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ROAR An exclusive magazine serving teens by teens.

Introducing a Local Historic Treasure


Nov. 2019

TheROAR The Roar Magazine

700 Howdershell Rd. Hazelwood, MO 63031 Advertising Inquiries (618) 541-9823 Publisher: Jacqueline Duty


Photographer: Kaitlin Hoang

About This Magazine Several years ago, GLCA experienced the same frustrations that schools across the United States encounter everyday. Students are not engaging due to a number of reasons; teacher personality conflicts, different learning levels, classroom disruptions from other students and various other reasons. This leads to students not connecting and failing to love the learning process in our education system. We know teachers and administrators work tirelessly to meet the needs of all students. That’s why we’ve made it our mission to utilize tools and resources to leverage technology in ways that improve student outcomes. We’ve seen firsthand that all districts, schools, and students have unique needs that can’t be met with a one-size-fits-all solution. With that in mind, we dedicated our efforts to creating powerful, but flexible products and solutions that give students the personalization and engagement they need to succeed. With our transition to a new campus, we are taking everything to the next level. As we move into a University campus, our students will enjoy a historic campus, top level athletic fields and access to top training in athletics and business. There will be recreational areas, recording studios, training centers, many classrooms for learning and too many amenities to list at once. This is the vision that was initiated as the school was launched with humble beginnings. We invite you to take a moment and read over the next few pages and learn how your child’s world of education will expand at Gateway Legacy Christian Academy. To learn more about enrollment, visit us online at: www.gatewaylegacyprep.com. See why our Lions ROAR! Greg & Melissa Morrison, Founders

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CONTENTS 4   6     7     8     9     13     15     18     19     20  

Welcome to  Gateway  Legacy  Chris5an  Academy     Who  We  Are     The  Lion  Path     Student  Of  The  Month     Athle5c  Spotlight     Never  Give  Up!     My  Journey  To  The  USA     Fashion  Corner     Coming  in  2020     Coffee  Campus  Tours      





Gateway Legacy Christian Academy is a college preparatory academy with an elite sports academy designed to create opportunities for scholarships to Universities. With over 100 students from up to 38 different countries, they empower, equip and launch innovators and leaders from around the world. GLCA started with a vision to help kids discover their God-given talents and empower them to pursue their purpose. What started with 6 kids in one classroom, has evolved into an international boarding school with 2 campuses and an elite sports training program.  Students come from over 30 countries around the world to train with our coaches and learn from our instructors in specialized areas of growth for athletics, business and medical pursuits. 

The Mission of Gateway Legacy Christian Academy is to develop world changers, innovators and leaders with a passion to pursue purpose. The Vision of Gateway Legacy Christian Academy is to be the nation's BEST resource for people development in 3 key areas: Sports, Business, Medical.

With a vision to build a community sports complex, research hospital, business center and foster program, GLCA is dedicated to recruiting the best and brightest talent from around the world as we pour into the community and train up people from every diverse socio-economic background. Through collaboration and strategic partnerships, Gateway Legacy Christian Academy will build a legacy that will grow for generations.   4  

St. Stanislaus Seminary St. Stanislaus Seminary is a former Society of Jesus (Jesuits) seminary that was founded in 1823 on the outskirts of Florissant, Missouri within the current municipal limits of Hazelwood,  Missouri. It was the longest continuously operated Jesuit novitiate in the United States.

Working life

The seminary was founded in 1823 as some log buildings and a large farm to feed the missionaries. They had come to Florissant from Maryland at the behest of Saint Philippine Duchesne.  It was named for Stanislaus Kostka.   The main building, now known as the Old Rock Building, was built from 1840 to 1849 from limestone quarried by the Jesuits. Pierre-Jean De Smet was based in St. Stanislaus Seminary for some years. Another early student was Peter Joseph Arnoudt.  The seminary was closed in 1971 due to fewer religious vocations and the post-Vatican II movement to urban areas. Two years earlier, it had already transferred its collegiate program to Saint Louis University.   Most of what was left of the property, 35 acres (140,000 m2), was sold to The Missouri District of The United Pentecostal Church

International, and the property spent many years housing Urshan College (formerly Gateway College of Evangelism) and Urshan Graduate School of Theology.  The Old Rock Building and 4 acres (16,000 m2) of land remained Jesuit property until 2003. In 2019, the property was acquired by Gateway Legacy Christian Academy.  Construction plans have already begun towards the restoration of the property with a vision for expansion with new buildings and athletic fields.

