Gateway Community School

Gateway Community School
Phone: 805-437-1460 • Fax: 805-437-1493

200 Horizon Cir • Camarillo, CA 93010

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For NEW students only - Pre-Enrollment 

For RETURNING students only - Re-Enrollment

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Gateway Community School is proudly operated by the Ventura County Office of Education for the purpose of serving all districts in Ventura County. Gateway primarily serves expelled, truant, and referred students in grades 6-12. Our school has high expectations of students and provides a rigorous academic environment, while also providing essential social-emotional services for students who need the most and deserve the best.

Our primary goal is to ensure positive personal and academic outcomes for students. Such outcomes include preparing students to return to their home school districts, graduating from Gateway, or earning their high school equivalency certificate. Gateway realizes these results by ensuring that every student receives every possible support they need to succeed in school and life.

We are Respectful, Positive, Productive, and Proud. These "Guidelines For Success" are the essential qualities that we teach and instill in our students. First and foremost, these core values define who we are as a school staff. We know that each of our students deserve to be treated with the utmost of dignity and respect.

Explore our website to learn more about Gateway Community School's unique programs, positive behavior support model, restorative approaches, and counseling services

If you have further questions about our program, please call our office at (805) 437-1460.

Video: What Makes Gateway Staff So Special

A team from dude. be nice visited Gateway Community School to highlight the ways our amazing teachers and staff are making a real difference in the lives of students. Watch the video below.