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Twelve Cost Effective Educational Options for Serving Gifted Students

This article provides steps that schools and educators can take to help gifted children stay focused and achieve at higher levels. In addition, these steps can be taken by schools that want their students…

Gifted Resources

List of Scholarships for Teens

This state-specific list of scholarships is geared towards teens, especially those interested in applying for our THINK Summer Institute.

Gifted Testing and Identification

Tips for Parents: Individual Assessment of Gifted Children

This Tips for Parents article is from a seminar hosted by Dr. Edward R. Amend. The article is in Q&A format and covers a variety of of topics related to gifted assessment. What is…

Gifted Resources

Extreme Intelligence in Toddlers and Preschoolers FAQ

Common Questions on Extreme Intelligence Below, you’ll find common questions about early signs of extreme intelligence in young children. We’ve provided links that will send you to various parts of this page. You can…

Gifted Resources

List of Scholarships for Younger Students

This state-specific list of scholarships is geared toward younger gifted students.  

Gifted Programs

Gifted Distance Learning Schools and Programs

Below is an alphabetical listing of highly gifted distance learning schools and programs. Gifted students can use these online options to enrich their education or enroll in fulltime online programming. 21st Century Cyber Charter…

Social and Emotional Resources

Gifted Friendships: Age Mate Vs. True Peer

As a parent of a highly gifted child, have you ever felt like you were talking to a mini adult? Many gifted students tend to grasp advanced concepts, participate in conversations well beyond their…

Highlights from Expert Series

The Mental Health Crisis

The following article shares highlights and insights from one of our Expert Series events, which are exclusive for Young Scholars and their parents. Long before the pandemic and quarantine, anxiety and depression were on the rise…

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