Meets on Fridays from 2:20-3:30 pm in Room 9-108. Students seek to enhance their understanding of ancient and contemporary topics related to Asian culture. Contact: Ms. Ponicsan
Made up of student volunteers who are matched up with persons of intellectual and developmental disabilities in order to develop friendships and promote awareness in school and the community. Students meet every Thursday during lunches with their buddy. Chapter meetings and events are held after school once a month on Thursdays. Space is limited. Contact: Ms. Rodriguez in Portable 45.
Honor club aimed at promoting the ideals of academic achievement, character, service, and leadership. The club meets every other Friday from 2:30-3:30 as needed in Room 26-103. Contact: Ms. Nicholoff
Drama Club/Thespian Society
Club that allows students who share a passion for theatre arts to work on productions, compete at competitions, and unite with other theatre enthusiasts. Volunteer hours are available for some production positions and students can earn points towards being inducted into our school's Thespian Troupe. This troupe is chartered through the International Thespian Society, which recognizes and honors excellence in academic theatre. Club meetings are scheduled around production calendars. For updates and announcements, join the Drama Club Edmodo account with the code: a6ptpg. Contact: Mr. Traver in Room 15-116 for more information.
Club that focuses on environmental preservation, campus beautification and clean-up efforts throughout the local area. This club meets every Monday at 2:30pm in room 6-107. Check out more information.
Student run club that brings LGBTQI+ and straight students together to support each other, provide a safe place to socialize and create a platform to advocate for racial, gender, LGBTQ, and economic justice. This club meets every other Friday from 2:30-3:30 pm in room 26-203. Contact: Ms. Gonzalez
National Honor Society
Meets two times a month on Mondays from 2:20-3:00 pm in Room 9-108. This student group worksto make an impact, not just for himself or herself, but for the community and the world. Contact: Ms. Ponicsan
Spanish-National Honor Society
Meets monthly after school to enhance proficiency in Spanish as well as discuss ways to promote cultural awareness within Gateway’s school community. Students meetThursdays @ 2:30-3:00 pmin 10-117. Contact: Ms. Serrano
Meets every Tuesday from 2:30-3:30 pm in room 21-108. This group is determined to document the comings and goings of Panthers in all academic and extracurricular settings. Contact: Ms. Colon.