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GHS Vision Statement

We are empowered to embrace our diversity, challenge our mindsets, think critically, and lead our community to think globally and act locally. We are Olympians. Our school is a Gateway to the World

Contact Us

1300 S. Sable Blvd
Aurora, CO 80012 [Map]
[Attendance Area Map]
303-755-7160 (main office)
303-326-1672 (attendance)
303-326-1888 (Student Records Fax)
303-326-1272 (main office fax)
Offices Open 7-4 Mon-Fri

Dr. Dackri Davis, Principal
Melaine Lawhorn, Secretary

Gateway School Calendar

GHS Grading Scale

Gateway Calendar Events

Mar
9
Thu
9:30 am Soccer: Girls JV vs. Thomas Jef... @ Gateway High School JV Soccer
Soccer: Girls JV vs. Thomas Jef... @ Gateway High School JV Soccer
Mar 9 @ 9:30 am – 9:30 am
Soccer: Girls JV  vs. Thomas Jefferson (Home) @ Gateway High School  JV Soccer
Type: Game Opponent: Thomas Jefferson
9:30 am Soccer: Girls Varsity vs. Thoma... @ Gateway High School V Soccer
Soccer: Girls Varsity vs. Thoma... @ Gateway High School V Soccer
Mar 9 @ 9:30 am – 9:30 am
Soccer: Girls Varsity  vs. Thomas Jefferson (Home) @ Gateway High School  V Soccer
Type: Game Opponent: Thomas Jefferson
Mar
11
Sat
7:00 am Soccer: Girls JV vs. Overland (... @ Overland High School
Soccer: Girls JV vs. Overland (... @ Overland High School
Mar 11 @ 7:00 am – 7:00 am
Soccer: Girls JV  vs. Overland (Away) @ Overland High School
Type: Game Opponent: Overland
7:00 am Soccer: Girls Varsity vs. Overl... @ Overland High School
Soccer: Girls Varsity vs. Overl... @ Overland High School
Mar 11 @ 7:00 am – 7:00 am
Soccer: Girls Varsity  vs. Overland (Away) @ Overland High School
Type: Game Opponent: Overland
Mar
16
Thu
10:00 am Soccer: Girls JV vs. Montbello ... @ Gateway High School JV Soccer
Soccer: Girls JV vs. Montbello ... @ Gateway High School JV Soccer
Mar 16 @ 10:00 am – 10:00 am
Soccer: Girls JV  vs. Montbello (Home) @ Gateway High School  JV Soccer
Type: Game Opponent: Montbello
10:00 am Soccer: Girls Varsity vs. Montb... @ Gateway High School V Soccer
Soccer: Girls Varsity vs. Montb... @ Gateway High School V Soccer
Mar 16 @ 10:00 am – 10:00 am
Soccer: Girls Varsity  vs. Montbello (Home) @ Gateway High School  V Soccer
Type: Game Opponent: Montbello
Mar
21
Tue
10:00 am Soccer: Girls JV vs. Hinkley (A... @ Hinkley High School
Soccer: Girls JV vs. Hinkley (A... @ Hinkley High School
Mar 21 @ 10:00 am – 10:00 am
Soccer: Girls JV  vs. Hinkley (Away) @ Hinkley High School
Type: Game Opponent: Hinkley
11:30 am Soccer: Girls Varsity vs. Hinkl... @ APS Stadium
Soccer: Girls Varsity vs. Hinkl... @ APS Stadium
Mar 21 @ 11:30 am – 11:30 am
Soccer: Girls Varsity  vs. Hinkley (Away) @ APS Stadium
Type: Game Opponent: Hinkley
Mar
24
Fri
10:30 am Soccer: Girls JV vs. Adams City... @ Gateway High School JV Soccer
Soccer: Girls JV vs. Adams City... @ Gateway High School JV Soccer
Mar 24 @ 10:30 am – 10:30 am
Soccer: Girls JV  vs. Adams City (Home) @ Gateway High School  JV Soccer
Type: Game Opponent: Adams City
10:30 am Soccer: Girls Varsity vs. Adams... @ Gateway High School V Soccer
Soccer: Girls Varsity vs. Adams... @ Gateway High School V Soccer
Mar 24 @ 10:30 am – 10:30 am
Soccer: Girls Varsity  vs. Adams City (Home) @ Gateway High School  V Soccer
Type: Game Opponent: Adams City

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Closures & Notices

IB Learner Profile trait for the month of February is: Open-Minded

Students who are open-minded understand and appreciate their own cultures and personal histories, and are open to the perspectives, values, and traditions of other individuals and communities. They are accustomed to seeking and evaluating a range of points of views, and are willing to grow from the experience."

Gateway Poster - In the Heights

GCPA Presents “In The Height” Musical

The Gateway Performing Arts Department proudly presents In The Heights. March 2-4th at 7pm with a matinee at 2pm on
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Football Meeting – Feb. 24th

Gateway Football will have a player meeting in the Library tomorrow, Feb. 24th right after school 3:30 to 4:00pm  See
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MUMPS ALERT – Please Read

MUMPS ALERT Important Notice to Parents and Guardians February 10, 2017 View Flyer Here - English View Flyer Here -
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Dream US scholarship application

Attention Dreamers and DACA students If you need help completing the Dream US scholarship application you can attend a help session
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Free College Credit – Comm College of Aurora

Any student hoping to earn FREE COLLEGE CREDIT through the Community College of Aurora must sign up to take the
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Class of 2017 – Did you get a Scholarship???