The Property

The property was largely self-sufficient in its day. The current building was built by the seminarians and brothers with limestone from the banks of the Missouri River, and it has walls 3 feet (0.91 m) thick. The wooden parts came from walnut,  logged from the property by the Jesuits, and the bricks  were also made on site. The seminary fed itself with an orchard, a chicken ranch, a cattle barn, wheat fields, vineyards, a butcher shop, a creamery, and a bakery.   The former farm property is now owned by Saint Louis County, which leases it to the Missouri Department of Conservation as a conservation area. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Stanislaus_Seminary



Our Philosophy At Gateway Legacy Christian Academy, we motivate and encourage youth and teens to aspire to high goals in the areas of academics, athletics and social skills. “Our GREATEST glory is not in never failing but in rising up EVERY TIME we fail.”

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Athletic Training Strength & Conditioning ACT & TOEFL Prep AP Classes College Recruiting

-Ralph Waldo Emerson-

Room & Board Travel Tournaments College Campus Visits ESL Classes

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Harvard University Indiana State University University of New Mexico Dartmouth University University of Wyoming Ball State University Syracuse University McKendree University University of Pennsylvania

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University of Illinois Michigan State University Central Michigan University Southern Illinois University North Dakota State University University of Wisconsin Robert Morris University University Of Florida Bowling Green University


THE LION PATH By: Vanja Tomic

In ancient Egypt, the Lion Path was the journey of kings and their families toward the realization of their full potential. By becoming a Gateway Lion, I realized it is much more than that. It is a way of living. It is an example to everyone on how they should act, and a guidance for character development; how to be the best you can in every area of your life. We are a teenagers. We are High School students. We are not adults yet, but we most definitely are not children anymore. Each and every one of us holds responsibility for actions we take and choices we make. It is not always easy to do the right thing, especially while being surrounded with so much pressure and bad influence, but the choices we make is what defines us. We are the Lions. We have potential to be the greatest leaders; brave, strong, honest, and gracious. The potential is available to become champions, kings and queens. Potential itself is not enough. That is why we have to follow a Lion’s Path. For me, It represents the following: 1. Hard work. In the classroom, on the court, on soccer field, everywhere. You have to give all you have and put it in those 45 minutes of class or two hours of practice. Give it even If you are not the smartest person in the room or the most talented one in the team; even if you don’t have any talent at all! Give everything you have for that one purpose and you will accomplish everything you ever dreamed of. 2. Leadership. Show up as an example to everyone on how they should behave. Guide them to the right path. There is not a single

person on this planet that did not make a mistake throughout his/her lifetime. Not once or twice, but about one hundred times. And that is okay. It is part of life and growth. However, we must do our best to learn from those mistakes and keep moving forward, motivating others to do the same. 3. Courage. Don’t hide yourself out of fear that you won’t be accepted. You were born to stand out. No one is you and that is your power. Use it. Speak loudly for what you believe in. You are here for a reason and this world needs you for who you are. 4. Honor and Respect. Two very important things. It is not talent or your work ethic; It is character. It is who you are as a person. Everything else does not matter If you have a bad personality. How much you give is how much you will get. Treat everyone the way you would like to be treated. Because of all these reasons, we are walking on a Lion Path. It is not easy. Very high standards are set and there is not a lot of room for mistakes. But here is the thing: It’s not just you or me that are on this road; we all are. We are walking together. We are getting better and s u c c e e d i n g t o g e t h e r. Because we are a family. A family of champions, we are walking through life toward the realization of our full potential. That is what being a Gateway Lion truly means to me. 7  


