Big Minds is an attachment-based, community focused school in Pinole, CA designed to give 2e students the time and support necessary to grow into thoughtful, articulate citizens.
Bixby School serves preschool through elementary level children and their families in a small community setting that compassionately empowers children with critical thinking skills, self-confidence, independence and a love of learning; develops their individual gifts; and prepares them to make meaningful contributions to the world.
BK Academy (Bellevue, King County) serves gifted preschool and elementary students in Bellevue, Eastside of Seattle. BK Academy facilitates empathy and perseverance for change makers. BK Academy is mainly focused on students’ social/emotional/character development.
The Blake School is an independent pre-k-12, private, non-sectarian, coeducational, college preparatory day school with campuses in Minneapolis, Hopkins, and Wayzata. They offer a rigorous education grounded in shared values – respect, love of learning, integrity, courage and a commitment to pluralism. Students become lifelong learners who make lasting contributions to the world.
Join other homeschooled students who are as eager to learn as you are! Blue Tent Online classes are designed for advanced students who love to learn and explore—and who want to share and compare with grade-level peers.
Boston University Academy is a private high school operated by Boston University. Founded in 1993 and located on the Boston University campus, the Academy is geared toward college preparatory work. As part of its integration with the university, students are able to take college courses for credit their junor and senior years.
Brentwood School is a place where scholars, athletes, artists, and activists, inventors and aspiring leaders are all at home. It’s also a place where one person can take on many of these roles. Brentwood School is comprised of two campuses located four blocks apart. The West Campus, on Sunset Boulevard and Saltair Avenue serves students in Grades K-5, while students in Grades 6-12 attend our East Campus at Sunset Boulevard and Barrington Place.
Bridges Academy is dedicated to understanding and educating gifted and highly gifted students with learning differences (twice-exceptional or 2e students) and fostering a successful academic and social experience for students and for the broader community through work of two divisions: Bridges Academy and The Center for Twice-Exceptional Research and Professional Development (The 2e Center). Located in Studio City, CA, the Academy serves students 4th through 7th grade (The Phoenix Program) and 7th through 12th grade (The Da Vinci Program).
Brightmont Academy offers full-time private school, individual courses, and tutoring. At the center of Brightmont’s personalized learning approach is one-to-one instruction: one highly qualified teacher working with one student throughout every learning session. To foster continual progress, each teaching moment is optimized to accommodate a student’s needs. Brightmont Academy’s approach has been successful for a variety of students, including homeschool, gifted, and 2e students.
Brock’s Academy is a fully accredited private school offering premium one-on-one tutoring and private school options as well as classes. Since its doors opened in 2005, Brock’s Academy has worked with students and their families to define learning goals and uncover learning passions. They provide the most flexible alternative educational services available by tailoring curriculum, instructional methods, class schedules, and even teaching locations to ensure students receive the best educational outcome. They specialize in teaching students challenged by learning issues including autism disorders, dyslexia, dysgraphia, anxiety and depression disorders, and twice-gifted students.
Since 1938, The Bronx High School of Science has been one of New York City’s most selective public high schools. BHSS is one of 9 specialized high schools located in New York and operated by the New York City Department of Education. Their mission is to provide educational and social opportunities that are unique for gifted and talented students to best prepare them for meaningful and useful roles in science and society. Bronx Science offers a well-rounded curriculum in English, Biology, Physical Science, Mathematics, Social Studies, Foreign Language, The Arts, Technology, Health and Physical Education as well as Advanced Placement, College Level, Honor Courses and an extensive selection of Electives.
Brooklyn School of Inquiry, often referred to as BSI, is a progressive, constructivist New York City public school, located in the Bensonhurst neighborhood of Brooklyn. Their mission is to provide exemplary teaching targeted to the unique needs of our students who become self directed learners and think of themselves as active members of the world community.
Brooklyn Technical High School, commonly referred to as Brooklyn Tech, is a New York City public high school that specializes in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. They inspire and challenge potentially high achievers to maximize their talents for the benefit of society.
