Education Program for Gifted Youth
Open House for Gifted Student Families
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Stanford School of Education Auditorium
485 Lasuen Mall
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Stanford University's Education Program for Gifted Youth (EPGY) has been serving high achieving and gifted students since 1985. Currently, over 10,000 students per year from over fifteen countries enroll in EPGY programs, and over 60,000 students have participated since its inception.
On Wednesday, November 17, 2010, experts from Stanford's Education Program for Gifted Youth (EPGY) will answer questions, share resources and information, and provide guidance to parents, teachers and administrators about issues and opportunities in gifted education.
EPGY Summer institutes are two-to-four-week residential programs that engage academically talented and motivated middle and high school students in intensive study of a single subject while allowing them to meet others who share their interests and abilities.
Year-round online tutor-supported courses for students in kindergarten through the university level in a variety of subjects, including mathematics, physics, literature and writing, computer science, and music. These computer-based courses give students the opportunity to take advanced courses regardless of where they live and without leaving their normal school environment, and they are easily incorporated into both home-based and school-based programs.
The EPGY Online High School is an accredited, diploma-granting independent school situated at Stanford University that serves students in grades 7 through 12. The EPGY Online High School provides a stimulating and challenging education that equips and inspires talented students to academic and professional success. It is implemented through a rigorous academic program and the substantial resources of Stanford University.
Through its School Programs EPGY works together with district and school administrators to provide fully-differentiated instruction in math (kindergarten through algebra) and language arts to meet the needs of the wide range of students at their schools.
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