Time4Learning provides online curriculum for children in Pre-K through high school. Their lessons can be used for homeschooling, after-school enrichment, and summer learning.
Troy University’s ACCELERATE students enjoy the advantages of earning college credit while still in high school. Since all courses are completed entirely online, this program is flexible enough to fit into any busy schedule and offers a multitude of benefits for schools, students and families.
All UWC students share a desire to make the world a better place. But on top of this desire is a strong inclination to do more than just talk about it. They recognize that there are both big and small ways to live the UWC mission and they find ways to act on the mission, extending what they learn in the classrooms, labs, and mountains of New Mexico to their daily lives and careers beyond UWC. If you’re a curious, thoughtful, idealistic person with a strong interest in making a difference in the world, you should apply.
University Child Development School (UCDS) designs a culture of inquiry essential to meaningful learning. UCDS cultivates reflective, collaborative, skillful thinkers who ignite positive change in their communities. They engage diverse perspectives in an ongoing effort to shape and share their innovative education model.
University Laboratory High School is a selective admission, public, laboratory school sanctioned by the State of Illinois and associated with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The school serves academically talented students, residing in Illinois, from the subfreshman level (combined 7th and 8th grades) through high school.
Founded by the renowned educator John Dewey in 1896 and located in Hyde Park, the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools is a private, co-educational day school that is affiliated with the University of Chicago. Families who choose Lab care deeply about curiosity, inquiry, and creativity. All are attracted to a diverse community and an environment that creates and nurtures the habits of expansive thinking and complex problem-solving.
The University of Nebraska High School works with students to make school work for them. 100+ core, elective, AP®, dual enrollment, and NCAA®-approved courses are available online as well as an accredited high school diploma.
Recognizing the need to offer opportunities for academic acceleration to talented high school students, the University of West Georgia allows early entrance through the Dual Enrollment program. The program is a non-need based grant program for qualified students at accredited public or private high schools in the state of Georgia. Dual Enrollment students are eligible to take classes in the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Home-schooled students may also be considered if they meet Dual Enrollment admission requirements.
University Primary School’s mission is to create an innovative research and teacher training site for Illinois College of Education faculty, graduate students, preservice teachers, student volunteers, community colleagues, and visiting scholars interested in the ways children and teachers learn and develop. University Primary School demonstrates The Project Approach and Reggio Emilia-inspiration in action and fosters a professional environment where stakeholders develop and explore recommended practices in education while providing an exceptional school experience for children and families.
University School is a private early childhood through eighth-grade institution providing a nationally recognized program for academically gifted students. The mission of University School is to challenge gifted students with a dynamic curriculum in a nurturing academic environment.
The University School of Milwaukee is a pre-primary through secondary school in the greater Milwaukee area and is one of the top college preparatory schools in the United States. Students are able to accelerate their learning through the school’s Summer Institute for Academic Advancement, which offers summer courses to students who wish to continue their academic pursuits outside of the traditional school year.
Walter Peyton College Prep High School is a selective enrollment public high school and an international model for global teaching and learning. Nestled in the heart of downtown Chicago, Peyton has a distinguished and award-winning reputation for its world-class math, science, world-language, humanities, fine arts, and adventure education programs.
Walter Reed Middle School is a traditional school in North Hollywood, CA and has an enrollment of over 1600 students in grades 6, 7 and 8. The school implements a gifted curriculum model designed to offer a full program for many needs, including an IHP (Individual Honors Program) and a comprehensive program for students with challenging needs.
Washington Elementary STEM Magnet provides a rigorous Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics-based curriculum that addresses the needs of each student.
The program at Washington Middle School is a full-time academic program designed to support academically gifted students. It offers students an opportunity to engage in learning activities at an accelerated pace, depth, and complexity of on grade-level and above-grade-level curriculum.
Westgate Community School is a small school of innovation that seeks to serve gifted students who would benefit from a creative, collaborative and less traditional educational environment.
Whitney High School is a public magnet school in Cerritos, California serving students 7th through 12th grade, offering alternative education for high achieving students selected throughout the district. WHS strives to develop intrinsically motivated, collaborative learners who approach their education purposefully and creatively, preparing academically proficient students for entrance to and success at their best-match university. Whitney has consistently ranked among the top high schools in the US since 2007.
Yellow Wood Academy’s philosophy is to provide every student with the tools and encouragement needed to pursue their own personal journey. They do this by constructing a unique educational program for students that considers the whole child. All of their programs are academically rigorous while personalizing the pace, style, and project for each student, whether that means giving more time and support, or letting them accelerate and explore.
The Young Scholars (YS) Model identifies and nurtures advanced academic potential in students from historically underrepresented populations. Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) created the Young Scholars Model to increase representation of diverse students in K-12 Advanced Academic Programs.
The mission of Zebulon Gifted & Talented Magnet Middle School is to prepare all students to be competitive in the 21st Century by broadening the focus beyond the core subjects to include life and thinking skills, current technology and global, civic and health awareness.