AP-Regents Tutoring Schedule
AP - Regents Tutoring Permission Slip Download
CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO DOWNLOAD THE PERMISSION SLIP
BRING THE SIGNED PERMISSION SLIP TO THE FIRST TUTORING SESSION
How to Join Multi-Cultural
To join the Multi-Cultural club you must:
See Sra. Lynch in room 403
Get a permission slip
Bring the signed permission slip to the auditorium at 3 pm on Tuesday or Wednesday
Gateway's Annual Multi-Cultural Show
NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION-JUNE 6, 2019
New Student Orientation for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on Thursday June 6, 2019 from 10 AM to 12 PM.
8th Grade PTA Sponsored Dance
Parent Teacher Association May Flyer
Gateway Celebrates College Access for ALL
Gateway Goes to St. John's University
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.
PTA May Meeting(28Q680) Queens Gateway to Health Sciences Secondary School
Multi-Cultural Show -School Day(28Q680) Queens Gateway to Health Sciences Secondary School
Multi-Cultural Show - After School(28Q680) Queens Gateway to Health Sciences Secondary School
Eid al-Fitr - No School(28Q680) Queens Gateway to Health Sciences Secondary School
Senior Prom Class of 2019(28Q680) Queens Gateway to Health Sciences Secondary School
PTA SPONSORED BOX TOPS FUNDRAISER
You can help make a difference! Clip out the appropriate box top UPC codes, attach them to the sheets provided by the PTA, return them! It is that easy!
New York City Summer Academy
What is the Summer Academy?
Summer in the City offers a variety of free Summer Academy programs for students of different ages. Summer Academy programs include hands-on STEM projects and field trips to museums, parks, and other cultural sites.
Summer in the City provides transportation and students enrolled in programming will receive a free, healthy breakfast, and lunch.
Summer Academy programs are for students we did not recommend for Summer School.
Click the link below to find information about each program, including how to apply and whether or not your child is eligible. Summer Academy enrichment programs have limited availability and applications are open March 18–April 26 for most programs. You can also reach out to your school’s Parent Coordinator or Principal to learn more.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION - New York City Summer Academy
New York City Summer Academy
Arufa Meherin, Editor in Chief
Mr. Parsan, Adviser