Vanja Tomic Country: Serbia Grade: 12

Paulo Drefahl Country: Brazil Grade: 11

Margaret Mohme (Meg) Country: USA Grade: 12

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Athletic Spotlight Marcos Silva


Marcos Silva is on his third season with Gateway Soccer Academy as a coach. Since he begun to work at Gateway Legacy Christian Academy, the soccer program grew tremendously because of his extraordinary ability as a coach. For instance, in 2018 GLCA soccer team won the National Christian School Athletic Association national tournament, and finished the year as number one in the nation. Also, after an outstanding season Marcos was honored by the NCSAA as the coach of the year; and for the first time, the GLCA soccer team was invited for the most prestigious youth soccer tournament of the world, called Dallas Cup, competing against national and international selected teams.

Coaching players from all over the world, Silva walks side by side with his athletes to help them accomplish their goals. A graduate in sports science from Oklahoma Baptist University and a master's degree in sports administration from Eastern New Mexico University, Marcos Silva has established himself as a well-known soccer coach after a great playing career. Living seventeen years in the United States, Silva was a college soccer player who was a two-year first team AllAmerica at Oklahoma Wesleyan University before transferring to Oklahoma Baptist University. Silva arrived at Gateway to help the school to achieve a higher level of soccer. He was able to bring more talented soccer players who were able to put GLCA name as one of the top soccer program in the Nation. His abilities makes him a different level coach on and off the field. His passion for the game allows him to work hard to recruit the right student/athlete to be part of Gateway soccer program. Marcos has a strong coaching background, he was the assistant coach for Eastern New Mexico University where he got his master’s degree in Sports Administration. As an assistant coach, he recruited talented players to who helped ENMU to battle against top division II schools in the country. After his first season the ENMU had the best winning record of its history. Two years later Silva went back to his alma mater as assistant coach at Oklahoma Baptist University, which was a NAIA school at the time. Silva was not able to win their conference as a Player, but as first season coach he won the Sooner Athletic Conference season and tournament for the first time in school history. This win took the Bison to the national tournament sweet sixteen once again, and the team were ranked as number seven in the nation.

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Speaker Series Throughout the year, students enjoy learning from top business leaders, entrepreneurs, professional athletes and innovators. This creates an insight into real-world applications beyond school.  Students have opportunities to ask in-depth questions from some of the top business leaders in the community.  The calendar has consistently provided experiences for students to learn beyond the classroom.

Performance Arts

GLCA has a dynamic theatre program that incorporates students at all grade levels. Our programs are designed to bring all age groups together for a big performance and develop a passion for the theatre and performance industry. Building the strength of our performance program will be a focus in the next 2 years as we leverage a new partnership with Halpin Music in Alton, IL. With dedicated music instructors and access to all instruments, we will begin building our new music program to enhance our theatre program.

Sherry Farmer-Herbert speaks about social media marketing to the students of GLCA.


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Trumpets Trombones French Horns Guitars Keyboards String Instruments And Much More!

Alton Location Hours: Monday - Friday: 12pm-7pm Saturday: 10am-5pm

88 Northport Dr, Alton, IL 62002



HEALTH & WELLNESS Tips To Staying Healthy 1. Drink Lots Of Water. As you walk through the campus, students lose more water than they realize. Most people don’t understand that they are dehydrated. Buy a reusable water bottle and carry it with you throughout the day. Water keeps your skin clear, helps your kidneys and staves off hunger. 2. Get Plenty Of Sleep. Video games can distract and take more time than students realize. Before you know it, hours have passed and you have to get up in 3 hours to get ready for school. The Huffington Post reports the surprising, scary dangers of not sleeping enough. Getting too little sleep on the regular can “increase your risk of stroke, lead to obesity, up your diabetes risk, fuel memory loss, damage bones, increase your cancer risk, hurt your heart, and even kill you” (Klein). Perform better in your class and on the field by getting plenty of sleep. 3. De-Stress. It can be easy to allow the stress of high performance impact your mental and emotional well being. It is important to take time to just stop for a moment and reflect.

