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Gifted and Talented

Last Updated: 9/14/2021 6:21 PM

WHSD Gifted and Talented Education

Woodland Hills Gifted Programs cover all academic disciplines and are designed to address learning needs that gifted students frequently encounter. Each program can be adapted to further meet individual needs. Gifted programs are typically on-going, small group sessions that offer hands-on, product oriented activities that involve higher level thinking skills, problem solving, research, leadership and one-on-one interaction with teachers and professional mentors.

Gifted Programs of Study

Gifted Course Catalog Elementary K-3

Gifted Course Catalog Grades 4-5

Gifted Course Catalog Grade 6  

K-6 Gifted Curriculum

Secondary (7-12) Pathway

Chapter 16 Special Education for Gifted Students

Pennsylvania State Regulations for Gifted Education

PA Gifted Education Guidelines

PA Gifted Education Frequently Asked Questions

​BOARD POLICY 114 - GIFTED EDUCATION

Board Policy 114 - Gifted Education


PHOTOS FROM RECENT ELEMENTARY GIFTED EVENTS AND PROGRAMS:

An elementary student showcases a homemade model of the human digestive system on a pasteboard as part of an anatomy class.

Five elementary students taking part in the program Calcusolve show off t-shirts that read Keep Calm and Do Math

Five elementary students hold a pasteboard titled Project Permeable as part of the Fairchild Challenge at Phipps Conservatory.Elementary aged students use the building blocks called K-Nex as part of a STEM Design Challenge.


Elementary students act out a scene from Shakespeare on a stage as part of a monologue contest.

Eight elementary students sit for a photograph at Phipps Conservatory after taking part in a field trip.