For Students

Attention students and parents in the Capitol Region
Saturday Scholars Registration Form and Flier information:

Post-Registration FLYER

2014 Saturday Scholars Registration Form

Moody’s Mega Math Challenge

Click here for details: Moody’s Mega Math Challenge

Welcome to the Synergy Challenge

For Graduate Students

Participate in the National Association for Gifted Children, Research and Evaluation Network’s annual Graduate Student Research Gala. (If you’re a graduate student, then encourage yourself to participate!!!) Participation in this event provides an opportunity for graduate students to have their research showcased at NAGC’s National Convention this fall in Denver, Colorado as well as the potential for recognition and reward.

For specific guidelines for paper submissions and the judging criteria go to: Research Gala

If you have any questions about the Gala, please contact the Graduate Student Research Gala Chair, Dr. Angela Housand, at

College Admissions
Dr. Sandra Eller, a college admissions consultant and psychologist working with gifted and talented
students writes

“In the ever-changing college admissions landscape, students of many abilities can benefit from a close working relationship with an ally who can help them create the most compelling application for admission possible. Although many high school counselors are a great source of information and support, they often are limited in the time they are able to devote to each student.

The transition to college is often a time of turbulence in families. As teens strive to become independent of parents, they sometimes do so at the expense of ignoring parental wisdom. A competent educational consultant can ease family strain, allowing parents to “just be parents”, safe in the knowledge that a competent professional is carefully guiding their child through all steps of the college process:

* Identifying appropriate schools
* Maximizing the impact of college visits
* Creating a winning application (including essays and activities resumes)
* Perfecting interviewing skills
* Coaching for scholarship competitions
* Comparing and contrasting admissions offers and financial aid awards
* Making a “bound for success” college choice”

For more click on: College Application Help