School News

  • Clifton Ends State Championship Quest

    (June 8) -- A four-run outburst in the fourth inning ignited the Clifton Cubs to a 5-2 win over Gateway, which ended its season with a 34-4 mark and the State UIL semi-finals trophy. Seniors Taylor Smith and Blake Rambusch combined on a 6-hit performance as their counterpart Carter Guinn pitched a complete game 5-hitter. Congratulations to the Gators who made it to the UIL State Semi-Finals round for the second straight year.

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  • Class of 2018 Collects "Sheepskins"

    (June 2) -- Seniors enjoyed their day in the spotlight as they earned their diplomas and garnered well wishes from their families and friends.

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  • Top Gateway Seniors Named

    (June 1) -- Congratulations to Gideon McFarland and Samantha Davis for achieving the top academic spots in their senior class. Gideon has been named valedictorian and Samantha salutatorian. Both will be speaking during commencement exercises June 2 in the Auxiliary Gym.

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  • Gators Defeat Bishop; Next Stop, STATE

    (June 1) --The Gators once again stamped their tickets to the State UIL Baseball Tourney for the second straight year after defeating the Bishop Badgers 7-1 Friday. (PC: Chris Dixon)

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  • Class of 2030 Walks the Stage

    (May 30) -- More than 100 Gateway kindergartners earned their right to advance to 1st grade during the annual ceremony held Wednesday morning. Parents filled the gym and took photos of the momentous occasion. START HERE...FINISH HERE!

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  • Alan Santucci Retiring as Head of School

    (May 30) -- Head of School Alan Santucci has announced his retirement effective the end of the current school year. His departure comes after 4 ½ years of service in his current capacity.

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  • Gators Advance to Regional Finals

    (May 26) -- After falling 5-1 in the first game versus the Falfurrias Jerseys, the Gators came storming back to take the next two games by identical 4-0 scores to advance to the Regional Finals this week versus the Bishop Badgers.

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  • "Look What I've Got"

    (May 25) -- This year we took five singers to the UIL State Solo and Ensemble Contest. They all worked very hard. Of those who performed, Tyler Rogers scored a 1 and received a gold medal, the first vocal Solo Superior rating at Gateway.

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  • Gators Advance After Dramatic Finish

    Every fan held his/her collective breath while the Marion base runner raced home on a single to center field, but Chris Varljen threw a strike to catcher Taylor Smith who tagged out the Bulldog for the final out and a trip to the Regional Semi-Finals against the Falfurrias Jerseys. (photo: Chris Dixon)

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  • Miller Takes Bronze at State Golf Tourney

    (May 15) -- After two days at the state UIL golf tournament, Jr. Ethan Miller finished in 3rd place and garnered the bronze medal. Accompanying Ethan at the tourney were teachers Denise Hartline and Jason Schram.

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  • Gators Strike Back at Cobras, Win Series

    (May 12) -- Nick Chalman stroked a two-out, bases-loaded "walk-off" single in the bottom of the 8th to send the Gators past the Vanderbilt Industrial Cobras, 1-0, Saturday afternoon. The Gators will play the Marion Bulldogs in a best-of-three series beginning this Thursday at 7 p.m. at San Marcos HS. Other games to follow: Friday at 7 p.m. at San Marcos HS and (if necessary) at 1 p.m. Saturday at Dripping Springs HS.

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  • Gawthorp Enjoys the State Experience

    (May 11) -- Even though she didn't medal, sophomore Madi Gawthorp made all of Gator Nation proud this year with her second straight trip to the State UIL Track & Field Meet today on the UT-Austin campus.

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  • 8th Grader's Art Garners National Award

    Artwork created by 8th grade student Tru Molina was selected for the National Art Education Association's Gallery and Studio juried exhibition. There were 1,160 submissions, with 66 artworks being selected! This artwork, which was featured in the Gateway Art Show, also received a Category 4 and Silver Seal at the Jr. Vase art competition.

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  • Gators Battered the Badgers, 16-0

    (May 4) -- The varsity baseball team will advance in the UIL Playoffs by virtue of its 16-0 thrashing of the Karnes City Badgers last Friday in Hallettsville.

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  • Gators Clinch District Championship!

    (Apr. 25) -- For the third straight year, the Gators have won District 25-3A courtesy of their 7-3 victory over the second-place Blanco Panthers Tuesday night in "The Swamp." UPDATE: The Gators will play Karnes City this Friday (May 4) at 7 p.m. at Hallettsville.

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Upcoming Events


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    P.E. Unis Are Now Available to Order Online

    Attn Parents: Physical Education uniform sets (for Grades 5 and up) are once again available for online purchase through the Georgetown T-Shirt Company. You may order by using the link below. Prices have not changed from last year: $10 for shirts, $10 for shorts. Orders must be placed prior to Aug. 12. The uniforms will be available for pick-up at the store in Georgetown by Aug. 31. You can also have your items shipped.

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  • Students sitting in class reading books.

    Summer Reading Assignments Are Here!

    The English Department has completed the Summer Reading Assignments for Grades 5-12.  Click Here to view

    AP World History Summer Reading Assignments (Mr. Breger)....Click here to view

    AP World History Summer Reading & Film List (Mr. Breger)....Click here to view

    AP Government Summer Reading (Mr. Basso)....Click here to view

    APUSH Summer Reading (Mr. Basso)....Click here to view.

    AP Human/Pre-AP World Geography (Mr. Schram).... Click here to view

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  • Mark Your Calendars: 2018-19 Orientation Sessions Set

    Head of School Ben Boorman speaks to students at orientation.

    Thursday, August 9
    K-1:             5-6pm, Student Union (K-1 classroom rosters posted)
    HS (9-12):    7-8pm, Student Union (students pick up schedules at the HS building)

    Tuesday, August 14
    Grades 2-4:    5-6pm, Student Union (2-4 classroom rosters posted)
    Grades 5-6:    6:30-7:30pm, Student Union (schedules at MS building based on alpha last name)

    Wednesday, August 15
    Grades 7-8:    5-6:30pm, Student Union (schedules at MS building based on alpha last name)

    More information will be available to student families closer to these dates. 

    Student families unable to attend their assigned orientation date/time will need to contact the school office after Aug. 1 to obtain information on how to access their student's class schedules.  


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