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Last Chance to Register!

There are a few spots remaining in our summer camp programs that begin the week of June 17.

Gifted Resources

Whether or not your child is a student at Grayson, the process of meeting a gifted child’s needs can feel overwhelming. These resources can help to understand, support, and advocate for your academically gifted child.

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Acceleration Institute

Information for educators, parents, policymakers, and researchers of the research and best practices concerning academic acceleration.
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Davidson Institute

A robust organization that provides a community, opportunities, and resources for profoundly gifted young people and their families.

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The National Association for Gifted Children provides resources for parents, educators, and advocates for gifted children.

Our Gifted Blog

Our blog shares gifted issues, resources and research, project-based learning experiences from our classrooms, parent perspectives, and school news.

Gray Matters newsletter

The Grayson School publishes Gray Matters, a seasonal e-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.


The Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship for Exceptional Children

Merit-based, need-blind scholarships for gifted middle and high school students.

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarships

Financial and academic support for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students designed to encourage and support outstanding students who work hard and have financial need.

Davidson Fellows Scholarships

The Davidson Institute awards $50,000, $25,000 and $10,000 Davidson Fellows scholarships to gifted and high-achieving students, 18 years old or under, who have completed a significant piece of work.