Broward Virtual School (BVS) offers full-time enrollment to students in grades K-12 through an online educational delivery system. Home educated students in grades 6-12 may enroll part-time as well. BVS was the first and only district virtual school to be rated as an “”A”” school by the Florida Department of Education in 2010. BVS offers equitable access to high quality, individualized education, through the Internet and other distance learning technologies.
The University of Iowa’s Belin-Blank Center has offered early entrance to university programming since 1999. The Bucksbaum Early Entrance Academy empowers high-achieving students with a passion for STEM and the Arts/Humanities to begin full-time on-campus study at The University of Iowa after their sophomore year of high school.
Established in 1982, Cal State LA’s EEP is a unique educational program and one of few national programs offering accelerated education to students as young as 11 years of age. Students attend regular college classes on campus with a cohort of other gifted, young students where they are encouraged to pursue academic excellence and develop relationships with like-minded peers. EEP is not a transfer program; students pursue their baccalaureate degrees as full-time students and complete the program typically in 4-5 years.
The California Academy of Mathematics and Science is a comprehensive public, four-year high school which seeks to increase the nation’s pool of graduates in mathematics and science. The Academy develops the talents of motivated students to become thoughtful and productive members of an increasingly global and technological society. The Academy offers a rigorous and innovative college-preparatory curriculum which is available to school districts throughout the region and nation.
California Connections Academy is more than a network of tuition–free TK–12 online public schools available for students throughout California. It’s also a tight-knit online school community offering you an award-winning curriculum, credentialed teachers, and opportunities for parent involvement.
Central Academy is home to Iowa’s top AP program and first IB Diploma program. Central Academy fosters academic excellence through the challenge of a compacted curriculum and the stimulation of intensive work with the students’ intellectual peers and is listed in the top 1% of educational programs nationally, as recognized by the College Board.
Central Campus serves as the Premier Regional Academy within the Des Moines Public Schools. Over two thousand students from dozens of Iowa High Schools experience their Advance Career Training Programs. With academic planning and support in high school, students have the opportunity to earn community college credit and two-year Associates Degree at no extra cost.
Located in Denver, Colorado, the Challenge School is a magnet charter school in Cherry Creek School District that exists to inspire, empower and challenge students who are academically advanced or gifted. Through a rigorous academic program, Challenge encourages students to become compassionate and critical thinkers able to communicate their ideas. Challenge classes are primarily grouped by learning or developmental needs rather than by age to best meet the needs of each individual child. Students also work in multi-age groups in Connections, Mini-courses, and Immersion classes. Challenge School serves students Kindergarten through eighth grade.
Located in Pasadena, CA, the Chandler School is an independent, coed day school enrolling 450 students in kindergarten through 8th grade. Chandler school seeks bright, motivated and well-rounded students who can benefit from a strong academic program and the wide range of opportunities offered on campus.
Housed at the Sterling School in Greenville, South Carolina, the Charles Townes Center is a select program for highly gifted students grades 3-8. The purpose of the Charles Townes Center (CTC) is to provide gifted and talented students with a highly challenging, full-time instructional program that enriches, accelerates, and extends the program of studies in Greenville County Schools. The curriculum in each content area exceeds South Carolina Standards. Differentiation in the depth, breadth, and pace of instruction is designed to challenge the abilities of advanced learners, with strong emphasis on the development of higher order thinking skills.
Established in 1890, Choate Rosemary Hall is a coeducational boarding and day school for grade 9-12, offering a rigorous academic curriculum with an emphasis on character formation and community.
Chrysalis School offers personalized learning programs for grades K-12. There are two campuses in Woodinville—the South Campus (grades K-6) and Chrysalis High School (grades 7-12). Chrysalis education offers a progressive educational philosophy developed over thirty years ago by our founder, Karen Fogle. Every student deserves to grow, learn, and become who they are meant to be in their own time. Tjey use an approach that puts the student first, is grounded in best practices around learning, and considers their development in a holistic way. While in most schools students are asked to adapt to the school, at Chrysalis the school adapts to them. They want their students to be happy, love learning, and enjoy coming to school throughout their educational journey.