Academically & Intellectually Gifted
Davie County Schools will provide all AIG students with engaging and challenging experiences to develop their potential, prepare them for college and careers, and maximize their future opportunities.
AIG Program Goals
In order to improve the educational performance of gifted students, Davie County Schools will work:
To identify students with high abilities and high academic achievement utilizing multiple criteria.
To differentiate and enrich the core curriculum to challenge the academically/intellectually gifted learner.
To provide an array of services in a variety of settings which meet the academic needs of highly able learners.
2022 - 2023 AIG Annual Surveys
The AIG Surveys for the 2022-2023 school year are open for completion. The information gathered from the surveys is used to continue to strengthen and improve the AIG program. The surveys will close on Sunday, April 23rd. AIG students will complete surveys using the links provided for them at school.
AIG Online Suggestion Box
Staff, parents/guardians, students, and members of the community can complete this form to share suggestions, concerns, ideas, and information to guide the continued improvement of the AIG program. Submissions are anonymous unless you choose to leave your name and email address.
In order to communicate information about AIG, promote parent involvement and advocacy, and to encourage parents to help gather and share information with others in the community, an AIG Advisory has been formed and meets twice during the school year. Advisory members include AIG Specialists, regular classroom teachers, school administrators, and parents of AIG students.
The AIG Advisory will meet in the fall and in the spring. If interested in serving on the Advisory, please contact the AIG Specialist assigned to your school.
The Kid Story - Games, books, and websites for gifted students
North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics
Summer Ventures in Science and Math (Rising 11th and 12th Graders)
Step Up to STEM (Rising 9th Graders)
Governor’s School (Rising 12th Graders, Rising 11th and 12th Graders in Performing and Visual Arts)
The Science House Student Programs