Gratitude and quiet times are crucial to allowing space for times to de-stress. Learn the signs of anxiety and stress that will allow you to overcome the times you begin to feel overwhelmed. 4. Stay In Touch With Loved Ones. It takes tremendous courage to make the journey across the world to attend an academy in another country. As you are in the process of discovering yourself, it will be important to stay connected to family and friends from home. Sometimes a quick 20 minute chat on What’s App can make all the difference in reminding you why you traveled this far for a top education and sports experience. 5. Make Close Friends. It is important to develop strong friendships with someone that you can connect with while you are away from home. This is an incredible opportunity to build connections with leaders from around the world. Don’t miss your opportunity to understand other cultures and build life-long friendships that will grow beyond high school. Once a Lion…Always a Lion!

Source: https://www.fnu.edu/8-health-wellness-tips-college-students/


Never Give Up! Dreams Do Come True. By: Alex Mamaev There are many stories when people give up when they need to make one more step for their dreams come true. There are also good stories when people fight for their dreams their whole life and they see victory at the end. I would like to tell you my story of how I came to Gateway Legacy. My passion to play basketball began when I was 13 years old. I started late because most of the kids start to play basketball when they are 7 years old. I am from Kemerovo. It’s a small town in Russia, Siberia. In Kemerovo, we have only two basketball teams. I played in one of the teams for 2 years. After my coach moved to another city, our team broke up. This helped me decide to move to another city to live with my mentor, my older brother. I am very grateful, because he is the reason I learned to play basketball. In another city, I decided to try out for the local basketball team. I was excited to make the team. I thought that it would be fresh start for me. It started well. Suddenly, things changed. I couldn’t understand why I lost favor with the coach and the team. It seemed that coming from another city created an animosity that I couldn’t overcome. When I returned from basketball camp, I learned the coach called my mom to say I was no longer on the team.

I would dedicate all my time on the courts training or just sitting trying to figure out what to do next. I made a decision to not give up on my dream of playing in the USA. My brother bought me a ticket to a great camp in Moscow. He invested all his money on this one chance for me to be seen by recruiters. He said, “Go and show them who you are.” I couldn’t wait for this incredible opportunity. One coach would be there that would change my life. He was from Serbia and asked, “What’s your plan? What do you want in life?” I explained my goal of playing NCAA in the USA. He told me he liked when he met players with big dreams. He said he could help, but I wasn’t sure I could believe that it was possible. I wanted this for so long and was scared to put all my hopes in this. Within a month, I received a phone call from him that would change my life. I was on the basketball court when he called. I had to stop my training because I couldn’t breathe. I came back to home to share everything with my parents. They couldn’t believe it was true. They were so happy. One month later, I was sitting in the airplane and I was going to USA. I couldn’t believe that my dream came true. Now I run as a Lion.

I was broken. This was the second time I lost a team. At that moment I decided that I should devote more time to basketball and I will do everything I could to get into a team. I woke up at 5 in the morning every day, training alone. I was in school by 8am and immediately went back to train after school. This continued for a year. I went on four tryouts to different cities across Russia, but everywhere I heard the same thing. “We like you. You are a good player, but we have no place for you.” I fell asleep every night with the thought that no one needed me. I made a decision. If no one needed me in Russia, then I would do my best to leave for America. I told my best friends about my plans, but almost everyone thought I was crazy. Even my parents said this was an impossible mission. They said that I should go to university in Moscow. I fought with my parents and my brother. This is a day I will never forget.

Nothing is impossible



DINNER & DESSERT Chilean Empanada 1

Melt the butter in a large skillet over medium heat; cook the onion, garlic, oregano, cumin, salt, and pepper in the melted butter until the onion is golden brown, 5 to 7 minutes. Add the ground pork and cook until completely browned, 7 to 10 minutes more; drain the fat from the skillet. Stir the eggs, raisins, and olives into the mixture. Whisk the water and cornstarch together in a small bowl; pour into the skillet and stir until the liquid thickens. Remove from heat and set aside.


