Jennifer Weaver ( Head Coach)                                                                                         Room 3.117, 3rd Period Planning
During her  high school career, Coach Weaver was top 10 at the Kansas State Swimming High School meet in the 100 fly, 200 free, 500 free and top 3 in the freestyle relays.  She was also the high point winner for Blue Valley North High School.  She was elected captain her junior year and was chosen for the Sun Valley All Conference team her sophomore and junior year.  She was coached by Greg House (aka the HOUSE of pain).  After moving to Georgia, her senior year, she attended Chattahoochee High School.  She joined Swim Atlanta and was coached by Bill Beherns.  In 1993 she helped her team become GHSA Girls Swimming State Champions. She was recruited by the University of Missouri-Columbia where she was coached by Cesar Mello.  At MIZZOU, Coach Weaver was a member of the varsity team and was ranked top 10 in the Big Eight Conference in the 1650 ,1000 and 500 freestyle.  She graduated from Georgia Southern University with a B.S. in Secondary Education, with a minor in Mathematics.  A Masters in Arts (Math Education and Education Specialist from Piedmont College. She currently teaches  Accelerated Geometry and Algebra II  at Collins Hill High School. She has been the Head Coach of the Swimming and Diving Team for 20 years and the Assistant Water Polo coach for 11 years. 
  •         2002 Gwinnett County High School Swimming Boys Coach of the Year
  •         2003 Gwinnett County High School Swimming Boys Coach of the Year
  •         2004 Georgia High School Swimming/Diving  Boys Coach of the Year
  •         2004 Georgia High Boys Swimming State Champions
  •         2005 Georgia High School Swimming/Diving  Boys Coach of the Year
  •         2005 Georgia High Boys Swimming State Champions
  •         2008 Georgia High School Water Polo Coach of the Year
  •         2008 Georgia High School Water Polo State Champions
  •         2009 Gwinnett County High School Swimming Boys Coach of the Year
  •         2011 Georgia High School Water Polo State Champions
  •         2014 Gwinnett County High School Swimming Boys Champions
  •         2014 Gwinnett County High School Swimming Boys Coach of the Year
  •         2015 Gwinnett County High School Swimming Boys Champions
  •         2016 Gwinnett County High School Boys Coach of the Year
  •         2016 Georgia High School Water Polo Girls State Champions 
  •         2017 Georgia High School Water Polo Girls State Champions

Assistant Swimming Coach: Sara Partee                                                                           Room 3.116, 3rd Period Planning
Coach Partee grew up swimming for Apalachee Aquatics during the summers and joined the team at Dacula High School her freshman year. She went on to participate in Master's swimming during college and began her coaching career at South Gwinnett High School in 2016. This is Coach Partee's first year at Collins Hill teaching Geometry and Statistical Reasoning. She graduated from the University of Georgia in 2013 with her Bachelors in Psychology and 2018 with her Masters in Educational Psychology. She lives in Bethlehem, GA with her husband, her two dogs, and a horse.

Assistant Swimming Coach: Cody Bekemeyer 

Cody Bekemeyer graduated magna cum laude from the University of South Carolina with a B.S. in Exercise Science and minor in Psychology. He was named on the President's List and the Dean's List throughout his academic career and was a IV-time SEC Academic Honor Roll student. His biggest accomplishment was being named Male-Scholar Athlete of the Year (2018-19) at the Gamecock Gala that is held every year at the university to recognize student-athlete’s successes throughout the year. He will continue his education at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences, in St. Augustine, FL, in January to pursue a Doctorate of Physical Therapy within the next 3 years.

Cody’s swimming experience was something that he could have never fathomed. He competed at the 2016 Olympic Trials in the 400 M Freestyle and IM and the 1500 M Freestyle. He also competed in the 2017 Phillips 66 World Championship Trials in Indianapolis, Indiana and swam the 400 M Freestyle and IM and the 1500 M and 800 M Freestyle. His highest placement was 9th place in the 800 M Freestyle. In Cody’s college career, he was named SEC Freshman Swimmer of the Week twice, II-time All-American in the 4x200 Freestyle Relay and 1650 Freestyle at the 2017 NCAA D1 Swimming and Diving Championships, II-time Bronze medalist at the 2017 and 2018 SEC Swimming and Diving Championships in the 4x200 freestyle relay (2018) and 1650 freestyle (2017), and he is a school record holder at the University of South Carolina in the 4x200 Freestyle Relay.

Cody graduated from Collins Hill High School in 2015, so it is exciting for him to be back and be a part of such a legendary and familial swim and dive team. Cody broke multiple records as a swimmer for CHHS, but his biggest accomplishment was breaking the 500-freestyle school record at his first ever high school meet. Cody eventually became state-champion in that event his senior year and his name and picture will live up on the wall for many years to come.

Cody hopes that he can influence, mentor, and coach current and future student-athletes to strive and achieve their goals to become successful, confident, leaders that will stick with them for the rest of their lives.


Head Diving Coach: Charles Daab