Gifted/Talented and Advanced Academic Services
Students who enter our campuses "ready to go" either as experts or other advanced learners will find choices that support annual academic growth. The G/T & AAS program seeks to find areas of student strength and accomplishment and provides services that encourage a year of growth for each year of school. The Midland ISD Board of Trustees approved provisions for elementary G/T services is QUEST for Kindergarten and GEM at Carver Center for grades 1-6. A talent readiness program, Project THINK, is provided at each elementary campus to aid students who may qualify for GEM at the end of first grade. Secondary campuses provide designated G/T sections in advanced studies on each campus to include but not be limited to College Board AP© courses as well as courses in preparation for AP© courses, dual credit courses, PSAT and SAT preparation, Academic Decathlon, and others which are determined to be beneficial to the unique populations served.