Resource: Program for the Exceptionally Gifted (PEG) - Mary Baldwin College (Staunton, VA)
Website: Program for the Exceptionally Gifted (PEG) - Mary Baldwin College (Staunton, VA)
University: Mary Baldwin College
Description: Located in Stauton, Virginia on the campus of Mary Baldwin College, this unique all-girl school offers an opportunity for bright and accomplished young women to complete college during their high school years while living in a fully supervised residence hall. Prospective students can apply from their eighth-grade year and on. Students are accepted based on giftedness, consistent academic achievement and personal maturity.

Comments: Contributed by: Student on 9/3/2009
Having read all of the reviews on this site, I am quite appalled by many of the comments. Most of the comments are from recent graduates who may not actually be able enough to see the benefits that PEG can offer to their career. Going to PEG was one the best decisions I have ever made and it is a decision that I encourage everyone that is given the opportunity to consider.

Contributed by: Alumna (1998-2000) on 10/31/2004
I seriously forewarn those considering sending their daughters to PEG. I entered as a fourteen year old freshman in 1998, and I'm currently a law student. I have serious doubts that the program is working steadfastly and in the proper manner to educate bright young women. PEG is too huge a life change to be taken lightly, however, this seems to be the norm.

Contributed by: Parent on 5/10/2004
This program allows gifted girls to live with other young women and to pursue early entrance college.

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