We are now accepting referrals for the Gifted and Talented Program for students in first - twelve grade. Referral forms are available at the link below or on your child's campus.
Nominated students will participate in a screening and assessment process and must meet eligibility requirements for GT services.
Referral forms are due by October 7, 2022 to be considered for the fall testing window.
Advanced AcademicsGifted and Talented Program
Welcome to the Lake Worth ISD Gifted and Talented Program Homepage. Lake Worth ISD is committed to empowering all learners to become leaders who discover their future and prepare for success through personalized learning opportunities and meaningful connections.
A continuum of services is provided for students in grades kindergarten through twelve who are identified for gifted and talented services. Gifted and talented students are recommended to be clustered together with other gifted and academically advanced students in classrooms with teachers meeting state GT training requirements who differentiate the LWISD curriculum. Gifted and talented students are provided opportunities to work independently, with other identified gifted students, and with peers throughout the instructional day.
The goals of the Lake Worth ISD Gifted and Talented program support the skills, habits, and character of the LWISD Portrait of a Graduate. These goals include:
- Develop selfless Leadership practices emphasizing collaborative decision making processes resulting in influential change.
- Approach complex problems as a critical thinker with an open-mind in order to generate Innovative and adaptable solutions.
- Recognize that Focus is necessary to stay motivated and determined to achieve self-driven goals.
- Become a resilient, independent, and confident self-directed learner Empowered to create a successful future for myself and others.