• After School Activities

    There are many extracurricular activities that are offered at Gateway Middle School. Studies have shown that students who are involved in after school activities earn better grades, have better attendance and feel more comfortable at school.

    The following is a list of extra curricular activities that students can participate in after school:

    Study Club: All students are welcome to come and work in the library after school. Teachers are there to help students. Computer and library resources are also available to all. Students may ride the activity bus home. Study club meets Monday through Thursday each week unless otherwise noted. The schedule is posted in September and cancellations are announced on GBN and the web site.

    Math After School Help (MASH):  Mondays and Wednesdays after school from 3 pm to 4 pm - All students are welcome to attend MASH - this is an after school opportunity for any student to receive additional support in math. Students can go one time for help or attend as often as needed. 
    Robotics Club: This club meets once a month throughout the year. Listen to morning announcements for specific details.

    Year Book Club: 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students work to write stories, take pictures, and design layout for the Gateway yearbook. This is a yearlong commitment. Yearbook club meetings will be posted in September.

    ASB: Associated Student Body. This is the student government for Gateway. These students plan dances, fund raisers, assemblies, and work to represent the voice of all students in the school. All interested students can get more information from Mr. Arnold, Mrs. Horton or an ASB officer.

    Sports: 7th and 8th grade students with qualifying grades are invited to try out for the various sports offered at Gateway Middle School. To try out for any sport you must have a physical from a doctor (a physical is good for two years and is kept on file in the office) and fill out the forms on the RankOne web site. RankOneSport. 6th grade students may participate in practice only for Cross-Country, Wrestling, and Track, a doctor's physical and all forms are required for 6th graders to participate.

    Fall (Sept - Oct): Cross-Country, Football, and Girls Softball

    Winter 1 (Oct - Dec): Boys Basketball, Girls Volleyball, Boys Soccer and Girls Soccer

    Winter 2 (Jan - Feb): Wrestling and Girls Basketball

    Spring (April - May): Boys and Girls Track