What services are available for gifted students?
TIP’s 4th–6th Grade Talent Search
Participants in Duke TIP’s 4th–6th Grade Talent Search discover and explore their talents and interests through a variety of academic enrichment activities; gain a deeper understanding of their potential by taking the optional PSAT 8/9 as an above-level test; develop their critical and creative thinking skills by embracing the many activities, contests, and opportunities for learning provided by the program; and are recognized for their accomplishments. Enrolling in the 4th–6th Grade Talent Search enables students to apply for TIP’s online and residential educational programs, where they become part of a community of gifted peers who celebrate learning.
About TIP’s 7th Grade Talent Search
Duke TIP’s 7th Grade Talent Search helps academically talented students identify their strengths, develop their abilities and interests, and celebrate their achievements at a crucial time when they are forming their identities and looking ahead to the future. Participants learn about their strengths with an above-level test (either the ACT or SAT) and receive benefits like specialized publications and resources, educational guidance, recognition of their abilities, and academic challenges. Enrolling in the 7th Grade Talent Search is also the first step to attending TIP’s renowned online and face-to-face educational programs.
Riverview Elementary School: Karae’ Alfted and Travius Beale
Ahoskie Elementary School: Ayden Wilson, Jessica Pagola, Canasia Smallwood, Michael Williams, Noah Horton, Nacir Lewis, Ashtin Odom, Landon Thompson, Caden Woods
Hertford County Middle School: Alexandria Tripp, Jospeh Acosta, Nyrell Bowser, Jameson Brown, Jaelyn Sanders, Spence Clayton