- Mark your calendars! The Saturday Workshop Spring 2015 Session begins March 7th and will run through May 23rd. Registration will begin in February (exact date will be announced at the end of January). Our new spring curriculum will be posted on our website. Please join us for an educational and inspiring spring!
- For those of you making summer plans: our Summer Super Stars Camp 2015 will run from June 29th through August 7th (Session A, June 29th - July 17th and Session B, July 20th - August 7th). We will announce our exciting new curriculum in February, with registration to follow. We are looking forward to having your child(ren) join us for another fabulous summer!
- For Potential New Members: To determine eligibility for entry to The Gifted Child Society, we offer the service of onsite intelligence testing for a fee. Please contact the TGCS office at (201) 444-6530 to schedule an appointment.
- The Gifted Child Society has many exciting things planned for 2015. We look forward to seeing you and your child(ren) this year!
- Jim Delisle - Parenting Precocious Kids
TGCS Student Wins National Competition
8 Year old, TGCS member student, Mark Leschinsky, has won the National Museum of Education sponsored competition for “Student Ideas For A Better America” with his invention of a “Self-Disinfecting Hazmat Suit” for healthcare workers that treat Ebola patients. We hope he inspires other children to attain their dreams also! Way to go Mark, congratulations! FULL STORY
Andy Lukac Honored for 57 Years of Service
Andy Lukac with D'Arcy Natale and Bobbi Zientek FULL STORY
The Gifted Child Society is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1957 by parents of New Jersey to further the cause of gifted children. To achieve its mission, The Gifted Child Society is committed to providing the following:
- Superior programming and experiential opportunities for gifted children, to equip them with the means necessary to enjoy a full and productive life.
- Extraordinary support services and resources for families of gifted children, for all developmental stages.
- Cutting-edge professional training opportunities and support for educators and administrators, to ensure early identification and the best possible learning environments and opportunities within school districts, to meet the needs of these unique children.
- Conspicuous and dedicated advocacy of gifted children throughout local, state and federal venues to ensure public recognition, acceptance and timely responsiveness to their unique needs.
Since 1957, the Society has served over 60,000 children and their families. In 1975, the U.S. Department of Education named it a national demonstration model.