FIRST LEGO League Junior is designed to introduce STEM concepts to kids ages 6 to 10 while exciting them through a brand they know and love − LEGO.
Florida Virtual School (FLVS) has been leading the way in Kindergarten-12 online education for more than 22 years. FLVS provides a robust, award-winning curriculum to public, private, charter, and homeschool families and school districts nationwide. Founded in 1997, FLVS, the district, and its schools are accredited by Cognia and offer supportive online learning to students both in Florida and around the world.
The Frances A. Karnes Center for Gifted Studies at the University of Southern Mississippi was established in 1979 to further the education of gifted students and those with leadership abilities through teaching, research, and services. The Center offers classes, camps, and instructional programs for intellectually gifted students in grades pre-K through 12, as well as conferences, teacher education, and other services for those interested in gifted: teachers, parents, administrators, psychologists, counselors, and other concerned citizens.
Fullerton College offers students enrolled in K-12 the opportunity to enroll in advanced scholastic or vocational work as Special Admit Students. Enrollment is for “advanced scholastic or vocational work” and NOT for pre-college level math, English and reading courses offered by local high schools.
Fulton Science Academy Private School envisions a pre-K through 12th grade nationally ranked and recognized school serving advanced and gifted student populations committed to academic success, civic responsibility, and high ethical values within a safe environment that celebrates diversity and is supported by the collaborative efforts of its stakeholders and the broader community. Their mission is to engineer an educational framework designed for the highest academic results and enduring strength of character utilizing an innovative STEAM curriculum for college preparedness and lifelong student success.
Future Problem Solving of California is an Affiliate of Future Problem Solving Program International [http://www.fpspi.org], an educational nonprofit focusing on the development of critical, creative and futuristic thinking skills.
Although FPS enhances students’ awareness of current issues, the main goal is to develop higher order thinking skills. By challenging students to apply their minds to some of the most significant issues facing the world of today and in the future, we help equip them with the vision, skills and tools to design and promote positive outcomes for society at local, regional and global scales.
FPSPI is a dynamic international program involving thousands of students annually from around the world. Developed in 1974 by creativity pioneer Dr. E. Paul Torrance, Future Problem Solving (FPS) provides competitive and non-competitive components for today’s curriculum via a six-step model which teaches critical and creative thinking, problem solving, and decision making.
Galileo School for Gifted Learning is K-8 FDOE-certified High-Performing Charter School open to all students in Seminole County. Their purpose is to help nurture the unique gifts of each of our students using innovative, research-based approaches to instruction. They see differentiation and acceleration, not as “add ons” to the curriculum, but as core components of the entire orientation of the school.
GATE Academy is a year-round day school dedicated to educating academically-gifted students in grades K–8 with an inquiry-based curriculum. GATE students are deep, reflective thinkers who have a passion for figuring out, doing, and understanding. They cluster motivated and cognitively gifted students in small groups with their intellectual peers and provide them with an inquiry-based, accelerated, self-paced curriculum in a school environment that celebrates them for who they are.
Georgetown Day School is a coeducational private day school with over 1,000 students in grades Pre-K through 12 located in Washington D.C. GDS was established in 1945 as the city’s first integrated school, with a focus on both academic excellence and equality.
The Advanced and Gifted Program is a supplemental enrichment program designed to meet the needs of our advanced learners in a variety of ways including: Enriched sessions; Curriculum compacting; Topic enrichment and extension; Honors and/or AP (Advanced Placement courses; Advanced and/or accelerated course planning and placement; Other activities which incorporate academics, multiple intelligences, and social interaction.
The Office of Gifted and Talented Education provides learning environments which foster personal and social responsibility, multi-cultural competence, and technical communication skills for citizenship in the global environment of the 21st Century. They design and deliver rigorous and relevant curriculum to students in grades K-12 to address their academic and intellectual needs. Additionally, the Atlanta GATE program offers a variety of resources, enrichment, and internships for gifted students.
The Gifted and Talented Plus Children’s Summer Program provide courses designed to challenge the intellectual and creative abilities of children entering grades 1–8 in the fall.
The Gifted Education Resource Institute (GERI) at Purdue University is an innovative center dedicated to the discovery, study, and development of human potential. The mission of GERI is holistic development of giftedness, creativity, and talents among individuals throughout their life span through enrichment programs for gifted youth; graduate programs for future scholars and leaders; professional development and coursework for educators of gifted; and cutting-edge research in psychology and education related to giftedness, creativity, and talent development.
Gifted Families Support Group Incorporated is a not for profit association designed to support families and educators of gifted children. Run solely by volunteers, GFSG Inc. focuses on bringing together ‘like-minds’, providing a vast array of supportive events and highlighting the needs of gifted children within our community.
GM4K is New York State’s premiere service for gifted and twice-exceptional learners, delivered by Dr. Susan Paynter, child advocate, award-winning educator, and nationally recognized expert on gifted learners. GM4K offers learning assessment and support, enrichment, seminars and workshops, and more.
Gifted Music School is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational institution in Salt Lake City committed to defining the standard for high-level music education. Gifted Music School currently serves 582 students every single week and provides 1075 hours of lessons and/or classes every month. It is recognized nationally for exceptional music education.
Gifted Resource Council’s mission is to bring together the resources of the community, the schools and parents to help bright and talented children achieve their potential. GRC grew into an organization that serves the St. Louis community with three major programs: Academic Challenge Cup (friendly competitions in the areas of math, language skills and creative problem solving), Saturday Learning Labs and Summer Academies.
Provided by the Gifted Development Center, a list of schools by state dedicated to serving highly and profoundly gifted students.
The Gifted Support Center provides resources and support for gifted children and their families. In addition to a variety of gifted assessment services, the Gifted Support Center also offers family consultations, community workshops, support groups, and in-school programming. Their goal is to provide gifted children and their families with the resources and information needed to help promote academic, social, and emotional growth.
Girls Garage is a one-of-a-kind design and building program and dedicated work space for girls ages 9-17. Located in Berkeley, California, it offers after-school programs, summer camps, and workshops.
The Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes celebrates inspiring, public-spirited young people from diverse backgrounds all across U.S.A. and Canada. Established in 2001 by author T.A. Barron, the Barron Prize annually honors 25 outstanding young leaders ages 8 to 18 who have made a significant positive impact on people, their communities, and the environment. Application is available in January of each year
Green River Preserve’s mission is to provide a challenging and nurturing learning experience and inspire a deep appreciation of interconnectedness, ecological respect, and the joy of living. They are a non-competitive, coed summer camp connecting children with nature.
Since 2003, Greenwich Education Group has provided a rich array of academic resources, including subject tutoring, SAT, ACT & ISEE test preparation, day and boarding school advisory services, college counseling, diagnostic assessment, clinical and coaching services, and social skills support. Each student is met with personal attention, individualized instruction, and every resource imaginable in order to help them reach their full academic potential. Currently they have three offices in Greenwich, Riverside, and Stamford, as well as four NEASC accredited co-ed, independent day schools: Beacon, Links Academy, The Pinnacle School, and The Spire School.