Gateway’s curriculum and program provides students with the knowledge, skills, and habits needed for the 21st century. Our up and coming STEAM center and current programs provide students with opportunities to explore real-world learning experiences.
21st Century Learning
Real-World Learning at Gateway
Gateway's STEAM Center
Gateway will soon have a new, dedicated space that will ignite our students' creativity, foster their critical thinking, and enable them to engage with technology, each other, and the world around them. The STEAM Center, a renovated 4,000 square foot former locker room on the Gateway High School campus, will include a Maker Lab, enabling students and teachers to tinker, test, prototype, and engage in hands on learning that require real world problem solving.
Gateway's Outdoor Ed Program
Gateway's commitment to providing an experiential learning environment extends far beyond the classroom. Our outdoor education program enables students to learn skills in community development, leadership, and collaboration. Through field trips in sixth and seventh grade, students learn early on the value of respect for themselves, others, and the environment.
Common Core at Gateway
All academic courses at Gateway are aligned with the Common Core State Standards and incorporate Gateway’s particular emphasis on process of learning, commitment to community, and integrity. Learn more about Common Core, how the standards were developed, why the math homework is different, and how Gateway plans to implement the standards here.