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Please review our academic calendar to help plan your school year and make note of important dates and holidays.

23-24 Academic Calendar

For information about school policies and procedures.

Student Handbook

Parent/Guardian must complete the top half of the Work Permit application and sign, employer must complete bottom half of application

Physical form must be filled out by a doctor, unless the student has had a physical within the last year, copy must be provided. 

Once both forms are complete, email them to Shaquila Horne at

Once the forms have been received and verified and Attendance/Engagement has been verified a Work Permit will be issued within two business days.

Any questions please contact Shaquila Horne at 216-201-9481.

There are many programs available for missing children. Below are several links to resources you can use to learn more about programs available and preventive measure you can take to protect your children.

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

  • Missing Children
  • Child Sexual Exploitation
  • Child Safety & Prevention
  • Victim & Family Support
  • Law Enforcement Training

Resources for Parents

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® knows children face risks every day. That is why NCMEC provides resources to families to help keep their children safer. NCMEC knows teaching children about safety works. Take a look at the resources below to learn more about how to keep your children safer. 

  • Child ID Resources – learn about how to prepare a Child ID for your children in the event they are missing. One of the most important pieces of this kit is an up-to-date, good quality photo.
  • If your child is missing – learn what to do if your child is missing. NCMEC recommends you immediately call your local law enforcement agency and then call NCMEC at 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678)
  • Child safety and prevention – NCMEC provides safety and prevention resources for families and professionals focusing on abduction, exploitation and Internet safety.


The Ohio AMBER Alert Advisory Committee and its member organizations are committed to a statewide approach to the emergency alert programs through coordination of resources, information sharing, and training. The committee is dedicated to ensuring the most timely and efficient notification to law enforcement, emergency alert partners, and the public. Its purpose is to help increase the chance for a safe recovery of the victims of abduction or other life-threatening
situations, when administering the AMBER Alert, Endangered Missing Child Alert, Endangered Missing Adult Alert, and the Ohio Blue Alert programs.

The Amber Alert Plan was launched in Ohio on January 1, 2003.

Gateway Suicide Prevention 988 Statement

Beginning on July 16, 2022, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-8255) will transition to the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline. Ohioans who are experiencing a mental health or addiction crisis, and their family members, will be able to call, chat, or text the 988 number in order to reach a trained counselor who can offer help and support.

 PowerPoint Presentation (

Links to Community Toolkit to help with 988 messaging and communication planning: 

Gateway Online Academy offers a wide array of Workforce Development options to connect our students to training and employment through community partnerships throughout the State of Ohio. Students are taught employability and soft skills through the Career Based Intervention (CBI) in 9th, 10th, & 11th grades.  As students get closer to Graduation, the personal finance curriculum prepares students for future life in their Senior year covering topics like housing, taxes and other personal financial basics. The incorporation of seals like the Ohio Means Jobs Readiness Seal help 11th & 12th grade students prepare cover letters, resumes & practice for interviews. The certifications offered by Gateway Online Academy continue to grow and programs like Rise Up (Customer Service), Microsoft (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), Lean Six Sigma and the STNA Program are helping students in 9th-12th Grades get certified for future employment opportunities after high school. If you have any questions please reach out to Shaquila Horne by email: or phone: 216-201-9481.

Gateway Online Academy supports students and families by providing short term interventions & linkages to resources in their community.  Resources include housing, utility assistance, food pantries, and more. Our program encourages personal growth, independence, stability, and sustainability. Primary objectives include improved academic achievement, increased attendance, engagement, and overall success!  If you would like more information, please contact Christina Lamorgese at:


Your student will access their online education through the Accel Management Platform for Education (AMP). To help get you started in the AMP system we have developed a resource website where you can reach out for technology support or find helpful videos and tips to ensure your success this school year!

AMP Technology and Resource Website or 

On this site, you can submit a ticket, live chat or contact tech support. You can also view videos and articles to help guide you. Here are a few to start:


Thank you for being a part of our school. We have outlined the simple and necessary steps for returning your computer below. Please read this guide carefully to understand the steps you need to take.

Step-by-Step Guide – How to Return Your Computer

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