Gifted/Talented Program


Gifted Student – a student who demonstrates a high degree of intellectual, creative, and/or artistic ability(ies); possesses exceptional leadership skills; or excels in specific academic fields and who needs special instruction and/or special ancillary services to achieve at levels commensurate with his or her abilities.

Differentiated Curriculum – courses of study in which the content, teaching strategies, and expectations of student mastery have been adjusted to be appropriate for gifted students.

students with books


Elementary Resource Model

Middle School Advanced Content Model

High School Gifted/Honors/Advanced Placement Models


One day per week pullout

Daily during regular core subject blocks (i.e., math)

Daily by semester in courses selected by student

Time in Gifted Class

All day

100 minutes daily per subject

90 minutes daily per course

*Designed to meet performance standards and gifted education goals

Interdisciplinary (math, reading/language arts, social studies, science)

By subject (typically math or language arts)

By course content

System/State/National Assessments

Same as all others by grade level

Same as all others by grade level

Same as others with options for the Advanced Placement Examination

Continuation in the Program
*Per the Camden County Continuation Policy

70 overall average in core subjects

70 overall average in core subjects

70 above in the course


Progress reported by the gifted teacher and regular progress/report cards reported by regular education teacher (s)

Progress and report cards by subject area teacher (i.e., gifted math class grade)

Progress and report cards by course