The whole reason to consider acceleration is to help students to be more challenged in school. If you missed our roundtable featuring Ann Shoplik-Lupkowski, here is a post she wrote for the Pennsylvania Association for Gifted Education (PAGE) website that you will find helpful.
Jill Williford Wurman, our Director of Research shares her perspective on ADHD and the misdiagnosis of gifted brains in a post featured in this month’s Hoagies’ Gifted Blog Hop. What if different thinking is not necessarily disordered thinking?
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We are passionate about developing the unlimited potential of each of our students for endless possibilities in their lives.
The Enrichment Center at The Grayson School offers unique courses for high-ability learners from all school and homeschool settings. Our Saturday and summer enrichment programs feature an ever-changing selection of topics for gifted learners ages 5 to 14.
Courses give students a chance to think critically, ask and answer difficult questions, solve problems, and stretch their minds. Our courses are not meant to supersede any academic program, but to provide gifted kids with the chance to have fun and explore topics of interest with their intellectual peers.