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    • ThuOct08 End of Quarter 1
    • ThuOct08 Mission Bit 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
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    • FriOct09 No School (Professional Development)
    • MonOct12 Indigenous People's Day (No School)

When schools recognize the potential of each young person and give them the tools for success, students’ dream come true.

- Sharon Olken, Executive Director of Gateway Public Schools

Gateway epitomizes positive interdependence between district and charter, bravely innovates, and steadily boosts student performance in school and in life. Gateway is a shining example of what a really good charter school can be.

- Lisa Villarreal, The San Francisco Foundation

People think they are incapable of succeeding because of learning disabilities, but they are not. Gateway really empowers this message.

- Maria Cristina Laws, Gateway High School Class of 2011, St. Edwards University

Gateway provides me with an education and an environment that allows me to grow. My big dream is to move up in society and then have my kids do the same.

- Ricardo, Gateway High School Class of 2014

At Gateway, I learned that it is important to get to know the people that are completely different from you because this makes acceptance and understanding so much easier. I truly appreciated the diversity.

- Fernanda Martinez, Gateway High School Class of 2011, City College

Gateway High School is excited to offer students a free coding class through Mission Bit, an organization that aims to eliminate the tech divide in San Francisco by building computer programming and professional opportunity pathways for public school students.
College planning begins early at Gateway Public Schools and today the class of 2019 visited the UC Berkeley campus. Every year Gateway hosts its annual freshman orientation at a local college campus as a way of instilling college bound expectations among students right from the start of school.
Gateway's High School gym recently received a makeover from interns at Kabam who volunteered to paint the gym and blacktop through HandsOn Bay Area, a San Francisco based organization that creates volunteer opportunities between companies and local nonprofits

The 13th Annual Matters of the Mind Luncheon

Championing Success with Ronnie Lott

Four-time Super Bowl champion and philanthropist

Thursday, October 15, 2015
11:30 am – 1:30 pm

Click here for more information about table sponsorship and ticket opportunities.

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