Gifted and TalentedSecondary GT Program
All GT middle school and high school students are required to enroll in at least one Honors or AP or Pre-AP course each year and are encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities in their areas of strength and interest.
The AP Program allows students to participate in college level courses and potentially earn college credit while still attending high school. The Pre-AP Program serves as a preparatory program designed to provide students with the necessary skills to be successful in AP courses. In addition to 30 hour of Gifted and Talented professional development, AP teachers attend professional development in their specified content areas.
Credit-by- Exam for Acceleration and Dual Enrollment courses are further options for secondary gifted students to earn credit through accelerated and/or enriched study.
Distinguished Achievement Plan Diploma
Gifted and advanced learners can consider the Distinguished Achievement Plan (DAP) high school diploma. The DAP requires rigorous coursework and the completion of four advanced measures. High School students are encouraged to speak with their counselors for more information on the DAP diploma.