Gifted and talented students may benefit from enrichment, acceleration, homeschooling, private schools, microschools, or any combination of these.
Enrichment may be provided in school, and/or students may choose to participate in private enrichment program. These programs do not replace a child’s regular school day; they provide students with the opportunity to learn “other” topics and skills not normally covered in school.
Microschools, private schools, and homeschooling are options for students that find the traditional school environment is not working for. Homeschooling and microschools provide the greatest flexibility for gifted students.
Qualification requirements for gifted and talented programs vary by program. For information on the identification of gifted students, click here.