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Mission and Vision
The mission of the Queens Gateway to Health Sciences Secondary School is to prepare all students to perform proficiently, exceed academic standards, and find productive pathways to knowledge as they learn to live constructively together. Gateway, through the collaboration of school, home, and community strives to develop high expectations for all students in an educational environment that is safe and nurturing. We are committed to the use of appropriate instructional expertise, guidance services, academics intervention services, and the use of technology to support teaching and learning.
Spring Fling Dance
Gateway's Spring Dance. All grades are welcome. Admission is free for Gateway students and $5 for guests. All students must have signed permission slip to attend and it must be handed in with all guest information by the day of the dance. No permission slips will be taken at the door. Free food and refreshments will be provided. All students must clear disciplinary clearance to attend. See Mr. Parsan for more information.(28Q680) Queens Gateway to Health Sciences Secondary School
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Virtual Worlds Teens Code! The Rubin Teens Program
This summer create art with the visual programming language Pure Data while exploring Himalayan art and culture at the Rubin Museum, located in the heart of Chelsea.
- Study the math behind the “sacred geometry” of mandalas
- Meet like-minded teens who are passionate about art and its power to shape society
- Learn to code with professional graphics programs
No previous coding experience necessary!
Virtual Worlds is an interactive, hands-on program that teaches teens art making and coding skills while drawing connections to math and art history.
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Students in grades 9–12 from NYC Title 1 Schools* are invited to apply to one of the Rubin’s nine-session summer art-and-coding labs.
July Lab (7/09–7/27)
Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays, 2:00–5:00 p.m.
August Lab (7/30–8/17)
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 2:00–5:00 p.m.
Maximum capacity of fifteen students per lab.
Questions? Contact Olivia Buscarino, Manager of School and Family Programs, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*While all students are welcome to apply, preference will be given to teens enrolled in Department of Education Title 1 Schools
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Arufa Meherin, Editor in Chief
Mr. Parsan, Adviser