Gateway Technical College Admission Requirements
With campuses in Elkhorn, Kenosha, and Racine, Gateway Technical College provides a post-secondary education for students throughout Southeastern Wisconsin. While SAT scores, ACT scores, and GPA requirement information is not available, applications are usually handled on an individual basis. As long as you are motivated and have your high school diploma, you should be accepted! If you don't already have your GED, taking online high school classes with eAchieve Academy will help you earn the basic education you need to move on to Gateway Technical College.
What AP classes does Gateway Technical College accept?
The AP classes listed below are all accepted for credit at Gateway Tech, contingent upon the student achieving a passing score on the corresponding standardized exam. Passing scores range from 3 to 5, depending on the class.
These AP classes offered at eAchieve Academy are accepted at Gateway Technical College:
- AP Art History
- AP Biology
- AP Calculus A/B
- AP Calculus B/C
- AP Chemistry
- AP Computer Science Principles
- AP Economics Macro
- AP Economics Micro
- AP English
- AP French
- AP Spanish
- AP European History
- AP Music Theory
- AP Physics 1
- AP Physics 2
- AP Psychology
- AP United States History
- AP World History
Need more information? See this page outlining the list of Advanced Placement classes accepted by Gateway Technical College and the minimum AP Examination scores required for credit. If you need assistance figuring out if an eAchieve Academy class meets Gateway Tech requirements, contact us.
How Can You Tell If You Have Enough AP Credits to Get Into Gateway Tech?
One of the best ways for high schoolers to minimize their tuition in college, challenge themselves academically and make their college application stand out is by taking lots of AP courses. Sometimes students wonder how many AP courses they should take for their dream school. For a school like Gateway Technical College, eAchieve recommends a progressive advanced placement courseload that becomes more challenging as students near graduation.