Whisk the milk and melted shortening together in a bowl until evenly blended. Stir the flour and salt together in a separate large bowl. Pour the wet mixture into the dry and whisk until well mixed into a dough. Set aside to rest for 10 minutes.

Directions Prep 20 m

Cook 40 m

•  1 cup raisins •  1 cup chopped black olives •  1 cup water •  1 teaspoon cornstarch •  1 cup lukewarm milk •  1 cup shortening, melted •  5 cups all-purpose flour •  2 teaspoons salt •  2 eggs, beaten

Ready In 1 h 10 m •  1 tablespoon butter •  1 large onion, chopped •  1 teaspoon minced garlic •  1 teaspoon dried oregano •  1 teaspoon cumin •  1/2 teaspoon salt •  1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper •  1 pound ground pork •  3 hard-cooked eggs, chopped


Preheat an oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C).


Place the dough onto a lightly-floured board and roll to about 1/8-inch thick; cut into circles with a round cookie cutter or glass. Drop equal portions of the pork mixture into the center of each circle. Fold each circle in half and press edges with a fork to seal. Brush the tops of the empanadas with beaten egg.


Bake in the preheated oven until golden brown, about 25 minutes.

Chilean-Style Sopaipillas 1

Peel, seed, and cut the zapallo into chunks. Place in a saucepan, cover with water, and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Cook until zapallo is soft and easily pierced with a fork, 15 to 20 minutes. Drain and allow to cool slightly.


Mix the flour, baking soda, and salt together in a mixing bowl, and set aside. Stir together the squash and melted butter. Stir the flour mixture into the butter mixture until blended. Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured surface and knead until soft and satiny, adding a little more flour if necessary. Cover dough with a towel and allow to rest 15 minutes.

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Directions Prep 20 m

Roll out the dough to 1/8 inch thick, and cut into 3 inch diameter circles. Poke each circle a few times with a fork to make holes and prevent rising. Pour vegetable oil into a large, deep skillet and heat over medium-high heat until hot, 385 degrees F (195 degrees C). Place several of the dough circles into hot oil; cook until lightly browned, 3 to 4 minutes. Drain on paper towels. Cook remainder of dough circles in batches. Source: allrecipes.com

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Cook 25 m

Ready In 1h

9 ounces zapallo squash 4 1/4 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon salt 10 tablespoons butter, melted 2 cups canola oil for pan-frying

My Journey To the USA To Pursue Higher Education By: Pedro Pilli Can you imagine how challenging it can be for an international student to learn to speak English fluently? I am going to share an experience from a high school student who came to the United States pursuing a dream. My name is Pedro. I am Brazilian and currently live in US. My dream is to attend one of the best Universities in U.S.A. Which University is the ideal fit for my future goals ? I am in process of researching all the universities; however, I am discovering each unique opportunity about the top universities around the country. In addition to a high focus with academics, I am also an athlete. I play volleyball. It is a dream of mine to play NCAA volleyball. How can I combine everything and find the ideal university for me? I have to consider every variable. I also have to consider which university I am able to afford. Studying abroad always seemed almost impossible. My perception is that attending a top University was reserved for the smartest and most athletic from around the world. Beyond my perceived limitations, I had a desire to pursue this dream. As a young child, I had the dream to study abroad. Before I came to the U.S., I had never traveled overseas. Up to this point, I never had to be fluent in another language to be able to communicate. English classes were expected to be taken , but I wasn’t fluent in the language. After many years studying, I can express myself and communicate effectively. I still do not have a perfect English, but I am in the process of learning more everyday. I focus on improving everyday. Currently, I live in the USA and I am pursuing my high school diploma abroad. The thing that once seemed so distant is now happening. The journey has begun. Coming to do my senior year of high school in the US is a great accomplishment for my life. It motivates me even more to pursue my dream to attend one of the best universities in the United

