High School Gifted and Talented Programs
High School Programs
Each high school has one G/T resource teacher and designated G/T content area teachers who coordinate the following program services.
Learn more about what the High School G/T Program has to offer.
G/T and Advanced Placement (AP) Courses
Every high school offers G/T and AP courses in English, science, mathematics, social studies, computer science, world language, art, and research. Included in the high school course selections are AP courses. Students who score well on an AP examination at the end of the course may be granted AP status or college credit upon entering a college or university. Students enroll in G/T and AP courses based on course prerequisites. A detailed description of specific G/T and AP courses and prerequisites can be found in High School Program of Studies. The Guidance Department at each school can also assist in registration for these courses.
G/T and AP Courses
Art II G/T, Art III AP, Art IV AP, Art History AP, Photography I G/T, Photography II AP, Photography III AP
Business and Computer Management Systems
Advanced Data Structures G/T, Advanced Object-Oriented Design G/T, Computer Science A – AP, Principles of Java Programming G/T, Computer Science Principles AP
Computer Integrated Manufacturing G/T, Digital Electronics G/T, Engineering Design and Development G/T
English 9 G/T, English 10 G/T, English 11 AP, English 12 AP, Humanities I G/T, Humanities II G/T, Humanities II AP G/T, Humanities IV AP G/T
Geometry G/T, Algebra II G/T, Business Calculus G/T, Calculus AB AP, Calculus C/Multivariate Calculus AP, Differential Equations G/T, Discrete Mathematics G/T, Statistics AP, Precalculus G/T
Band-Wind Ensemble/Marching G/T, Chamber Choir G/T, Concert Choir G/T, Music Theory II AP, String Orchestra G/T, Vocal Ensemble G/T
Biology G/T, Biology AP, Chemistry G/T, Chemistry AP, Environmental Science AP, Physics I AP, Physics II AP, Physics C: Mechanics AP, Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism AP
United States History G/T, United States History AP, World History AP, Comparative Government and Politics AP, European History AP, Government and Politics AP, Human Geography AP, Humanities I G/T, Humanities II G/T/AP, Humanities III AP, Humanities IV G/T, Microeconomics/Macroeconomics AP, Psychology AP
French V AP G/T, German IV AP G/T, Latin IV AP G/T, Spanish V AP G/T (Language), Spanish V AP G/T (Literature)
High School G/T Resource Teachers
View the contact list for all high school G/T Resource Teachers.