Montgomery County School Magnet Programs for Highly Gifted Children
There are a variety of special programs to choose from for your child’s education in Montgomery County. Magnet programs are one popular option to enrich your child and in some cases specialize in a certain curriculum. You can also learn about other special school programs including Consortia.
If you want the best fourth and fifth grades for your third grader …
The Elementary Center Programs for the Highly Gifted take 4th and 5th graders beyond the standard curriculum with enriched mathematics, language arts, science, and social studies. The program, housed at Lucy V. Barnsley, Chevy Chase, Clearspring, Cold Spring, Dr. Charles Drew, Fox Chapel, Pine Crest, and Oak View Elementary Schools, focuses on critical thinking skills, problem-solving skills, and communication skills. Applicants undergo testing in school as well as a specialized application process after determining eligibility through testing scores. Students are picked up from central bus locations that may or may not be in their home neighborhood.
If you want the best middle school for your fifth grader …
Students can apply to one of two magnet programs:
Children must complete an in-depth application process, submit transcripts, and complete specific tests in order to be evaluated for acceptance. Students are picked up from central bus locations that may or may not be in their home neighborhood.
If you want the best high school for your eighth grader …
Apart from the large number of advanced programs, e.g. the Advanced Placement Power Scholars at Clarksburg High School, offered in various areas’ home high schools, gifted students can apply to one of four magnet programs from anywhere in Montgomery County:
Each program is highly competitive and requires in-depth testing and screening. Students are picked up from central bus locations that may or may not be in their home neighborhoods.
Although not technically one of the magnet programs, the fine-arts focused Visual Art Center in Albert Einstein High School in Kensington is also open to applications from students anywhere in the county. In addition to these magnet programs, certain high schools in Montgomery County have developed signature themes in which some or all students participate.
Call The Myers Team at 301-910-9910 if you would like more information about the Magnet programs in Montgomery County Maryland.
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