To provide, in addition to the regular school curriculum, a differentiated curriculum for identified students.
To provide appropriately differentiated student experiences to meet the cognitive, affective, and social needs of the identified GT students.
To develop awareness about the nature and needs of gifted/talented students among the student body, faculty, and community at large.
To provide for the educational needs of each identified student using resources available.
To provide gifted/talented students with opportunities to identify and to pursue advanced areas of study to whatever extent and depth their abilities and interests allow.
To help students develop creativity and critical thinking skills
To provide opportunities for students to learn about their own affective needs
To provide opportunities for students to become independent thinkers
To provide gifted/talented students with opportunities to be task-committed and motivated in work.
To present subject content that is related to broad-based issues, themes, or problems.
To integrate multiple disciplines into area of study.
To provide for the development of productive, complex, abstract, and high level thinking levels.
To provide for open-ended learning experiences.