About US

We are a member of the Urban Assembly Family of Schools. The Urban Assembly is a non-profit organization that has created and manages a community of small New york City public schools dedicated to preparing students for college via exceptional support, college planning offices and professional partnerships.

The Urban Assembly Gateway School for Technology opened its doors in the Fall of 2011 to the graduating class of 2015. These first students are founding members, pioneers in a school community committed to their success. Our students will be prepared as creative and analytical producers of technology with an authoritative understanding of their role and influence in the digital age. Graduates will be innovative thinkers and technicians, able to use and apply cutting edge technology in a variety of fields.

Our History

Administration

Mrs. Mckoy
Principal
Ms. McBain
Assistant Principal
Ms. Dvorakovskaya
Assistant Principal

Guidance And Support

Ms. Jordan
Principal’s Secretary
Ms. Banschick
School Business Manager
Ms. Cai
Partnership Coordinator
Ms. Feliz
Parent Coordinator
Parent Association
UAG Parent Association
Ms. Canale
Social Worker
Mr. Fitzgerald
Student Affairs
Ms. Joseph
9th Grade Guidance Counselor
Ms. Manning
11th Grade Guidance Counselor
Mr. Rigney
College Advisor
Mr. Traversa
10th Grade Guidance Counselor
Mr. Verdejo
School Aide
Mr. Zambrano
Paraprofessional
Mr. Briggs
Paraprofessional

Teachers

English/Foreign Language & Art Departments

Ms. Davenport
11th Grade English Teacher
Ms. Hunter
9th Grade English Teacher
Ms. Jones
12th Grade English Teacher
Ms. Leazer
English as a Second Language Teacher
Ms. Nelson
10th Grade English Teacher
Ms. Terrero
Spanish Teacher
Ms. Santillo
Art Teacher

Social Studies Department

Mr. Dimola
U.S. History Teacher
Mr. Drespel
Economics Teacher
Mr. Kunka
Global Studies Teacher
Mr. Lawrence
Global Studies Teacher

Math Department

Ms. Cummings
Math Teacher
Mr. Salvato
Math Teacher
Mr. Schneider
Math Teacher
Mr. Ziegelstein
Math/Physics Teacher

Science Department

Mr. de la Cruz
Living Environment Teacher
Ms. Gayatinea
Chemistry Teacher
Mr. Gruszka
Earth Science Teacher
Mr. Ziegelstein
Math/Physics Teacher

Special Education Department

Ms. Ardinger
Special Education Teacher
Ms. Hanafy
Special Education Teacher
Mr. Jackson
Special Education Teacher
Ms. Li
Special Education Teacher
Ms. Youngstrom
Special Education Teacher
Mr. Briggs
Paraprofessional

Technology Department

Ms. Alder
IT Teacher
Mr. Chen
SE Teacher
Ms. Morales
DDA Teacher
Dr. Quint
Technology Teacher
Mr. Sookchan
IT Teacher
Lee Eyerman
DDA Teacher

Physical Education Department

Mr. Taoufik
Physical Education Teacher
Mr. Cassano
Physical Education Teacher

The Urban Assembly Gateway School for Technology opened its doors in the Fall of 2011 to the graduating class of 2015. These first students are founding members, pioneers in a school community committed to their success. Our students will be prepared as creative and analytical producers of technology with an authoritative understanding of their role and influence in the digital age. Graduates will be innovative thinkers and technicians, able to use and apply cutting edge technology in a variety of fields.

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The Urban Assembly Gateway School for Technology opened its doors in the Fall of 2011 to the graduating class of 2015. These first students are founding members, pioneers in a school community committed to their success. Our students will be prepared as creative and analytical producers of technology with an authoritative understanding of their role and influence in the digital age. Graduates will be innovative thinkers and technicians, able to use and apply cutting edge technology in a variety of fields.

The Urban Assembly is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering underserved youth by providing them with the academic and life skills necessary for postsecondary success.

We create and support unique, small public schools that are open to all students, scale up promising programs, and coordinate with hundreds of partner organizations in the private, public, non-profit and higher education sectors.

Our goal is to prepare 100% of our graduates for success in the 21st century economy through rigorous college preparation and cutting-edge career and technical education.

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