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TAG Students: Ready, Set, Go!

We are now accepting Applications for Summer Camp Scholarships

Click here for the 2014 Application Form.
Entries must be postmarked by March 24, 2014. No exceptions.

Georgia Association for Gifted Children Presents:

Second Annual GAGC Parent Day

  • Sunday, March 9, 2014 from 2:00 - 5:00 PM

  • at The Foundry Park Inn & Spa in Athens GA

Learn more about how to register. Registration is limited to 150 participants.

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Help Your Gifted Learner Navigate the Internet

Thanks to our friends at SENG for posting this very timely article by Stacia Taylor and Krissy Venosdale on their website.
Click here to read.

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Leadership Change at FCSG

Effective December 4, 2013 Edward Svitil has stepped down as President. Ed has been an asset to this organization and in his tenure made great strides for FCSG. The FCSG Board would like to thank him for all that he has done and wish him great success in his future endeavors.

Based on the current FCSG By-Laws, Jennifer Thompson will assume the role as interim president until a permanent president has been elected in late spring.

Read about Jennifer's vision here.

How to tell if your school-age child is gifted?


Is your child bored in school because the work is too easy?Is she reading well beyond the level of other kids her age? If so, you may want to find out whether your child is academically gifted.

Some children exhibit signs of exceptional intellectual ability at a young age, but most aren't recognized until they begin school. So how can you tell? Read more...

FCSG's Lecture Series on YouTube

Watch Susan Fisher presenting a variety of technology that can be used in your child/student's 21st century classroom.

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Saturday School Next Session is Here!


Georgia State University's Saturday School teaches a variety of enrichment classes, ranging from the fine and applied arts to math and science, designed to challenge participants at all levels (K- 8th grade). Learn more...

How and why do gifted services vary?


And what the consequences of poor or missing service can be? Interested? Read this article from Education Week.