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At some high schools, Advanced Placement courses end up essentially doubling as candidate-pools for class valedictorian, with only the highest achieving students on the roster. But at Shasta Lake's Central Valley High School, anyone can sign up for the classes that double as college credit with a passed exam.
Today's students are growing up with technology as a constant part of their daily lives. In fact, many of Central Valley High School's 200 freshmen can't remember going to school without a computer
District to become first in county to provide tablets to all students in second through 12th grade.
Like the other students at Central Valley High School in the City of Shasta Lake, junior Syed Asad Ali got involved in new activities and enjoyed new experiences.
Shirley Canela, the editor in chief of the Central Valley High School yearbook, points to the end pages of this year’s book. The pages feature a winding sidewalk, with miniscule print spelling out the names of every single student at the high school written on it.
Bright fantasy landscapes and colorful characters spring from Jessica Worthington's fingers when she draws.
Congratulations to Brianna Conley for being chosen to the U.S. State Department funded Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Program (CBYX). CBYX is for motivated high school students who want to fully immerse themselves in German culture by living with a host family and attending a local high school.
Congratulations to Karmyn Froggatt for winning the Student Photography - Fine Art award for her piece Radiant in the Sundial Film Festival
Gateway Unified School District has provided additional funding to help support AP students with their exam fees. The district recognizes the benefits and value of taking the Advanced Placement exam after students work through the rigor of their AP courses.
Brittany Kelly-Gonzalez has broken a ten year dry spell
Gateway Unified School District Refunds Bonds, Saves Taxpayers Money
Joseph Liouh, a fifth grade student at Shasta Lake School, recently earned fourth place in the SumDog national math contest.
The Shasta County Office of Education announced the selection of three Shasta County teachers for 2015 Teacher of the Year recognition including one from the Gateway Unified School District.
As you have probably heard, Gateway Unified School District will provide all students 2nd-12th grade with iPads to use in all classroom settings. This is an exciting time for GUSD and its students as we are dedicating more funds to the implementation of technology in the classroom than any other school north of San Jose.
Based on the positive results the District has achieved over the past 3 years with the use of one-to-one (1:1) devices, the GUSD Board of Education, at the April 9, 2014 board meeting, endorsed a comprehensive plan for the expansion of technology and digital learning throughout the District.