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Who We Are

Gateway Public Schools is a public charter school organization dedicated to serving San Francisco’s diverse student population. By sending nearly every graduate to college year after year, we are helping our students achieve their dreams, changing lives, and impacting the future.

Gateway High School
High School Student
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Student at Gateway Middle School
Gateway Impact
GMS Teacher and Student

Conversations for Impact: Beta Impact

ENRICHING PUBLIC EDUCATION THROUGH CONVERSATION, COLLABORATION, AND CELEBRATION
Tuesday, October 23, 2018, 9:15-11:00 AM

Students are best served when teachers and schools work together instead of in isolation and when they harness the resources, expertise, and commitment of the community. When we all contribute to the learning and future of each young person, there is much to celebrate.

Join us for the beta-launch of Gateway Impact, an educator professional development platform to support the collaboration, growth, and retention of public school teachers.

A light breakfast and coffee will be served.

Gateway Teacher and Students

Gateway's Annual Matters of the Mind Luncheon

A CELEBRATION OF 20 YEARS OF IMPACT ON PUBLIC SCHOOL EDUCATION
Tuesday, November 13, 2018, 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM

GHS Student

Join us in celebrating Gateway's 20 years of impact on public education and the incredible students with big dreams, graduates who stepped up, and the teachers who believe in them.

This year's keynote speakers are the young people who have benefitted from Gateway's mission and model, current students, and graduates alike.

Good Teaching Matters - Angelica

Good Teaching Matters

"Good teaching to me is about giving students the power and knowledge to follow their dreams. At Gateway, students are encouraged to explore new ideas, open their minds, and develop new and wonderful interests."

ANGELICA CADDEN
SPANISH TEACHER
Gateway Middle School Teacher

Gateway Public Schools at a Glance

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25%
of students have a diagnosed learning difference
Building
40%
of students are first in their 
families to attend college
Graduation Cap
52%
of students fall 
below the poverty line
Four Circles
75%
are students 
of color

Student Voices

Heaven A
Heaven's portrait
"The best part of Gateway Middle School is the community. Everyone knows each other well, respects each other, and learns from each other's difference."
Heaven A
8th grade
Mauricio M
Mauricio from Gateway
"In addition to teaching me real-world learning skills, Gateway has taught me to be an advocate for myself, my learning, and my future."
Mauricio M
University of Puget Sound
Zalika C
Zalika from Gateway High School
"Gateway gives you all the resources you need to start your future."
Zalika C
Colby College

News & Events

gateway students at linkedin
Gateway Students Attend UC’s Grad Slam Contest at LinkedIn Headquarters
Stanford Hollyhock fellows
Four Gateway Teachers Selected for Stanford's Hollyhock Fellowship Program