Three-week summer programs for gifted and talented students ages 9-17* providing instruction in over 60 exciting and challenging STEAM, humanities, and fitness courses.
Students may choose to live on campus (Residential option) or commute daily (Day option or Day + Evenings & Saturdays option).
*ages vary by campus
Three-week summer program offering both full day and half day options.
Multidisciplinary courses are taught at levels appropriate for gifted and academically talented students who are ages 5-12. Students interact with other kids who love learning.
SIG offers Summer Online programs, where students enjoy innovative online courses
in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) from the comfort of their own home.
Session 1 Dates: June 7 - June 25
(Ages: 11-17 years)
Session 2 Dates: June 28 - July 16
(Ages: 5-17 years)
Session 3 Dates: July 19 - August 6 9
(Ages: 5-17 years)
3-week online enrichment programs for gifted, academically talented, and creative students
A leader in gifted education since 1984, the Summer Institute for the Gifted (SIG) provides academic summer programs for academically talented children ages 5-17.
Through more than 35 years of experience, SIG has crafted a 3-week program that combines challenging academics with social, cultural, and recreational opportunities that enrich children’s natural talents and abilities, as well as nurture their social development.
The SIG STEAM+ curriculum focuses on applying creative thinking across multiple disciplines to solve real-world problems. Through an innovative curriculum that spans all facets of STEAM, plus humanities and fitness, SIG challenges students to utilize knowledge of different disciplines to discover creative solutions. At SIG, we encourage students to explore their interests while introducing them to new and intriguing topics. Students gain strong research and creative problem-solving skills vital to college and professional careers.
The SIG STEAM+ curriculum offers 80+ exciting courses in science, technology, engineering, arts, math, humanities, and fitness.