Welcome TAG Teachers and Families and Students!

We are parents and educators advocating for gifted education in Fulton County, GA.


Join or Renew Now through December 21, 2014 for the Fall Membership Drive.

Every 10 members who sign up (new or renew gets your TAG department chair $50 bonus from FCSG)


    Benefits of FCSG Membership

  • Automatic Membership to GAGC (Georgia Association of the Gifted Child) and access to GAGC resources including informative webinars for teachers and parents
  • Invitation to FCSG Lecture Series
  • Member-only Student Summer Camp Scholarship Opportunities
  • Member-only Teacher Grant Opportunities for Classroom materials
  • ember-only Teacher Grant Opportunities for Free Registration to the annual GAGC Conference

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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.

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.