Services for elementary and middle school students:
For gifted service in math, students are clustered into a mixed ability classroom, with other boys and girls gifted in mathematics, and taught daily by a gifted intervention specialist and/or a regular classroom teacher who has on-going professional development in gifted instruction. Students will be encouraged to think critically and apply strategies to real-world situations. Students will be exposed to differentiated instruction including curriculum compacting and problem-based learning.
For service in reading/writing, gifted students are clustered in a mixed ability classroom and taught daily by the gifted intervention specialist and/or a regular classroom teacher who has on-going professional development in gifted instruction. Students will have opportunities to think and write critically about what they read while strengthening their vocabulary.
Differentiated instruction addresses Ohio's learning standards while appropriately meeting the students' needs as gifted learners. This instruction includes pacing, breadth, and depth of concepts and skills.
Services for high school students:
- Students that are formally accelerated prior to entering high school have the opportunity to matriculate into the honors mathematics track culminating in AP Calculus during their senior year.
- Students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of CCP (College Credit Plus) courses at the high school in their area of gifted identification.
- Students have the opportunity to participate in a wide array of Honors and Advanced Placement courses in their area of identification at the high school.