Gateway Tech School offers a unique “blended learning” academic program that combines computer accessed on-line instruction with on-site certified teacher support.
The school makes no distinction between "college prep" and career or "technical prep" learning.
The program is designed for those students who want a challenging and relevant curriculum combined with a more flexible school schedule that allows more time outside the school day to pursue the students' future vocational and career goals.
(Aug. 20) -- Orenda Charter School District, with its five total campuses in Central Texas, received an “A” rating in overall performance by the Texas Education Agency’s new “A-F” grading system initiated this year. Locally, Gateway College Prep School, a K-12 school campus serving more than 1,300 students, earned a “Met Standard” rating while earning six out of seven “distinctions.” The school earned an overall score of 95. Gateway Tech High School, also operating in Georgetown, offers a daily, 4-hour blended learning academic program for grades 9-12 only. That school earned a “Met Alternative Standard” with an overall score of 92.
(June 2) -- Twenty-four Tech graduates chose to walk the stage to receive their hard-earned diplomas during commencement exercises held at the Gateway College Prep School campus. Principal Jolene Bruce recognized the individual graduates recalling specific highlights of each during his/her tenure in the program. Inspirational speaker Tory Gant addressed the graduates.