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    • FriAug12 Mandatory first day of school for 9th graders
    • FriAug12 6th Grade Orientation Day 8:15 AM to 12:15 PM
    • SatAug13 GMS Family Work Day & Picnic at School 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
    • MonAug15 First Day of Semester 1
    • MonAug15 GMS First Day of 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

Chef, food justice activist, critically acclaimed author, and James Beard Leadership Award-winner, Bryant Terry, will serve as Gateway Public Schools' keynote speaker for the 14th Annual Matters of the Mind Luncheon on Thursday, October 13, 2016 at Gateway High School.
We're excited to share our first ever Magazine and Annual Report! Read on to learn more about our accomplishments, priorities, and inspirational students and faculty.
Gateway was recently featured in Mind/Shift, KQED's education blog, for our work celebrating learning differences and empowering each student to embark on their own learning path.

Bryant Terry, chef, food justice activist, critically acclaimed author, and James Beard Leadership Award-winner, will serve as Gateway's 2016 Matters of the Mind Luncheon speaker.


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