Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University Offers Unique Summer Opportunities for Gifted Students

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Looking for summer learning opportunities for your academically gifted child? The Summer Program at Northwestern University's Center for Talent Development offers children in PreK through grade 12 the the opportunity to participate in enrichment, honors and Advanced Placement courses in a fun and motivating environment. A variety of programs are available at locations throughout the Chicago area.

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My favorite part was every day because I always learned something new and had fun.

The Center for Talent Development’s Summer Program has gained global recognition as a premiere learning and life-changing experience for gifted students age 4 through grade 12.

The Summer Program challenges gifted and talented young people through fast-paced enrichment, honors and Advanced Placement® courses offered in a supportive environment. It is designed to meet the unique learning needs of academically gifted students, helping them discover and develop their potential.

The program is available in 1, 2 and 3-week sessions, includes residential and commuter options, offers unique service-learning programs (grades 7-12), and promotes challenge and learning enhanced by friendship and fun.

Check out what former students have to say and why they think other students should participate: http://www.ctd.northwestern.edu/summer/join-us/.

NEW IN 2012

  •     Innovative Creative Studies offerings
  •     Second program site for grades 4-6 in Elmhurst, Illinois
  •     Expanded three-week enrichment courses for grades 7-8
  •     New subjects, new courses, new cutting-edge experiences for all age groups

Financial aid and scholarships are available.

Visit the website for information and online application: http://www.ctd.northwestern.edu/summer.

Center for Talent Development is part of the School of Education and Social Policy at Northwestern University. It is led by nationally recognized scholar Dr. Paula Olszewski-Kubilius and has served over 500,000 gifted students, their families and educators since its establishment in 1982.

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