- Since Gateway's founding in 1998, 96% of Gateway's graduates have gone on to college, double the statewide rate.
- Students at both Gateway High School and Gateway Middle School outperform students across the state on Common Core tests (as measured by percent proficient or above) by an average of 15%.
- Gateway’s College Counseling Program was honored as a model of school reform excellence for achieving measurable results for traditionally underserved students by the Rossier School of Education at University of Southern California.
- Gateway High School was selected as a school that exemplifies success for raising academic achievement for African-American and Latino students. A UCLA independent evaluator's report of San Francisco Unified School District's desegregation efforts reported this achievement.
Impacting Lives; Impacting Public Education
Year after year, Gateway students are thriving. In addition to helping our students achieve their dreams, Gateway’s track record of success has positioned us to make a significant impact on public education in San Francisco.
Academic Achievement for All
- In 2017, Gateway Middle School and Gateway High School were among 275 schools across California who were honored under the Gold Ribbon Schools Program. Only three schools in San Francisco received this award.
- In 2016, Gateway High School was awarded the maximum accreditation of six years from the Western Association of Schools & Colleges.
- The San Francisco Unified School District Board of Education voted unanimously to renew Gateway High School's charter for an additional five years in 2014, making this Gateway High’s third charter renewal.
- Gateway High School was the first charter high school in the state to be named a California Distinguished School by the California Department of Education twice.
- Gateway High School is a host site for Mission Bit, a non-profit organization that teaches project-based semester-long coding courses to students.
- Gateway's dynamic internship program partners with over twenty five local businesses and non-profits to give students real-world learning opportunities.
- Gateway High School is home to an Ignite Chapter, a non-profit organization that is building a movement of young women who are ready and eager to become the next generation of political leaders.