Re-Architecting Adolescence: The Case for Play
At next week’s National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) conference in Philadelphia, The Grayson School will demonstrate what happens when a vanguard team of architects and educational psychologists collaborate to research, design, and execute a new model to meet the deep social and imaginative needs of adolescents at play.
Our Gifted Blog
Self-Concept and the Courage to be Gifted
Throughout a lifetime of internal and external conflicts, we undergo a complex process of self-discovery that creates our idea of who we are: our self-concept. Our school counselor, Josh Clemmons discusses the internal and external factors that can affect your gifted child, and provides a few tips for supporting your gifted child.
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The Grayson School publishes Gray Matters, a monthly newsletter for the broader gifted education community with articles, new research, opportunities, and networking events to support you in the academic and social-emotional needs of these incredible children.
Pennsylvania’s only independent, non-profit school created specifically for gifted learners in grades Pre-K through 12.
- innovative, research-based curriculum
- challenging academics and project-based learning
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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 17.
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.