Outside Resources

University of Virginia- Saturday Enrichment Program
The University of Virginia is pleased to announce the Saturday Enrichment Program for 2016. In coordination with the Curry School of Education Gifted Department, we are offering enrichment courses for gifted or high-ability, high-interest students in kindergarten through grade five. For over 30 years, we have presented courses which we hope your students will find truly engaging, challenging, and stimulating - courses which will broaden their academic interests and introduce them to topics and professional fields they may never have known about. Applications are now online at http://curry.virginia.edu/sep.

College of William and Mary
Center for Gifted Education
Programs for High-Ability Students
Website: http://cfge.wm.edu/k-12.htm
Students in Kindergarten through grade 9 may apply for enrollment in the Saturday/Summer Enrichment Program courses. These courses are offered each year at the College of William and Mary during winter, and summer sessions. This enrichment program enables students to explore specialized topics not typically studied in the regular classroom. In addition to the enrichment courses of the SEP Program, the Center offers a Focusing on the Future conference each January. This conference is a daylong career and academic planning event for high-ability students in grades 6-12 and their parents.

Virginia Association for the Gifted (VAG)

VAG is excited to announce that all of our awards applications are now available for online submission. The deadline for all submissions is Friday, March 31st. You can find information on the website at this direct link: http://www.vagifted.org/?page=Awards and/or the individual links below:

These awards are sponsored through VAG. Please see your gifted resource teacher if you have questions about this process.

Enrichment Programs and Opportunities in Virginia

Click here for a listing of programs

This list is maintained by the Virginia Association for the Gifted. Not all listed programs are specifically structured for gifted students. Some programs may have a cost associated with participation. Some programs may offer scholarships. Reference within this presentation to any specific commercial or non-commercial product, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer or otherwise does not constitute or imply an endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the Virginia Association for the Gifted or King George County Schools.

Websites and References

Virginia Association for the Gifted (VAG)
Educational opportunities for gifted students from VAG
National Association for Gifted Children
William and Mary- Center for Gifted Education
Virginia Department of Education (VDOE)
Virginia STEAM Academy- Summer Academy

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