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Home School Programs for Gifted Children

Gifted home school programs

These programs cater to the needs of gifted and talented youngsters that are homeschooling or need additional educational support. They frequently require qualifying results of IQ or other testing. The Gifted home school programs are fast-paced, and intended for highly motivated students.

Accelerated Christian Education
Accelerated Christian curriculum and support distance learning program. ACE is also known as the School of Tomorrow.


Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University
Specializes in gifted education and provides programs for gifted students during both the school year and summer. Additionally, we conduct research on gifted students and their needs. We are going to offer accelerated summer courses online for the first time in 2005.

Education Program for Gifted Youth (EPGY) at Stanford University (Next Generation)
Our courses are specially designed to meet the unique needs of advanced learners and those seeking the peak of academic excellence. Our K-12 courses in Mathematics, Language Arts, Science and Computer Programming feature a combination of multimedia instruction and automated assessment of student work to provide students with a highly-personalized, self-paced learning experience.

EPGY Online High School
Stanford’s Online High School is a fully accredited, diploma granting, online independent school situated at Stanford University. Serving grades 7–12, the OHS prepares students from around the world for success both in life and in their future intellectual pursuits.

GHF Online
Welcome to GHF Online, an online education program from Gifted Homeschoolers Forum geared to the needs and interests of gifted students. Our small online classes provide abundant opportunities for interaction between students and instructors. Our classes offer students the opportunity to learn advanced, interdisciplinary content without being overburdened by heavy workload demands. GHF Online is 2e-friendly and willing to work with you to make reasonable accommodations for your child’s individual needs.

HP Telementor Program
Hewlett-Packard supports 5th – 12th grade students and college students from public, private and home school environments to excel in math, science and career planning. Project-based studies supported by email. No cost, but must apply and be accepted. International.

Irish Centre For Talented Youth
Fast paced programs for gifted and talented youth. Program through John Hopkins University in Dublin.

Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth
Many services for academically talented students in grades 2-8, including assessment of mathematical and verbal reasoning abilities, recognition of academic excellence, fast-paced academic programs (both residential and distance-learning formats), and conferences.



Trent Academy
Trent is a computerized, internet-based, world-wide-web, classroom. Has special programs to assist homeschool families with gifted and talented children. Refuses to recognize accreditation agencies. HSLDA affiliated.

Micro-Schools: Creating Personalized Learning on a Budget (Perspective in Gifted Homeschooling) (Volume 9)
by Jade Rivera, Sarah J Wilson (Editor)
Gifted and twice-exceptional students often struggle to fit in traditional classrooms, and homeschooling isn’t always an option. Enter Micro-Schools: an educational option bridging the gap. Micro-schools offer personalized learning in a school setting led by instructors who understand the nuances and needs of gifted and 2e kids. Starting your own micro-school may seem daunting, but a successful micro-school doesn’t require a huge budget or the latest “everything.” Instead, it requires a passionate individual at the helm. One like Jade Rivera, author of “Micro-Schools: Creating Personalized Learning on a Budget.” In her latest book, Jade shares her successes and challenges working in and starting micro-schools. She discusses how to organize your school, hire the best instructors, work with parents, create an open and accepting environment, and so much more. After reading Jade’s book, you’ll be inspired to get your own micro-school up and running, ready to serve the gifted and 2e students in your community.

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