was placed against one of the toughest teams in the bracket, Grayson. The boys knew they had to give everything they had to bring out a win. AND THEY DID!! With Duluth having most of the possession during the first half, it was finally rewarded with an awesome dance of the ball by #10 Carlos Delarosa to close out the half at 1-0. Grayson came out strong after the break, and put in a goal, but that was short lived when #7 Alexander Garuba answered with another goal just a minute later. The intensity was continued by when both teams were awarded a penalty kick, thus making the score a close 3-2. Hope is never lost as we know our Duluth Boys play to the very last second. The final goal was secured when #7 Alexander Garuba, one-on-one with the keeper outside the penalty area, headed it into the goal. Final was 4-2.

These boys don't disappoint! 

 

Gwinnett Daily Post

 

AJC

  

  

Second Round Boys State Soccer Playoff Game

Wednesday, May 6
6:30 pm
against Tift County
All tickets $7.00 - Only GHSA Coach passes accepted

 

SENIOR CLASS

        
Graduation Practice:
 Thursday, May 21 at 12:30 pm

 

 Graduation Ceremony:

 Saturday, May 23 at 4:00 pm

Gwinnett Center Arena

  
SCHOOL PROGRAMS, COMMUNITY AND OTHER EVENTS

   
Students in the Work Based Learning Program graduate from high school with real-world work experience. They leave high school with an advantage: armed with work skills and community service/volunteer experience, a professional resume and career portfolio, interviewing skills, and the ability to make clear, well thought out decisions about their career aspirations. In addition to work experience, leadership development, as well as career and college exploration, at least 98% of WBL students receive multiple college acceptances and attend 2- and 4-year colleges and universities.  Our students have taken HONORS and AP classes
Additionally, each year there are several honor graduates that complete the program.  These students also actively participate in our nationally recognized Career and Technical Education Student Associations (FBLA and TSA). 

 

See Mrs. Cown in room 210 for an application!

 


   

   

   

  

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