Gifted & AP Programs
"Providing students with a differentiated curriculum to meet their individual needs"
The Cabot School District has a long history of commitment to excellence. Part of that commitment entails helping every student meet his/her full potential.
The district recognizes and supports the concept of differentiated curricula for students placed in the gifted and talented program.
Extension of the depth and complexity of the learning experience is accomplished by promoting higher order thinking skills, critical and creative problem solving skills, and research skills.
In our commitment to quality education, the Cabot School District adheres to the Arkansas Department of Education's Gifted and Talented Rules and Regulations:
"Gifted and talented children and youth are those of high potential or ability whose learning characteristics and educational needs require qualitatively differentiated educational experiences and/or services. Possession of these talents and gifts or the potential for their development will be evidenced through an interaction of above average intellectual ability, task commitment and/or motivation, and creative ability."
Gifted & Talented Policy Handbook List of FAQs on the CPS G/T program
Gifted Education Helpful Resources
- AP College Board
- Center for Gifted Education & Development
- Hoagies Gifted Education
- National Association for Gifted Children
- National Merit Scholarship
- PSAT/NMSQT Information
- Arkansas Governor's School
Honors/AP Parent Meeting Information
2022- 2023 Honors/AP Parent Night Agenda
*Honors & AP Program Overview
Course Sequencing, AP Academy, & High-Stake Exams
*AP Academy Application
*AP Academy Graduation Requirements
*AP Academy Meeting Dates
*Course Sequencing AP & Honors
*ACT Test Dates
*SAT Test Dates
*AP Academy Community Service Form
*Example AP Academy Meeting Agenda
Secondary G/T Seminar
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G/T Seminar at CHS
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