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Disclaimer: Listings of resources on the GAGC website do not indicate either knowledge of or an endorsement of any organization, company, or individual.


  1. Georgia Women of Achievement
  2. MENSA
  3. National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC)
  4. State Gifted Associations
  5. World Council for Gifted and Talented Children

College/University Programs

  1. Ashland University Talent Development Program
  2. Brenau Early College Program
  3. Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University
  4. College of William & Mary's Center for Gifted Education
  5. Gifted Education Resource Institute (GERI) at Purdue University
  6. Institute for the Academic Advancement of Youth at Johns Hopkins University
  7. Michigan State University, GATE,
  8. Southern Polytechnic State University
  9. The College Board
  10. The Connie Belin and Jacquline N. Blank International Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development (University of Iowa)
  11. The University of Missouri Center for Distance and Independent Study
  12. University of Georgia Gifted Program
  13. Western Kentucky University, The Center for Gifted Studies,


Enrichment/Academic Opportunities/

  1. Academic Decathlon
  2. Destination Imagination
  3. Future Problem Solving Program
  4. Georgia Future Problem Solving Program
  5. Khan Academy 
  6. Mathcounts
  7. Odyssey of the Mind
  8. Science Olympiad 
  9. Science-by-Mail
  10. Stock Market Game
  11. Torrance Legacy Creative Writing Awards


  1. Advanced Academy of Georgia State University of West Georgia
  2. American Computer Experience (Emory University & Georgia Tech, as well as other sites). Ages 7 to 16.
  3. Aviation Challenge or Space Camp, Huntsville, Alabama, or Titusville, Florida. For ages 9-18 (plus family programs)
  4. Camp Invention, metro Atlanta public school sites, including 3 in Atlanta, 2 in Roswell, and 1 in Alpharetta.
  5. Carlos Museum at Emory
  6. Center for Creative Learning, Inc.
  7. Chattahoochee Nature Center
  8. College Board Advanced Placement Program
  9. Davidson Institute for Talent Development
  10. Duke University Talent Identification Program
  11. Dunwoody Nature
  12. Fernbank Museum of Natural History/Science Center
  13. Georgia Governor's Honors Program
  14. Georgia Tech CEISMC
  15. Institute for the Academic Advancement of Youth at Johns Hopkins University
  16. International Baccalaureate Organization
  17. MidSummer Macon, Wesleyan College, Macon, GA
  18. Spruill Arts Center  
  19. Summer Camp for Academically Talented Middle School Students, The Center for Gifted Studies, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY.- For rising 7th, 8th, and 9th graders, SCATS and VAMPY
  20. Summer Enrichment Program for Gifted & Talented Youth, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
  21. Summer Institute for the Gifted (SIG)  or call (866)303-4744.
  22. The Center for Gifted Education at William and Mary
  23. The Summer Gifted Studies Program, The University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS. For grades four through eight
  24. The Torrance Center for Creative Studies
  25. Vanderbilt Program for Talented Youth
  26. Zoo Atlanta


  1. Gifted Child Quarterly
  2. Parenting for High Potential
  3. Roeper Review


  1. Council for Exceptional Children
  2. Federal legislation concerning gifted education NAGC link
  3. GA Department Of Education Gifted Page/Rule 160-4-2-.38 -
  4. Gifted Resource Center of New England
  5. GT World  
  6. Hoagies Gifted Education Page
  7. Jacob K. Javits Gifted and Talented Education Program
  8. National Research Center on Gifted and Talented at the University of Virginia
  9. National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented
  10. National Society for the Gifted and Talented
  11. Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory
  12. Talent and Diversity: The Emerging World of Limited English Proficient Students in Gifted Education

Programming Standards

Convention Downloads

    1. Formative Assessment, Descriptive Feedback, and Summative Judgement (PPT)
    2. Taking Risks (PPT)
    3. Teaching Gifted or Advanced Students (PPT)
    1. Encouraging Social Emotional (PDF)
    2. Executive Functions and Advanced Gifted (PDF)
    3. A Nation Deceived (PDF)