States. This accomplishment has shown me if I try and work hard, I can accomplish anything. It doesn’t mean it is going to be easy. It can actually be much harder than you thought, but when you achieve that, you will realize it is worth it. When I came to United States, I came for two things: Study academics and play volleyball. Academics always comes first but the volleyball is very important. To attend the top university, I must have excellent grades and an incredible resume. In order to attend, I am pursuing an aggressive scholarship. While academics are important, volleyball is what drives me. I am trying as hard as I can to play better and perform better everyday. In my opinion, there are a few things separating the people who go to the best schools and the people that do not go. Belief in themselves and their ability to achieve great things are such a big deal. It is all about your willingness to focus and stay disciplined. If you really want something you will sacrifice a lot of other things to accomplish goals. I am still searching for the best university, but I already know what type of experience I want. I don’t have everything done yet but I’m in the process to improve myself and show to the universities that I bring value. I know there will always be someone smarter, faster, or better, but let me demonstrate how I will work harder than anyone else in the room. Gateway teaches me how to pursue my dreams and run after it with a belief that anything is possible.



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St. Louis is...

where 7-Up was invented where the ice cream cone was first invented known for toasted ravioli, gooey butter cake, and provel cheese where The 1904 World's Fair was held the first American city to host the Olympics formerly known as the largest shoe-manufacturing center in the world popular for its St. Louis Zoo – one of the best in the country next to San Diego's zoo proud to house the Missouri Botanical Gardens – among the top three botanical gardens in the world where the very first kindergarten was founded in the U.S. where the first interstate highway was built home to Saint Louis University – the oldest university west of the Mississippi home to the largest beer-producing plant in the nation – Anheuser-Busch where the tallest monument in the U.S. (630 ft. tall) was built – known as The Gateway Arch the city that hosts the largest Mardi Gras celebration outside of New Orleans known to consume more BBQ sauce per capita than any other American city

St. Louis has the eight-most professional sports championships among the U.S. cities (14 overall championships for five major leagues). Wikipedia.org

Source: https://www.nestlepurinacareers.com/blog/st-louis-fun-facts/



Help us pave the way one brick at a time

Our mission is to sell 5,000 bricks Help us and leave YOUR legacy! Â

Be a permanent part of our history by purchasing a commemorative, personalized brick for only $500 per brick. This is a unique and special way for you, a member of your family, or a past loved one, to be honored in a lasting and memorable way. Each brick will be used to showcase a custom art piece designed by a local artist, displaying your professionally engraved personal message for all to read.

Your personalized brick(s) will be engraved with... Max 3 lines per brick / Max 14 characters per line. Including spaces and punctuation.

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Fashion CORNER

The Gateway Lion Fashion Club Our fashion club is starting with a few students that have a passion to begin their own fashion line of clothing. Many designs are in the works and students will collaborate to develop new concepts in apparel. With a passion to pursue fashion Gateway Lions are looking for companies in the surrounding community to partner with. If you know any local business that would be interested in working with the students at Gateway, please contact: jackie@gatewayacademystl.com

Design By Shaili Betts


Lions Cheer Team

2019 started with many new programs and clubs. MaKenzie Westhoff took the lead with growing our new Cheer Program. She comes to Gateway with great experience competing at regional levels. With excellent leadership skills she has successfully recruited 10 new athletes that are excited to build this growing program. 2019 is a foundational year to build the skills necessary to compete at the highest level. Don’t miss their performances throughout the year. To learn more, email: westhoffmakenzie@ gmail.com

Cheer Captain MaKenzie Westhoff

Coming 2020

Esports Program

What is Esports? It is one of the fastest growing sports in the world. As defined by North America Scholastic

Esports Federation (NASEF), Esports, also known as electronic sports, is a form of competition that is facilitated through computer gaming. Most commonly, Esports takes the form of organized, multiplayer online video game competitions. These competitions often incorporate live broadcasts with commentary and award prize money to competitors. Who wants to sponsor this new program? Email: jackie@gatewayacademystl.com

Introducing… Lions Baseball

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Enrolling NOW  for  fall  2020   COFFEE CAMPUS TOURS 9:00AM – 4:00PM Monday - Thursday

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