SIG offers summer programs for gifted middle and high school students in grades 6 to 11 providing instruction in over 60 exciting and challenging multi-curricular, arts, and recreational courses. Our proprietary STEAM+ Courses are taught at levels appropriate for gifted students in grades 6-11 and students are grouped with like-age and ability peers. Students participate in course subjects covering humanities, mathematics, sciences, technology, and multi-disciplinary courses that bring multiple subjects to the classroom.
Students may choose to:
Commuter students can also expand their campus experience by adding evening activities or Saturday options.
On weekends, residential students participate in a variety of activities (Sunday Activity Day, local community events, and extended evening programs) that provide a change of pace and further enrichment for each student.
SIG gave me the opportunity to choose classes that I was interested in, not just ones that I was required to take. In smaller classes, SIG also provided a more personal learning environment than my regular high school. I was able to meet people from all around the world through SIG. I keep in touch with friends that live in Ethiopia, Jamaica, and South Korea, just to name a few. I never would've had the opportunity to connect with these people if it weren't for SIG.Amy, SIG Student
See locations below for detailed information.
Please Note: Enrolled students in SIG middle and high school programs are expected to bring a laptop device for academic courses for optimal course engagement. Use of technology devices in courses are actively monitored by instructional staff to complement learning opportunities. Laptop devices are required for enrollment in Creative Engineering and Robotics (grades 6-8) and AI Robotics: Machine Learning and Programming (grades 9-11). More information on technology specifications for these technology courses are available in the course descriptions.
*grades vary by campus
Courses are selected by grade completed prior to the summer session.