The St. Louis Regional Program for Exceptionally Gifted Students (PEGS) offers curricular acceleration and enrichment opportunities for exceptionally gifted students in grades 1-12. Students qualifying for PEGS are few in number among the general population. This regional public school program was established to assist local school districts in providing for the unique needs of these exceptionally gifted students.
The Stanford Online High School (OHS) is an accredited, diploma-granting independent school serving students in grades 7 – 12. The OHS brings together academically talented and motivated students from around the world into a vibrant intellectual community with teachers who are passionate about their disciplines, accomplished in their fields, and above all, dedicated to teaching. Students can customize their school experience with a variety of enrollment options: full-time, part-time, or single-course. OHS offers online instruction which includes live, synchronous seminars on a college-style class schedule, encouraging independence, discipline, and strong time-management skills. Learn more by visiting their website.
Stargate School provides a differentiated program designed specifically to meet the needs of identified intellectually gifted learners in order to challenge each student’s academic abilities, support their unique emotional needs, promote individual character development and encourage a life-long love of learning.
Steppingstone School for Gifted Education, located in a vibrant Michigan community, is dedicated to providing an outstanding education that addresses both the intellect and humanity of gifted children. They strive for accessibility to all gifted students regardless of ability to pay, for a sustainable population housed in an attractive facility that supports our mission, and to attract and retain the best teachers for our students and the best support staff for our teachers and parents. Steppingstone School is an internationally recognized resource for gifted education, where daily interactions and research with national and international education institutions are woven into the fabric of our operations.
Stuyvesant High has served as a premier school for the development of talent in science, mathematics and technology. They are part of eight specialized public high schools established and run by the New York City Department of Education to aimed at serving the needs of academically gifted students.
Sunland Elementary Gifted/ High Ability Magnet is designed to meet the educational needs of the students through an active, creative, and challenging curriculum, which is based on the Common Core State Standards. Their goal is to enrich students’ knowledge and critical thinking skills, encouraging them to become life-long learners and well-rounded citizens in their community.
The Sunnyside Micro-School educationally and emotionally supports gifted and twice-exceptional students as they develop their talents and abilities. This is accomplished by providing one-on-one educational coaching in the areas of math and language arts, offering an inclusive and compassionate Maker learning environment that values freedom, choice, and creativity.
At Sycamore School, they understand that gifted children need a special education, and their mission reflects their focus and drive. The school exists so that academically gifted students can experience the enriched, accelerated education they need to reach their full potential and to lead responsible, constructive, fulfilling lives.
An independent K-8th grade school in Menlo Park, CA, Synapse offers an innovative academic curriculum fully integrated with social emotional learning (SEL). The program is carefully designed as a model school to demonstrate the power of blending Six Seconds’ emotional intelligence programs with leading-edge instruction (brain-based, project driven, constructivist learning in school-wide themes).
The T.H. Rogers School in Houston, Texas offers elementary and middle school students the option of participating in their Vanguard magnet program. The term “Vanguard” is used synonymously with “gifted and talented.” The program is open to gifted students who excel intellectually and have strong creative and leadership abilities. Vanguard courses are designed to be appropriately challenging for the gifted learner and require higher levels of thinking than the general school program.
At the Talented and Gifted School for Young Scholars faculties, parents and students work together to prepare all students to excel in life and develop to their full potential, both intellectually and socially.
UNT’s Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science is the nation’s first early college entrance residential program for gifted high school students. Mentored by faculty at the University of North Texas, TAMS students tackle complex, real-world problems, working on solutions and breakthroughs in fields ranging from healthcare to energy consumption. TAMS serves as an important pipeline for STEM education, nurturing the next generation of innovators.
The 30th Avenue School, also known as Q300, is a progressive, citywide gifted and talented school designed for bright kids that highlights three core values: inclusion, inquiry and responsibility. Through the inclusion of diverse student identities, inquiry-based learning, and data-driven decision-making, they aim to graduate students who collaborate with others to ask meaningful questions, to solve complex problems, and to engage responsibly with their communities and beyond.
The Avery Coonley School is an independent school located in Downers Grove, Illinois, whose mission is to provide a learning environment that is appropriate for both academically bright and gifted children who are motivated to learn and have demonstrated the potential for the scholastic achievement necessary to succeed in a challenging academic program, in order that they may become positive, productive, and respectful members of society.
The Calais School is a New Jersey special education private school for students in grades K through 12 Plus with multiple learning disabilities as well as anxiety, mood, behavior and autism spectrum disorders. Students are referred to The Calais School by school districts, health professionals, and concerned parents throughout northern New Jersey. They offer the only program for gifted and talented students with special needs in our Twice Exceptional Program, which has been recognized by the New Jersey School Boards Association (NJSBA) as one of the 10 best programs in the state.
The Dinoff School, recognizes that students who possess exceptional gifts and talents should be granted the direction, time, encouragement, and resources to maximize their potential, whether it be in the area of intellect, specific academics, creativity, or leadership. While a school for the gifted, the Dinoff School also has an emphasis on performing arts.
The Einstein Academy is dedicated to creating the ideal environment for the academically talented. They offer an accelerated curriculum, small class sizes, a nurturing atmosphere, fabulous enrichment opportunities, individualized learning, and more. Einstein Academy implements an individualized and nurturing program that provides gifted and talented students with skills and knowledge necessary to become productive members of society and lifelong learners.”
Evergreen is an extended community of deeply engaged and proactive learners and citizens. The Evergreen curriculum is a collaboratively developed, continually updated, preschool through 8th grade journey specifically designed for highly capable students. Central to the program is the thorough integration of academics, social and emotional learning, and a proactive commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion at every grade level.
The Grayson School is Pennsylvania’s only independent school offering an accelerated academic program created specifically for gifted learners. Their innovative, research-based curriculum provides challenging academics, project-based learning, enrichment, and individualized pacing in a safe and nurturing environment for students in grades Pre-K through 10.
The High School for Math, Science and Engineering (HSMSE) at The City College of New York is a unique and unparalleled, collaborative, educational experience in which talented students are challenged to expand their intellect and to develop the habits of inquiry, expression, critical thinking, problem seeking as well as problem solving, research and presentation. The academically rigorous learning environment will focus on math, science and engineering while emphasizing civic responsibility and the value of knowledge for its own intrinsic reward.
The Lang School offers high potential, gifted, and twice exceptional (2E) learners in grades 1-12 a child-centered, STEM- and STEAM-driven education informed by the ethics and poetics of the humanities. Curious young minds thrive here — perhaps for the first time — learning at their level with affinity and ability peers in small classes of no more than 12 students. Specially trained educators differentiate the content and delivery of our flexibly standards-based academics, so every student receives an education that fits.
The Liberty School is an independent elementary school. The hallmarks of the school’s scholastic program are a customized curriculum for each child, one-on-one instruction, and progressive approaches to teaching. Their mission is to provide individualized, dynamic education for dyslexic, academically gifted, and twice-exceptional (both dyslexic and gifted) students.
The Logan School for Creative Learning is a progressive school for the gifted in Denver, Colorado. They offer a dynamic curriculum that teaches the way children learn by giving them hands-on experiences fueled by their own curiosities. Their mission is to provide an experience-based educational opportunity for gifted children of all backgrounds that allow each child to develop individually to his or her full potential.