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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 recently released the #BestSummerEver Guide which lists a wide range of summer opportunities for students with all of the important accompanying details.
Families and community members joined Gateway High School on Tuesday, March 15, to participate in Genocide Awareness Night, an evening of learning and conversation. Students in Humanities 10 studied the Holocaust, read Elie Wiesel's memoir Night, and researched modern genocides including those in Darfur, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Cambodia.
Families and community members joined Gateway High School on Thursday, March 17, for Gateway's Social Movements Exhibition. Students presented their research on a 20th century social movement: The India Freedom Struggle, South Africa's Anti-Apartheid Movement, and the current Zapatista movement in Chiapas, Mexico.

Gateway Public Schools is a tuition-free public charter school organization. By combining a rigorous academic curriculum with the personal support possible in small classes, Gateway hopes to demonstrate that public education can and does work for diverse learners, share best practices, and serve as a catalyst for change within the public sphere. Click on the video below to learn more.


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