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    Drone Program Interest Form

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    Dear Parents of Graduating Seniors,

    As our seniors prepare to embark on the next chapter of their lives, we are thrilled to introduce the Proud Shirt Series to commemorate their achievements and celebrate their journey. These shirts are a fantastic way to showcase your pride and support for your graduating student.

    The Proud Shirt Series offers a variety of customization options, allowing you to personalize each shirt to reflect your unique role in your student's life. Whether you're a proud mom, dad, sister, brother, aunt, uncle, or any other family member or friend, there's a shirt designed just for you!

    To place an order, students can visit the JagTown Store or email Mr. Ryan Moore directly at Please ensure that payment is made prior to pick-up to streamline the process.

    Here are the key details:

    - Shirts can be ordered at the JagTown Store or by emailing Mr. Moore.

    - Payment must be made before pick-up.

    - Shirts can be customized to say Proud Mama, Proud Sister, Proud Dad, Proud Aunt, etc.

    - T-Shirts are $15.

    We encourage you to seize this opportunity to celebrate your student's accomplishments and show your unwavering support as they transition into the next phase of their lives.

    Orders are due by April 30th.

    Thank you for your continued support, and congratulations to all our graduating seniors!

    Warm regards,

    Mr. Ryan Moore

    CTE – Business Teacher/JagTown

    Gateway STEM High School

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  • Students at Gateway STEM and Ladue High Schools collaborated to create, pitch, and produce a Public Service Announcement in partnership with KSDK-TV.  
    During working lunches, students met in Gateway's Media Center and formed teams, developed ideas, designed graphics and storyboards, then traveled to Ladue's Broadcast Studio to polish and pitch their projects to KSDK's Bryce Moore, reporter Alex Fees, and editor Austin Muschamp. The professionals were so impressed they said it was hard to choose a winner and suggested that all be credited with specific contributions to the PSA production process. 
    The winning team included our own Maddi Evans and Kaliya Stewart who traveled to the KSDK studio to edit the final video. When complete, all participants were invited to KSDK for a watch party and a studio tour. The PSA will air during newscasts, Show Me St. Louis, and on the KSDK website this month.
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    Announcing the return of Doggy Day Care courtesy of Ms. Barfield, our new Pre-Vet instructor! 

    We look forward in seeing all your wonderful pets! 

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    Gateway’s FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics team competed in the Missouri/Kansas Championship on Saturday.

     During the qualifying rounds we won 5 out of 6 matches and were in a 7 way tie for second place. Tiebreak points had us in 6th place at that point.

     Alliance selection moved our team up to become the Captain of the Number 4 Alliance. Our team chose 13312 The Bombers from John Burroughs and 10265 Force Green a community team.

     We fought hard but we ended up losing in the Semi-Finals. Our team finished 4th overall out of 36 teams.

     During the awards ceremony our team was honored to receive the MOTIVATE AWARD.

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    The senior class of Fire Fighting and Law Enforcement Students recently attended a fieldtrip to St. Louis Police Headquarters, where they toured the 911 Dispatch Center, the Real Time Crime Lab, and the Police Academy.  They pose in the gym with Officer Regiana Moore and Sgt. Stephen Perry and our very own Kenneth Moore.


    Lieutenant Moore squares up against Alexus Jackson, as Daisheneh Perry looks on in the boxing ring at the Police Academy Gym.

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    Please welcome our newest member to the STEM Team! 


    The orange and white one is Bumblebee: He is a shy guy working on coming out of his shell, but he is very sweet and cuddly once he gets to know you. Ms. B is going through the Churu treat flavors to see which one he likes best.
    The brown tabby is Cricket: Mr. Personality is in the building! He loves to play and tumble around, but also takes time to check in on his brother. He loves all the Churu treat flavors and is already well on his way to being spoiled rotten!
    They come to Gateway courtesy of Animal House Cat Rescue right here in St. Louis! They are a wonderful facility that really cares about finding cats the right home. They are a no-kill shelter and they do not have a time limit on the cats' stay, giving them time to find just the right family! If you would like more information or are looking to adopt your own friendly feline, here is a link to their website:
    Thank You, we are excited to welcome them to the school! 
    PreVet Instructor: Delores Barfield
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    Check out the new design for our student cafeteria!  Jaguar Proud! 

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     All PHL Athletic Events Tickets Starting in January, Will Be Sold and Purchased on Hometown Ticketing. No Cash Sales!!!! Please Visit the School Website for the QR Code. 

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  • gtA huge shout out to the 42 Gateway STEM JROTC cadets who showed up to march in the St Louis Veteran’s Day Parade.   Despite the early Saturday morning and cooler temperatures, these awesome cadets proudly represented the Air Force and their school as they marched through the city.   


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    Color Guard performance at the St Louis Blues game (opening night) last Saturday evening.   On the team (left to right) are:   Naome Davis; Louis Timberman, Keisean Robinson and Alexis Sarau. 

    So proud of our Color Guard team performing in front of 20,000 people. 


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  • Gateway STEM Information 2023-24

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  • To request transcripts, email the registrar, Ms. Bobbie Holmes @

    You will need to complete the transcript request form located here!

    The school only keeps student records for 10 years. After that, the SLPS transcript office handles all requests.

    You can reach Lou Kruger, Director of Student Placement, who oversees the transcript office Via the link or contact information below:

    Phone: 314-645-2648Fax: 314-633-5230

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  • For all the up to date News at The STEM! 


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    AETC commander visits St Louis JROTC cadets, lauds diversity & inclusion

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    Click the Jaguar logo to view the promotional video for Gateway STEM! 


    Please subscribe to our YouTube channel! 


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  • Gateway STEM Social! 


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  • Best High Schools

    Gateway High is ranked 37th within Missouri. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® course work and exams. The AP® participation rate at Gateway High is 42 percent. Click the link below for more information:

    Best High Schools

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