• R.E.A.C.H. 2015-2016 - Regional Activities for Children with High Abilities


    The annual New Jersey Association of Gifted Children R.E.A.C.H. events will once again take place throughout the state on various Saturday mornings. This event has been very successful for the past three years. The day consists of educational and challenging activities for students, along with informative workshops for parents and educators.  Stay tuned to the NJAGC site for upcoming areas and dates.

    Summer Institute for the Gifted


    SIG Beyond Fall 2015 Online Learning Program - Experience a SIG Program from Home! 

    The SIG Online Learning Program is a unique 8-week online course that allows students ages 7-14 to engage in thought-provoking topics, as well as connect with peers from around the world, all from the convenience of home. 

    Program Details: All courses run for 8 weeks.  Students typically spend 3-5 hours per week on course assignments.  Eligibility: Open to students who have been identified for a gifted and talented program or who can demonstrate eligibility for any SIG program.  See course descriptions here.

      Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth


    Whether in a Talent Search experience, or a CTYOnline class any time of year, or shared learning in our shorter Family Programs, CTY is where young talent thrives.  Click here for more detailed information about their many programs available throughout the year!

    Montclair State University - Academically Gifted and Talented Youth Program


    Established in 1981, Montclair State’s Academically Gifted and Talented Youth Program provides engaging courses designed to meet the unique intellectual and social needs of high-ability students.  Gifted students in grades K-11 have an opportunity to enroll in courses delivered over nine weekends in the fall and spring, as well as a six-week summer camp.  

    Davidson Institute Young Scholars Program


    http://www.davidsongifted.org/youngscholars/  The Davidson Young Scholars Program provides FREE services designed to nurture and support profoundly gifted young people. Students and their parents receive assistance in the following areas: 

    Northwestern University Center for Talent Development: Gifted LearningLinks


    The Gifted LearningLinks Program (GLL), offered by Northwestern University’s Center for Talent Development, combines gifted education expertise with advanced technology to provide an exceptional online experience at a pace that is convenient to you.
    We offer engaging online courses -- enrichment, honors or AP® -- for gifted and talented students in kindergarten through grade 12. Eligible home schooled, elementary, middle or high school students can accelerate and broaden their knowledge base any time and any place. GLL courses provide rigorous, individualized instruction helping gifted students to achieve their educational goals. http://www.ctd.northwestern.edu/gll/

    MIT Open Courseware


    OCW makes the materials used in the teaching of MIT's subjects available on the Web.


    McCarter Theater First Stage Program


    At First Stage, we focus on each student’s personal and artistic growth. Through the art of theater, we foster the development of social skills, self-confidence, team work, commitment, empathy, and the courage to take risks in a safe environment. First Stage students have the opportunity to work with professional artists, directors, and educators who encourage exploration and teach theater fundamentals to the interests and abilities of each student. Our goal is to create an inclusive community where students and their families forge a lifelong investment in the arts. Whether your student has years of theater experience or is investigating theater for the first time, we hope you will join us and become part of the First Stage family. We promise a theatrical and fun-filled year!


    Science Seeds

    Science is the disciplined application of curiosity. scienceSeeds reinforces children’s natural curiosity and creates an on-going dialogue between children and their peers, parents and teachers. We gently help children organize their investigations to achieve interesting and consistent results (which is the goal of "the scientific methods") while encouraging creative thinking and unorthodox solutions. scienceSeed's activities provide fun experiences grounded in the process of scientific discovery and discourse.  More information here:  http://scienceseeds.com/index.php