• Gifted Education


    Elementary

    The goal of the PACE Program is to meet the unique needs of intellectually and academically gifted students. Using State of Illinois guidelines and District 200 criteria, students are identified to participate in the PACE Program, which offers daily instruction in mathematics and/or reading to students in grades three, four and five.

     
    Middle

    The goal of the PACE Program is to meet the unique needs of intellectually and academically gifted students. Using State of Illinois guidelines and District 200 criteria, students are identified to participate in the PACE Program, which offers daily instruction in mathematics and/or language arts to students in grades six, seven and eight.

     
    High

    Many high school courses are appropriate for intellectually and academically gifted students, including Advanced Level courses and Advanced Placement courses. Placement for these courses is based on criteria established by the high schools. Please refer to the high school course catalog and Guidance Offices for more information on these programs and placement guidelines. Advanced Placement courses offered at the high schools include: AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Computer Programming A, AP English, AP European History, AP Government and Politics, AP Psychology, AP Statistics and AP U.S. History.

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