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    • FriJan27 No School: Lunar New Year Observance (Q4 Planning Day)
    • WedFeb08 Gateway Board of Trustees Meeting 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
    • FriFeb10 Mid Quarter 3
    • MonFeb20 No School: President's Day

Gateway is where all my dreams began.

- Cristal Rodriguez, Gateway High School Class of 2002, Brown University Class of 2006

The influence of Gateway is incredible, they push you to become something great. They give you a lot of attention with their small class sizes.

- Anthony Rodriguez, Gateway High School Class of 2007, UC Berkeley Class of 2011

Gateway has helped me grow into the woman I am today. I am independent and intellectual. I am thoughtful and strong. I am creative and resilient. Because of the teachers’ firm belief in their students, I was given the support and encouragement to reach for the stars in whatever I do.

- Kate Elliott, Gateway High School Class of 2009, Bryn Mawr College Class of 2013

Gateway does a great job of creating balance between valuing excellence and supporting individuality. It’s rare to find a school where kids can so be themselves. As faculty, we try to foster a love of learning in our students.

– Becca Wieder, Humanities Teacher

I dream of winning the Mission Award at Gateway High School and then going to Harvard University. At Gateway the teachers are extremely dedicated and so helpful in every way, and this is helping me go for my big dream.

- Giovanni, Gateway High School Class of 2014

Gateway High School's Athletic Director, Stephen Flynn, has been selected by the California State Athletic Directors Association (C.S.A.D.A) as a recipient of the 2016-2017 Norm MacKenzie Award.
Gateway High School's entire student body recently participated in Project Week, an exciting intersession program in which students step out of the day-to-day classroom routine and choose one of over 15 different courses to participate in for the duration of the week, spanning roughly thirty hours of instructional time.
Please join Gateway Public Schools for a Community Meeting on immigrant rights on Tuesday, January 17th from 5:30 - 7:30 PM at the Gateway High School library. La Raza Central will join us to discuss how the Presidential election and the political climate will potentially impact students and their families. In addition, we will focus on how the Gateway community can support immigrant families.

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