Gates County High School


  • EOC Summer Remediation

    For students who scored within 7 points of showing proficiency on the Math 1 EOC test, we would like to invite him/her to our Summer Remediation Camp. There, students will receive interventions and have the opportunity to retest at the end of the camp. If you received a call and would like for your child to attend, please complete the Google form through the link below. Your response is needed by Friday, June 10, 2022. Thank you for your support! 

    Camp Dates: June 13 - June 28, 2022 

    Camp Times: 8:00 - 12:00 

    Camp Location: Gates County High School

    Google Form Link:

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  • Summer School

    Dear Red Baron Parents and Students,

    Gates County High School will be holding face-to-face summer credit recovery sessions. A call was sent out on Wednesday evening to notify parents that their student is eligible for summer credit recovery. The session dates and times are as follows:

    DATES: June 13 through July 27 (Monday – Thursday); No school the week of July 4-7.

    TIMES: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

    LOCATION: Gates County High School

    During this time, students will be offered the opportunity to recover a credit(s).  Credit recovery is defined by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction as a block of instruction that is less than the entire course and is designed to address student deficiencies in the mastery of course objectives.  The guidelines for recovery credit are addressed in the North Carolina State School Board Policy, Globally Competitive Students GCS-M-001.  

    Please remember the following regarding your participation:

    • Transportation will be provided to and from the school if needed.
    • Attendance is required for all sessions in order to complete the recovery credit. Students are allowed 2 absences during summer school. Any absences above 2 must be pre-approved by the administration at GCHS. 
    • Meals will be provided free of charge by the Department of School Nutrition. 
    • Curriculum delivery will be online or a blend of teacher-led instruction and online.
    • The credit recovery course must be completed by July 27 at 60 percent or above proficiency in order for the student to receive the recovery credit.
    • Successful recovery credit will be added to the student’s transcript and considered when applying promotion standards for the 2021-22 school year.

    Please complete the online form at the link provided


    to indicate your student’s participation in the summer recovery program. If you have questions regarding this opportunity, please contact the front office at (252) 357-0720, Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  

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  • Parent Portal:

    The link for the Parent Portal, to check your student's grades, is If you have not set up an account yet, contact the school for assistance. A PowerPoint presentation on using the portal can be accessed under 'Site Shortcuts' on the right of this page.

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    Please be advised that effective immediately, we will no longer accept phone calls regarding requests for education verifications.  For privacy reasons, we DO NOT take requests over the phone or by fax.  All requests made must be via a signed release form and accompanied by a $5.00 fee.  You may pay by cash, company check, or money order for each request.  Checks and money orders must be made payable to Gates County High School.  You may send in your company's request form or access our form on our website at allow 10 business days for your request to be processed from the date the payment is received..  All requests should be mailed to 088 US Hwy 158 W, Gatesville, NC 27938.  We look forward to your cooperation in the process.  
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  • Welcome to the Home of the Red Barons!
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    Vision: Gates County Public Schools will promote achievement through teaching, engaging and helping students become successful.
    Mission: Gates County Public Schools will work collaboratively with all stakeholders to provide a nurturing educational environment that empowers students to be college and career ready through utilizing technology and 21st century skills. Gates County Public Schools are committed to inspiring all students to reach their maximum potential in becoming productive citizens.