Southside ISD Gifted and Talented students are given opportunities to work together as a group, individually, and with other students. Gifted services are administered according to age and grade.
The elementary G/T services offers curriculum differentiation as appropriate as well as credit by examination.
The middle school G/T services offers curriculum differentiation, credit by examination, honors, G/T content courses, and advanced courses for high school credit.
The high school G/T services offers curriculum differentiation, credit by examination, honors, advanced placement courses, and dual credit. High school students also have the opportunity to enroll in Virtual High School Courses or various magnet programs throughout San Antonio.
Gifted & Talented Handbook, Forms and Important Documents:
- Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented (TAGT)
- National Association of Gifted Children (NAGC)
- Texas Education Agency Division of Advanced Academic Services
- American Association of Gifted Children
- The Council of Exceptional Children (CEC)
- College Board
The Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented Students (State Plan) – revised 2009
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