The Gateway Academy allows students to earn as much as one full year’s worth of college credit with the opportunity to take part in mentoring programs and tour Ivy and highly-competitive universities.
Designed for ambitious students who demonstrate strong leadership abilities, the Gateway Academy offers a rigorous academic schedule with unique academic and out-of-the-classroom opportunities. With select courses offered exclusively to Gateway Academy students, students can earn as much as one full year of college credit in addition to College Board’s AP Capstone Diploma. In addition, students have the opportunity to tailor their course of study to one of seven current concentrations. Students will also earn as many as two microcredentials each year, and work towards a senior-year multimedia thesis project that engages the larger community.
Though the Gateway Academy is designed for high-achieving students, they are fully integrated into Boonton High School, and can fully participate in our robust offering of extracurricular programs and activities.
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|College credits:||15 -21, plus up to a year of college credits earned through AP or college-level courses|
|Field work:||Wide range of extracurricular activities and tours|
|Career paths:||Directors, researchers, industry and community leaders|
Gateway Academy Coursework includes:
- AP Computer Science Principles
- AP Seminar and AP Research (The AP Capstone Program)*
- Gateway Culminating Experience*
*Offered exclusively to Gateway Academy students.
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Sample Student Schedule
|Math||Algebra I Honors/Geometry Honors||Geometry Honors/Algebra II Honors||Algebra II Honors/PreCalculus Honors||PreCalculus Honors/AP Calculus/AP Statistics|
|English||English 9 Honors||English 10 Honors||AP English and Language Composition||AP English Literature and Composition/Modern Classics H/DC|
|Social Studies||World History Honors||US History I Honors||AP US History II||AP World History/AP Psychology|
|Science||Biology Honors||Chemistry Honors/AP Chemistry*||Physics Honors/AP Physics||AP Biology/Human Anatomy H/DC|
|Physical Education||Physical Education 9||Physical Education 10||Physical Education 11||Physical Education 12|
|World Language||Spanish I||Spanish II|
|Elective||AP Computer Science Principles||AP Seminar||AP Research||Additional Elective|
|Elective||Culture of Caring/Personal Finance||AP Macroeconomics*||Visual and Performing Arts Requirement||Additional Elective|
|Elective||Additional Elective||Additional Elective|
|Required Classes||Suggested Courses||Academy Specific Courses|