The primary curriculum used for English Language Arts is the ABeka curriculum, which is a comprehensive academic program with a strong foundation in phonics and grammar. 

Gateway Academy’s instructors incorporate best practices in teaching literacy using a wide array of literature and trade books to enrich the program. 

ABeka is also used for Social Studies and Science. 

The Association for Christian Schools International curriculum is used for both Mathematics and Bible instruction.


The ABeka and Prentice Hall Literature curricula are used for English Language Arts. 

The Passport Series published by McDougal Littell is used for Mathematics. 

Life, Earth and Physical Sciences and Old World History and U.S. History for Social Studies are taught using the Pearson/Prentice Hall curriculum.

The Bible is the primary text for developing a Biblical world-view with our students. Biblical curricula such as ACSI, ABeka, and Positive Action for Christ are incorporated to extend our students’ understanding of the Bible.

high school

Gateway Academy, in partnership with Liberty University Academy, runs Staten Island's only interdenominational High School. GA's high school uses a state of the art hybrid academic model offering excellent on-ground and on-line learning. This academic model is also referred to as a Blended Learning Approach.

~ Safe and Relational Environment

~ Academically Rigorous with a Christian Perspective

~ Service-Learning Opportunities

~ Sense of Community

~ College Preparatory

To read more about GA's High School view this program overview.

View GA's admission procedures or contact gareception@gatewayacademyny.org.