Tuesday, May 30, 2017


Information on Illinois University Sponsored Gifted Programs for Kids

Celebrating 2011
See student projects - (pdf)

Carol Morreale Student Scholarship - (pdf)
BYTES Power Smarts - Free resources for elementary age children
Center for Talent Development, NU

Center for Gifted at Northern Illinois University

CLEP - Students can earn college credit for what they already know by getting qualifying scores in the College Board's College-Level Examination Program
College of DuPage Kids & Teens on Campus Summer Programs
Davidson Academy

Davidson Institute Summer Programs

Online brochures




Summer Program Options for Gifted Students

It may be the middle of winter, but it is time to start thinking about summer program options (if you haven't already)! Summer programs for gifted students are available across the country. Program themes range from science and mathematics to music and outdoor activities. See these Davidson Gifted Database articles for some excellent summer options:
Residential summer programs
Day camp summer programs
Summer programs listed by topics of interest
To browse a more complete list of summer programs in the Davidson Gifted Database, click here and see the summer program information below for THINK, Epsilon and Delta, and RSI. Please note application deadlines.

Destination ImagiNation
Free online courses from leading universities

Future Problem Solving Program

Geocaching: The sport for gifted kids of all ages

Gifted Education Resource Institute at Purdue University
Hoagies Gifted

Johns Hopkins University
Karnes Youth Services
Kid's Philosophy Slam
Gifted Learning Links
It's Okay to Be Smart

Michigan State UIniversity Gifted and Talented Education

NAGC: Myths about gifted students

National History Bee

North Central College Lederman Scholar's Program

NUMATS, Northwestern University's Midwest Academic Talent Search Test Dates
Odyssey of the Mind
On Being Gifted - (YouTube video produced for IAGC and SENG)
Scholar Search Associates - schools and free programs for gifted and motivated students
Student Survivor's Guide to School - "A+" by Lindsey Maxon, Nov/Dec 2009, Mensa Bulletin - (pdf)

Rockford's Emily Bear video