Hello, Educators Guild Members!
Do you have a student in your classroom who is working years beyond age peers in a particular subject? Do you have a neighboring middle school, high school, or college? If so, dual enrollment may be an option to consider for your gifted students. Dual enrollment occurs when a student is enrolled in two levels of schooling simultaneously. While the term is most commonly applied to high school students concurrently taking college courses, dual enrollment can also be a viable option for students of any age across the board, such as a 4th grader attending the middle school for 7th grade math and science, or a homeschool student attending the high school for AP Government and AP Chemistry. Application of credits varies depending on the state, district, and individual schools; however, it is a very cost effective way to challenge your brightest students.
Here are a few useful articles and resources on dual-enrollment. As always, if you have any questions or if we can help with implementation, please do not hesitate to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Davidson Institute Updates
2010 THINK Summer Institute Applications Available
Final application deadline March 31, 2010
To download an application or to learn more about THINK, please click here.
Davidson Young Scholar Applications Available
If you would like to learn more about the Young Scholars Program, or if you would like to download an application, click here.
Davidson Academy of Nevada 2010-2011 School Year
Extended application deadline: May 21
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