Gifted and Talented Learners

How can we help them succeed?

What does it mean to be gifted?

Students who are gifted demonstrate exceptional aptitude in one or more academic areas, including reading, writing, math, and science. They may also show advanced skill in verbal communication, leadership skills, high levels of creativity, and unusual artistic or musical abilities.

How Can We Challenge Gifted Students Within the Traditional Classroom?

Encourage deeper thinking and foster problem-solving skills through collaboration and open-ended learning activities, such as experiments, independent projects, vertical enrichment, and opportunities for research and sharing. Gifted students thrive when they discover new information, and other students can benefit from them sharing what they have learned.

Enrichment Activities for Gifted Students

Because Neglecting The Gifted Means Kissing Our Future Goodbye

Nurturing Future Leaders

Some of the most memorable and influential leaders, inventors, activists, and innovators have been gifted individuals who rose to meet their potential. Don't our children deserve to be counted among them?

Help them Unleash Their Brainpower!

Offer after school or weekend activities, workshops, and summer enrichment programs at little to no cost for participants. Organizations such as PTA, along with fundraising and donations from community resources can help cover the costs associated with these programs.