Gateway Legacy Capital Campaign

  • Gateway Legacy Campaign From a few small portable buildings on the frontage of Westinghouse to a 40-acre master planned campus, Gateway has grown into a truly special school community.  The Gateway Legacy Capital Campaign is a multi-year fundraising initiative to complete the Master Campus Plan.  This campaign raises money to pay for permanent buildings and infrastructure.  

    Learn all about the Legacy Campaign and the Master Campus Plan by visiting gatewaylegacy.org.  View the student and family stories, a Master Campus Plan drawing, flyover animations of the campus and courtyard, proposed budget for Phase 3, and sample blueprints of the learning centers, main gym, and courtyard. 

    You may choose to honor a family member, friends or others with a major contribution on behalf of the honoree.  CLICK HERE for those facility naming opportunities.

                                                           

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  • Gideon

  • "I can pursue and achieve my goals."

    Gideon, Class of 2018

    Ask Gideon McFarland what he likes best - academics, choir, or athletics - and he answers with a smile. “Academics are my highest priority, no question, but I love everything I do at Gateway,” he says.  He values the relationships he has built with his teachers, and says that while they challenge him academically, they also make him feel known and important, as a student and as a person.   He credits Gateway’s smaller environment with giving him opportunities to participate in multiple activities.  He is a member of the track and field program, and serves as a section leader in Camerata (high school choir) and a second year member of Westinghouse Dynamx Jazz Choir.   “I’ve been active in school, in sports, and in the arts, and have learned something different through each," he says. He continues, “When it comes to my studies and track, I find that I’m focused on the end result,” he explains. “But with choir, I really enjoy the process along the way.”   Gideon finds that the small school community helps him feel connected to the student body, and gives him the support he needs to pursue - and achieve - his goals, for high school and beyond.