Year after year, Gateway students are thriving. In addition to helping our students achieve their dreams, Gateway’s track record of success has positioned us to make a significant impact on public education in San Francisco.
of the class of 2023 said they felt well supported throughout their college application process
of Gateway grads have gone on to college since the school's founding in 1998
mental health professionals accessible to all GHS students
of Black Gateway students enroll in at least one AP class, double the national average
A Model of Social Emotional Education
Gateway's approach to teaching and learning is the subject of a 2020 case study from the Learning Policy Institute, which documents "how the creation of a positive school climate (at Gateway Schools), along with a full and rich curriculum focused on meaningful learning, has led to improved motivation, sense of belonging, and student achievement that outpaces most similarly situated schools in California." We're delighted to share their findings.
Across my time at Gateway, what really transformed my life were people - classmates, teachers, administrators, advisors - who supported me whenever I tried something new or stepped outside of my comfort zone. That kind of support empowered me to continue trying new things, and to keep finding ways to contribute to the Gateway community."
Gateway teachers inspired me to dig deeper into the issues around me, advocate for myself and others, and dream big! I am so thankful for the Gateway community for its encouragement and opportunities."
My experience at Gateway really changed me. Before I started, my grades weren’t stellar, and I had no academic confidence. But when I came to Gateway the teachers were so genuinely interested in their fields and enthusiastic about us as students, I was shown that your capacity is much larger than you think.”
Find out more about our approach to learning and our unique school community by visiting the Gateway Public Schools main site.