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GATE MISSION STATEMENT

"The arts are not just expressive and affective. They are deeply cognitive. They develop essential thinking tools –pattern recognition and development; mental representations of what is observed or ...more

Gifted & Talented Education (G.A.T.E.) Overview

COLLEGE PREP: THE LOST ART OF READING

When I ask my students how many of them have read a book for pleasure in the past month, less than TEN PERCENT raise their hands. How can we ensure that our children are prepared for higher ...more

SAT AND ACT TEST PREP STRATEGIES

  • READ! One hour a day is ideal. A lifelong reading habit is the best way to prepare yourself for standardized tests, with their focus on reading fluency and grammar. Every test prep expert agrees on ...more

SAT AND ACT TESTING INFORMATION

SCHEDULING AND TAKING SAT AND STANDARDIZED TESTS

Many colleges consider students' standardized test scores as part of their acceptance criteria. Colleges will accept either the SAT or the ACT and do ...more

STANDARDIZED TEST PREPARATION

Formal test preparation can begin as early as the summer before your junior year, but don't overdo it! Schedule time for community and enriching activities to give yourself a needed break before the ...more

GATE Coordinator: Karen Joy Melander Extension 3024 melanderk@sfusd.edu

ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS AND INTERNSHIPS

The following are websites that have access to programs for College Preparation

SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAMS

MInds Matter for low income students (free or reduced lunch) applications accepted from 9th graders ...more

GATE Identification

The criteria for GATE qualification are below. The student must qualify in 4 out 6 of the following areas.

1) Screening or Achievement test scores.

Math and English Language Arts. ...more

Advantages of GATE Identification

What are the advantages of GATE identification? Historically, GATE students have often been unsuccessful in high school due to boredom and lack of study skills. They may have been able to be highly ...more