Gateway High School (Aurora, Colorado)

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Gateway High School
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Location
1300 South Sable Boulevard, Aurora, Colorado, 80012
Information
Established 1973
School district Aurora Public Schools
Principal Dakari Davis
Faculty 85[1]
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 2237[2]
Color(s) Black Yellow White Gold Orange         
Athletics 5A[2]
Athletics conference East Metro 5A[2]
Mascot Olympians
Information 303-755-7160
Website

Gateway High School is a public high school in Aurora, Colorado. It is one of four high schools in Aurora Public Schools.

Gateway's student newspaper is The Gateway Medallion and the Year book is The Olympiad.

Performing Arts[edit]

Vocal:

  • 2004 State Champions
  • 2005 State Champions

Band:

  • 2003 State Finals
  • 2004 State Quarter Finals

Percussion:

  • 1996 World Champions, WGI Percussion Scholastic Concert World Class
  • 1997 World Champions, WGI Percussion Scholastic Concert World Class
  • 2003 State Champions
  • 2004 National Champions

Athletics[edit]

Football:

  • 2001 4A State Qualifier
  • 2002 4A State Quarter Finals
  • 2003 4A State Qualifier
  • 2004 5A Continental Division Champions
  • 2004 5A State Qualifier
  • 2005 5A State Quarter Finals
  • 2008 5A State Qualifier
  • 2009 5A State Qualifier
  • 2010 5A State Qualifier
  • 2011 5A State Qualifier
  • 2012 5A State Qualifier
  • 2013 5A State Qualifier

Basketball:

  • 2000 5A State Semi Finals
  • 2004 5A State Quarter Finals
  • 2005 5A State Quarter Finals
  • 2006 5A State Quarter Finals
  • 2007 5A State Qualifier
  • 2008 5A State Qualifier
  • 2009 5A Sweet 16
  • 2010 5A State Qualifier
  • 2011 5A State Qualifier

Demographics[edit]

Current:

  • Fall 2009 [3]
    • Native American: 1%
    • Caucasian: 26%
    • Latino: 38%
    • African American: 30%
    • Asian American: 5%

Historical:

  • Fall 2008[4]
    • Native American: 1%
    • Caucasian: 29%
    • Latino: 35%
    • African American: 31%
    • Asian American: 5%
  • Fall 2007[5]
    • Native American: 1%
    • Caucasian: 30%
    • Latino: 32%
    • African American: 33%
    • Asian American: 4%
  • Fall 2006[6]
    • Native American: 1%
    • Caucasian: 32%
    • Latino: 30%
    • African American: 34%
    • Asian American: 3%
  • Fall 2005[7]
    • Native American: 1%
    • Caucasian: 33%
    • Latino: 27%
    • African American: 34%
    • Asian American: 5%

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 39°41′37.11″N 104°49′3.15″W / 39.6936417°N 104.8175417°W / 39.6936417; -104.8175417