Reviewers Needed: Gateway Projects at the Workshop School – Jun 4-7

Posted by The Workshop School on April 23, 2024

In 11th and 12th grade, we expect students to take on a bigger role in shaping their own learning, and we expect them to do more of that work and learning outside the school building. It’s all about real-world experience and taking ownership. Gateway presentations, which happen at the end of tenth grade, are an opportunity for students to show they are ready to make this leap.

Gateway projects this year will run from June 4-7, and will be held in person at the Workshop School campus in West Philly. We are asking reviewers to sign up for three-hour time slots ranging from 2 hours to 3 hours and 45 minutes depending on the day. As in years past, we will provide all reviewers with detailed instructions about the review process ahead of time.

For a brief summary of the Gateway Project and the critical role that outside reviewers play in the process, click here. If you are available and interested in signing up, reach out to Matthew Riggan, Co-Founder & Executive Director, at for a sign up link. As always, we are deeply grateful for your support and partnership!

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