Seniors…. It is very important that you let your counselor know about any scholarship money you have been offered, even
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School-Based Health Center Survey

hp-callout-sbhcGateway High School is looking into getting a school-based health center (SBHC). This means that all Gateway students and their younger siblings can receive health services at school. As a parent or guardian of a Gateway student, we need your help to make sure the SBHC is ready to meet the needs of its students and families. Please take 5 minutes to complete the private and confidential survey, which asks about the health needs of your child. Click here to complete the survey…

English version –  https://goo.gl/forms/cXAqeHN41pjCB7qv2

Spanish version –  https://goo.gl/forms/fO9Q3tMsCanMHY3y2

GCPA Presents “In The Height” Musical

The Gateway Performing Arts Department proudly presents In The Heights. March 2-4th at 7pm with a matinee at 2pm on March 4th. Set in modern day New York, In The Heights is a celebration of community and family. With music & lyrics by Lin Manuel Miranda, from the current hit musical Hamilton, the show is fun and beautiful story of the real life experiences of first and second generation immigrants in the United States. Tickets are $8 for students and $10 for adults and seniors. Can’t wait to see you all at the theatre

MUMPS ALERT – Please Read


MUMPS ALERT

Important Notice to Parents and Guardians
February 10, 2017

View Flyer Here - English
View Flyer Here - Spanish

The school administration would like to inform you about an increase in mumps cases in Colorado. As of February 8, there have been 27 cases of mumps in Colorado, and this number is expected to grow. In order to minimize the spread of mumps in schools, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has asked us to provide the following information. 

ALERTA DE PAPERAS
Notificación importante para padres y tutores
10 de febrero de 2017
El cuerpo administrativo escolar desea informar a la población acerca de un aumento en los casos de paperas en el estado de Colorado. Hasta el 8 de febrero se han informado 27 casos de paperas en Colorado y se espera que dicha cifra aumente. A fin de prevenir el contagio de más casos de paperas en las escuelas, el Departamento de Salud Pública y Medio Ambiente de Colorado nos ha solicitado que brindemos la siguiente información.

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Open Enrollment 2017-18

All students residing outside the GHS attendance area or students residing out of district must submit an open enrollment application, and be accepted by Dr. Davis, in order to attend here.  Unless they are listed under the homeless act (McKinney Vento) Please read through the following information for any future athletes, artists, club members that are participating in your programs this summer.

Open Enrollment District Policies

The initial application Period runs from Jan 15th (or the next avail school day) through May 1st yearly

Applications can be revoked at the end of a school year if 1 of these 4 criteria have not been met

  1. Prompt arrival and departure to & from school
  2. No more than 1 out of school suspension each year
  3. 95% attendance rate each year
  4. High School students must be on track for graduation

(9th 5.5 credits, 10th 11 credits, 11th 16.5 credits, 12th must be on target to  graduate.)

Consideration Priority

  1. Resident/Nonresidents who apply, meet specific eligibility requirements, and are accepted into a pilot/magnet school or focus educational program, have 1st priority
  2. Students exercising choice under NCLB Act
  3. Children of APS staff
  4. Resident students who are entering the highest grade level at a school affected by boundary changes and wish to remain at that school (There are currently no boundary changes in district)
  5. Students receiving daily childcare within a school attendance area other than the one of residence
  6. Student applicants who are not residents of the district and are seeking new choice open enrollment
  7. Space Availability

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2016-2017 Important Dates – Parent and Students

  • Parent Teacher Conferences ( 4pm - 7:30pm)
    • February 1st
    • February 2nd
  • PSAT and SAT Testing for All Sophomores and Juniors
    • April 11th
  • 2nd Monday
    • Friends of the Performing Arts  6:30 pm in RM 603 (Band Room)
    • Accountability 5:30pm   meet in the Library

Thank You Aurora Voters

aps-3c-logoThank you Aurora Voters for approving ballot measure 3C


I am happy to report that APS voters approved ballot measure 3C, our $300 million bond. On behalf of our Board of Education, students, parents and staff, I would like to thank voters for their support. Our bond program will fund facility, technology and security improvements at every APS school and benefit every student.

We could not have accomplished this victory without the hard work of staff, parents and community members. I would like to extend a special thank you to the Aurora Citizens for Excellent Schools campaign committee, led by William Stuart and John Britz, for their dedication to the success of Aurora Public Schools.   

We are planning to schedule some projects to begin this school year, including the start of construction on our new Mrachek Middle School. For a full list of projects please visit: http://bond.aurorak12.org/projects/. As we move forward with projects, we will provide regular status updates to community members and staff. 

The APS bond program will make a difference at every school and help us in achieving our mission to increase academic achievement and opportunities for all students.

Thank you again for your support and dedication.

Rico Munn
Superintendent
Aurora Public Schools
303-365-7800

Comcast Low Cost Internet Services Available

Students, if you are on Free & Reduced Lunch you may qualify for low cost internet service through Comcast.  The cost of the program is $9.95 per month and the program also provides computers for $149.00.  Informational fliers are available in the Counseling Office.  If you have additional questions, you can see Ms. Felker in the Counseling office. 

Infinite Campus Mobile App

Infinite Campus

Now Has a Mobile Parent/Student Portal App!!!

(You Must Have a Parent/Student Portal Account to use it!)

Download the App at either:

The Apple App Store
Or
The Android “Google” Play Store

Cost: Free!!!!

APS District ID #  is:
qwtpsd

You continue to use your same username and password

Football Meeting – Feb. 24th

Gateway Football will have a player meeting in the Library tomorrow, Feb. 24th right after school 3:30 to 4:00pm  See you there.

Pickens Technical College Open House Feb 16th

Pickens Technical College is holding an open house on February 16th from 430 to 7.  Pickens is a great option for both current high school students and students that are graduating in May.    Come tour the campus and experience programs in the health pathways, the skilled trades pathway and other programs like Culinary Arts, Hospitality, Arts and Communication, Cosmetology and STEM.  Call 303-344-4910 for more information.

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