School News

  • Phase 3 Construction to Begin

    (Nov. 27) -- Heavy equipment will soon be moving dirt as construction begins on Phase 3 of the campus master plan. (click on headline for letter by Richard N. Rickey)

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  • Gators Break Even in Thorndale Tourney

    (Dec. 8-10) -- The varsity Gators played four Central Texas teams, winning 2 of 4, in the annual tournament hosted by Thorndale High School. (click on headline for more....)

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  • Dancers Create a Festive Mood

    (Dec. 10) -- The Gateway "Stars" dance teams showcased their talents during the annual "Winter Wonderland" presentation this past weekend in the Auxiliary Gym. (click on headline for more....)

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  • No. 1-Ranked Cougars Claw Past Gators

    (Dec. 5) -- Playing toe-to-toe with the top-ranked 3-A team in the state, the Gators finally succumbed to the Jarrell High School big men, 66-53, on Tuesday. (click on headline for more....)

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  • Gators Move Past Meridian, 49-33

    (Dec. 1) -- The varsity Gators won their first road game Friday evening in a low-scoring "street brawl" against the Meridian Lions. (click on headline for more....)

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  • Gators Held Off Lions for 2nd Win

    (Nov. 28) -- The Gator varsity led by as many as 12 points in the second half, but had to hold on to defeat former district rival Granger, 57-54, Tuesday evening in "The Swamp." (click on headline for more....)

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  • Homecoming King & Queen Announced

    (Nov. 17) -- Congratulations to Mike Folsom and Demi Muguerza who were named Homecoming King and Queen, respectively, during halftime of the basketball game. (click on the headline for more....)

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  • Gators Win Big at Homecoming

    (Nov. 17) -- Gateway thrashed Austin Kipp Collegiate, 70-24, before a packed Homecoming crowd Friday night. (click on headline for more....)

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  • The "Originals" Celebrate Another Year

    (Nov. 16) -- They call themselves "The Originals." They started working the first year Gateway College Prep expanded to a K-12 campus in the 2011-2012 school year. (click on headline for more....)

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  • Baseball Seniors Sign College Letters

    (Nov. 15) -- Senior baseball players Taylor Smith (left) and Blake Rambusch signed letters of intent Wednesday to attend Incarnate Word University and Texas A&M- Corpus Christi, respectively. (click on headline for more)

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  • Rockets Soar Past Gators, 64-45

    (Nov. 14) -- The Gateway varsity basketball season got off to a shaky start Tuesday night with the visiting Robinson Rockets taking off with a 64-45 win. (click on headline for more....)

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  • Gator Fest a Great Success!

    (Nov. 11) -- On Saturday, Gateway families celebrated the fall season and a chance to commune with their fellow student families on their favorite school campus. (click on the headline for more.....)

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  • Students Honor Veterans

    (Nov. 10) -- Gateway students compiled a list of their armed forces relatives, past and present, who were recognized in a display in the Student Union Building. (click on the headline for more.....)

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  • Gruesome Gators Stage Haunted House

    (Oct. 31) -- The middle school theater department staged a "mad scientist" haunted house on Tuesday. (click on headline for more....)

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  • V'ball Season Ends With Comfort Loss

    (Oct. 25) -- The Gator varsity volleyball season came to an end Tuesday with a 3-1 loss to the Comfort Deer, the team they had to defeat to claim the 4th place spot in District 25-3A to advance to the UIL playoffs. (click on headline for more)

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  •  Open Enrollment Forms for SY 2018-19

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    Watch this section for online enrollment forms for new and current students for the 2018-19 School Year.  Becomes active on January 1, 2018 and ends January 31, 2018.

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