The Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center (GEHC) is a unique partnership among the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center Foundation, the University of Georgia, the Gwinnett County Board of Education, and the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners.
The GEHC’s mission is to transform the concepts of science and history into interactive, learn-by-doing experiences that encourage a student’s natural curiosity and sense of wonder about themselves and the world around them.
Students of all ages come to the GEHC and its historic sites to experience learning outside of the classroom. By exposing children to nature, history and alternative learning surroundings, the GEHC enables them to see and embrace critical academic concepts in different ways.
Programs in both science and social studies serve as an extension to the classroom and are available for daycare, preschool, public school, and homeschool audiences. With hikes, outdoor classrooms, historic sites, and a state-of-the-art laboratory, all experiences are unique and matched to the Georgia Performance Standards as well as the Gwinnett Academic and Knowledge Skills Curriculum.
The GEHC strives to meet the needs of all our visitors. Please make staff aware of any special arrangements at the time of registration.
For questions concerning curriculum content, please contact: Director of Programming Jason West at email@example.com.
For registration questions, please email registration@gwinnettEHC.org or call Katy Molinari at 678.765.4680.