The G/T Independent Research Application: Participation in the Independent Research course requires you to produce an original project or creative production based on college-level research. You do not need to have a project in mind at this point, but please identify your tentative, general area(s) of interest. The area(s) of interest may be changed at a later date. This application is due January 31, 2019.
The G/T Intern/Mentor Program Application is available and due January 31, 2019 to Ms. Burns in room C156. While enrolled in the G/T Intern/Mentor Program, students design an original research study or creative production. Students study off-campus with a professional mentor in a self-selected area of interest. Student research or creative production focuses on contributing new knowledge to the field of study. The G/T Resource Teacher facilitates classroom and internship experiences, focusing on advanced-level research methodologies, college-level writing, and oral presentation skills. At the mentor site, students apply the knowledge and skills they have learned in an authentic, professional environment.
Career Technology Education offers an opportunity to explore career pathways while still in high school.