SIG is the ultimate 3-wk summer program for gifted students. Great campuses and 30+ academic, performing arts and sports classes. Then show off your talent at the SIG Final Program!
SIG offers unique programming for gifted and talented students ages 4-18 during the summer and school year. Our current program offerings include:
SIG Summer Programs
SIG summer programs combine academics with social, cultural and recreational opportunities for a truly engaging summer. Programs are available for gifted students ages 4-18.
Three-week summer sessions for gifted students ages 9-17* held at some of the most prestigious campuses nationwide. A lower cost commuter option is available at most locations.
University Prep Residential Programs
Intensive three-week summer college prep program for gifted students ages 15-18* held at Yale University and the University of Chicago. Students prepare for the college admissions process and tour local college campuses.
Three-week summer sessions for gifted students ages 4-12 (ages vary by campus) wanting to participate in captivating courses built to enhance existing talents while remaining in the local community.
SIG Beyond Programs
Afterschool Programs, Saturday Programs and Weekend Workshops
SIG Beyond programs give students a chance to participate in gifted courses during the regular school year. Current programs are open for students in grades 1-7.
The SIG Beyond Online Learning Program is an exciting 10-week online program for Gifted and Talented students. These courses offer students curriculum beyond what is offered during the school day, are wide ranging in potential interest areas for individualized learning, and engage students in hands-on learning while applying school content through speaking, writing, researching, analyzing, reasoning and questioning.
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