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     Open Enrollment Forms for School Year 2020-2021 AND 2021-2022

    Open enrollment period for the 2021-2022 school year begins January 1, 2021 and ends January 31, 2021

    Click Here for new student enrollment

    Click Here for Gator Bites Sessions.  These are informational meetings that are required for prospective families and answer all your questions.

    Click Here for choice request sheets for grades 5-12 for families who have recently received a spot and are needing to select classes for the 2021-2022 school year.  This is the academic counseling page and course requests and course catalog can be found on the right of the page.

     

     

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    We need all families to become members of the Gator Club to help cover our annual operating costs, including teachers' salaries, extracurricular activities and permanent construction debt service.

     

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    Gateway K-4 Elementary Classes Become Published Authors for the 8th Year 

    Hard work yields great results. Each year when the class book packets are handed out, there’s a bit of anxiety that ensues. However, the remark, “But the end product is so worth it!” is also heard many times. Students, and teachers alike, are so excited when their books arrive and are anxious to see what others have done and share their published work.  Pictured with their class books are 4th grader Zoe Moon and 3rd grader Andrew Fleischmann along  with coordinator of the project, Mrs. Minzenmayer. 
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    VASE (Visual Arts Scholastic Event)

    For the 1st time in Gateway History, a Fine Arts student won the State VASE Art Contest's Medallion of Exemplary Work (The 2nd highest award at State VASE). Isabella Johnson and her portrait “Masked” received this Juror Rating on Saturday at San Marcos High School, where thousands of the best artworks in Texas were on display and in competition for these highly coveted awards.

Recent "Swamp" Announcements

  • Gator Teaching Highlight of the Week

     

    1-26-2021 Mrs. Hamrick 4th/5th Technology

    Click above to learn how Mrs. Hamrick is teaching our students digital citizenship.

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    Gateway Robotics Best Competition Results

     

    The Gateway Robotics Club competed in the 2020 BEST Robotics competition during the week of November 16, 2020 through November 21, 2020. This year's competition was modified as a result of the Covid 19 Outbreak and was named Outbreak. The Capitol Best Hub decided to participate in a completely online competition with several new challenges. The team consisted of members Ethan Snodgrass(Captian), Ethan Achacoso(Co-Captain), Savanna Bell, Sidnee Bell, Ian Craig, Maya Kharel, Rohan Kharel, Daniel Middleton, Jacob Miller, Diego Nolasco and Zamari Ross. Although the team did not advance they work hard and did an excellent job representing Gateway College Prep. Awards that the team received are listed below.
     
    Best Marketing Presentation
    Robot Performance (Driver Controlled Time Trials) 4th Place.
     
    Capitol Best will mail the awards to the school.
     
    We are so proud of our students and their coaches, Steven Ross and Beth Kelly.  Also, thanks to all the parent volunteers. 
     
    In addition the Engineering/Software team has entered their Design in a Simulink Competition which has not been judged. So there is a possibility that we may bring home more competition awards. Pictures of the teams working virtually are attached.
     
    See link below to view their exhibit - 
     
     
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  • Congrats to our Valedictorian & Salutatorian!

    Nina Silber (left), and Ryleigh Wilcox (right) are the Class of 2020's Valedictorian and Salutatorian, respectively. Nina will attend Texas A&M where she will study chemical engineering and music, and Ryleigh will attend the University of Texas, where she will study political communications and international relations.

    Nina-Silber Ryleigh-Wilcox

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  • Please visit our apparel store to get Gator spirit wear. All items can be customized for color and logo. A portion of the purchases will go to support the campus activity budget that will promote staff and students

    Gateway Apparel Store

     

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