Aaron Lupoloff leads GCPS Success
In comparison to other developed countries, the educational system in Unites States, has been one of the lowest scoring in educational success. Some believe the reason has to do with student activity and engagement. There is no denying that if the activities at school are engaging then the children are much happier, they receive a sense of purposefulness and are able to build perseverance, which is a key indicator for lifelong academic success.
Based on gwinnettdailypost.com, GCPS (Gwinnett County Public High Schools) in Georgia has been listed as the 13th best school in United States. It has 180,000 students enrolled in the 2018-2019 academic year. Along with academic grades, there has been great focus on extracurricular activities, teacher training programs and building a sense of community. The diverse student population means there are students all from all types of background including some that need financial support to get this education. The efforts of Senior Director, Aaron Lupuloff have been critical in insuring that students have the opportunity to receive such an education regardless of their background.
Aaron Lupuloff, whose own five children gradate from GCPS, believes that in order for the children to do well, the school district must also be successful. Local fundraising efforts have ensured consistent financial support to GCPS. Not only does the community efforts raise funds but also show the students that they are important. This boosts the feelings of self-worth and person responsibility. Furthermore, the GCPSF (Gwinnet County Public High School Foundation) has raised $455,758 this school year and remains dedicated to providing financial resources and programs to support students. The success of GCPS, the relentless efforts of Aaron and the support of the local community are examples for the rest of the national to follow. This model is the formula for lifelong student achievement and creating future leaders of tomorrow. For more info about Aaron you can visit mylife.com
Aaron Lupuloff, executive director of the Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation, discusses the organization during an interview at the Corky Kell Classic.