College Representative Information

Thank you in advance for visiting Gonzaga College High School as part of your fall travel. We are very excited that you are coming and have created this information sheet so that your visit will be as easy and fruitful as possible.

We are very excited to announce that this year we will be scheduling our college visits though Please feel free to schedule an appointment at your convenience. If there are conflicts with your availability and the openings listed on, feel free to call our office and we will do our best to accommodate you!

A few key points to note:

·          College visits begin after Labor Day through the week before Thanksgiving, except for certain holidays and non-school days. We will schedule up to five college visits each day.

·         College visits take place between the hours of 9:00AM - 2:00PM (depending on the schedule for the day). We do not schedule visits before or after school. Each time slots is about 40 minutes.

·         After you schedule your visit you will receive a confirmation with with the date and time of your visit and a link to a Visitor Information Sheet and Campus Map. Hopefully this information will help you navigate your way to our office and explain our security protocol/access procedures that are in place on our campus.

Arriving to Gonzaga

Gonzaga is located on 19 Eye Street, off North Capitol and in between H and K Streets NW. We are very close to Union Station. Please be advised that if you use your GPS to find “Eye Street”, this will be problematic. Eye”- I Street is no longer a through street off North Capitol.  You may only enter Gonzaga College High School from 1st Street NW now. You will at once see a circle and a gated entrance.  There will be Visitor parking spaces on the right (across from our building, Forte Hall). Please note that DC traffic and arriving at Gonzaga may take longer than what is suggested on the GPS or from other schools. Please insure that you arrive 5-10 minutes before your appointment so that you will have ample time to meet with any interested students.


In addition to the visitor parking spaces across from Forte (where the college counseling offices are located), there are also spaces in the parking garage (under our football field). Drive through the entrance and visitor parking will be labeled on the right in the middle lane. They are frequently used throughout the day on a first come-first served basis. If the space is being used and you are here for your appointment, please see any of our police officers. They can also guide you to any available parking spot. It is highly suggested you put your business card on your dashboard indicating you are here for a visit.

Location of the College Counseling Offices

Our offices are located on the 2nd floor of Forte Hall Forte Hall is the first building on the left hand side (opposite outside visitor parking) after you reach the circle and outside the gated entrance.  Please enter Forte Hall through the double glass doors. If you are unsure or feel lost, always feel free to call Ann Hoffman, our College Visit Coordinator (her number is below) or Eli Clarke (202-336-7131) when you arrive so we can assist you.


We understand that plans may change during your travel schedule and emergencies can come up. If anything happens that will prevent you from visiting, please contact our office.  Also please note that we only allow current seniors to attend these informational meetings, we do not conduct any “pre-sign up” of students, and we can only hold seniors for a maximum for 15 minutes if you are late to your visit. In addition, please know that your visit with our students will be one full period (50 minutes) for the day.

Thank you again for including Gonzaga as part of your fall travel. If you ever have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to having you visit!


Ann Hoffman at 202-336-7131

Eli Clarke at 202-336-7134     

Kellie Stewart 202-336-7136  

Jamie Moynihan at 202-336-7140

Information for Transcript Review

2015-16 School Profile

Our grading scale is:
A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0

We award 0.5 quality point to our honors classes and an additional 1 quality point to our AP and Advanced classes.  This is noted on every transcript.  All Honors, AP, and Advanced classes are labeled as such on the transcript.