27 Mar 2012

Johns Hopkins Center for Gifted and Talented Youth (CTY)

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Congratulations to Wyatt and Helena, Stamford American students from Grade 3, who have both been accepted into the Johns Hopkins Center for Gifted and Talented Youth. CTY is a world leader in the identification and development of academic talent among K-12 students in the US and worldwide. Upon recommendation from their classroom teacher, Wyatt and Helena's parents registered them online to take the required SCAT test for the International Talent Search. Both students were successful and are now qualified to take online Johns Hopkins advanced academic courses. An affiliation with CTY adds a whole new dimension to an academically talented students' education, from testing and discovery, through course work and other resources designed to help top students achieve their dreams. We're proud of you, Wyatt and Helena!






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