Understanding the Intrinsic Intensity of the Gifted Child
Our school counselor, Josh Clemmons shares how giftedness is a holistic phenomenon that affects the entire life experience of the individual in every way, and the importance of fostering a culture of responsibility among our students, to be mindful of themselves, to solve their own problems, and to take pride in themselves for doing so!
Our Gifted Blog
Who are your role models? A few of our teachers share theirs.
Jill Williford Wurman, our Director of Research turned to our teachers for this month’s Hoagies’ Gifted blog post to share their thoughts on having — or being — role models. They describe people who really see you, who get who you actually are and who you are trying to become, and help you along the pathway to realizing that self.
Spend a learning-filled morning with experts in giftedness while our teachers provide brain-powered activities for your kids. All are welcome – bring a friend!
Saturday, January 26, 2019
8:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon
Pennsylvania’s only independent, non-profit school created specifically for gifted learners in grades Pre-K through 10.
- innovative, research-based curriculum
- challenging academics and project-based learning
- individualized pacing and enrichment
- safe and nurturing environment.
We are passionate about developing the unlimited potential of each of our students for endless possibilities in their lives.
Saturday and Summer Enrichment For All Gifted Learners in the Greater Philadelphia Region!
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.