District names 2020 GCPS CTE Student of the Year, winner of Inspirational Journey Award

  • May 20, 2020

Congratulations to Shreya Kuturu, a North Gwinnett HS senior, for her selection as GCPS Career and Technical Education (CTE) Student of the Year! The district also honors Mario Nieto of Norcross HS as 1st runner-up for the title, and 2nd runner-up Mya Swaby of Brookwood HS. District winners were selected from among the 25 students named as local school Career and Technical Education Students of the Year for their outstanding work in the classroom in CTE coursework and leadership in technical education student organizations.

The top three district honorees will receive a Jody Reeves Career and Technical Education Scholarship. The scholarships are funded through the Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation Fund, Inc., with contributions from Learning Labs, Inc., the Atlanta Electrical Contractors Association, and individual donations to the Jody Reeves CTE Scholarship. Mrs. Reeves served as the district’s executive director for Academies and Career and Technical Education before her retirement.



In addition, Moumita Chowdhury, an 11th grader at McClure Health Science HS, was honored as the inaugural recipient of the district’s 2020 Inspirational Journey Award. Moumita, who aspires to be a pediatrician, is McClure’s CTE Student of the Year.