The big list of resources!

For those who attended our Math Resources Discussion at Super Saturday, and for those who were unable to attend, here are the list of resources discussed at that discussion:


Enrichment Resources for Gifted Students

For informational purposes only.  PAGE of Wake County does not endorse any program below.



Davidson Young Scholars Program

The Davidson Young Scholars Program is designed to nurture profoundly gifted young people.  Services include free consulting services, an online community, summer programs and gifted resources.


National Association for Gifted Children

National organization devoted to gifted issues.  Has a yearly conference in the fall.


Hoagies Gifted Education Page –

A huge website on all things gifted, from parent stories, to scholarly articles, to game recommendations.


SENG (Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted)

SENG has webinars, classes, groups and a yearly conference.


TAG Families of the Talented and Gifted

TAG maintains three listservs that provide support and information to families of gifted. TAGFAM is for those with children in traditional schools, TAGMAX is for homeschoolers, TAGPDQ is for those whose children need radical acceleration and options.



North Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented (NCAGT)

Regional affiliate of national organization.  Annual conference March 5-6 in Winston-Salem.


North Carolina Virtual Public School (NCVPS)

Online classes for high school credit.  Open to middle and high schoolers with principal permission.

This is called dual enrollment.


Online and Talent Search

Duke Talent Identification Program (DukeTIP)

Weekend, online and summer classes grades 4-12.  Can register to take Explore in 5th/6th and SAT in 7th.


Center for Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins (CTY)

Online and summer classes, talent search. K-12


Art of Problem Solving (AoPS)

Online classes, books, community.  Math, competition math, computer programming, problem solving.


Khan Academy

Free lessons in wide variety of subjects.



Online math classes.  Free trial includes math assessment.


Coursera –

Free College Courses




Local and Summer Programs

Governor’s School of North Carolina —

The Science House at NCSU —

North Carolina Science Olympiad —

Battle of the Books —

Odyssey of the Mind —

Geography Bee —

Scripps Spelling Bee —

Math Circle at NCSU —

* SMILE Camp at NCSU —


* Techsplorers —

Chess Achieves —

Club Scientific –

Science Fun for Everyone —

ID Tech Camp —

Morehead Planetarium and Science Center —

Science in the Summer —

* Marbles —

* NC Museum of Natural Sciences —

* NC Museum of Life and Science —

First Robotics League —

* STEM for Kids —

* Wake Gifted Academy –

* North Carolina School of Science and Math —


*  These programs have offered classes at Super Saturday or been sponsors of PAGE of Wake County



Re-Forming Gifted Education:  How Parents and Teachers Can Match the Program to the Child by Karen B. Rogers


Scholarship Programs

Bevan Scholarship, Duke TIP

Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship

Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship




Math Curricula

Life of Fred

Singapore Math

Beast Academy

Art of Problem Solving Books

Miquon Math



Developing Math Talent by Susan Assouline and Anna Lupkowski-Shoplik

Sir Cumference books

The Adventures of Penrose the Mathematical Cat

The Number Devil

Critical Thinking Activities

Puzzles and Games that Make Kids Think

You Can Count on Monsters

Moebius Noodles

Martin Gardner books


Math Camps

Epsilon Camp (ages 7-12) —

MathPath (ages 12-14) —

Awesome Math —

Canada/USA Math Camp —

Promys —

Ross Mathematics Program —

MathILy –



HSMC Mathworks –



AMA has a comprehensive list of summer programs.  See

MAA has a list as well. See

Art of Problem Solving has a robust community that features these programs.  See



Math Kangaroo March —

Purple Comet Math Meet –

Mathcounts —

MOEMS (Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary and Middle School) —

AMC 8, AMC 10, AMC 12 —




Math Prize for Girls —

Siemens –

Putnam –


Nearby Festivals

College of Charleston Math Meet — February

Julia Robinson Math Festival – Charlotte, NC in March

Sonia Kovalevsky Day – October at NCSU

NC Science Festival



Ken Ken




Board Games by:






Educational Insights

Prime Climb


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6th Annual PAGE of Wake County Spelling Bee Champion!

With almost 100 spellers starting out our morning round, competition was tough at the PAGE of Wake County spelling bee! Spellers ranging in age from our youngest speller ever (a 6 year old first grader) to 8th grade started out the morning round with a written oral test and a written vocabulary test. Then they were on to our second round, a one question only oral round.

Scores were calculated (and sometimes double and triple calculated) before our top 24 participants moved on to our afternoon oral rounds.

The afternoon portion of the Bee consisted of 9 rounds with increasingly difficult words. In the final round, all spellers misspelled their word…except one. Rahul Sachdev stood alone on the stage. After correctly spelling his final championship word correctly, Rahul was declared the winner!

Rahul will be going to the Scripps National Spelling Bee at the end of May. PAGE wishes him the best of luck, and congratulates all of our spellers on a job well done!

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Super Saturday Registration!

PAGE’s Super Saturday, co-sponsored by Meredith College, is available for registration! Super Saturday consists of an AM session (from 10-12) with exciting sessions for K-8th graders and a free parent session running after you drop the kids off, and a PM session (from 1:30-3:30pm), also with a parent session. Make a day of it…you can purchase lunch vouchers to give your kids the experience of eating lunch on a real college campus, or eat at one of the various eateries along Hillsborough Street. Just make sure to pick up your annual PAGE membership if you haven’t already, easily available through the link below when you register for classes!

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Early Entry into Kindergarten

Want to learn more about early entry into Kindergarten in Wake County? Dr. Wynns will be at Wake Academy to discuss characteristics and the process. Please RSVP. There will be no childcare available at this event, and this is open to the public. Dr. Wynns is a wonderful speaker with a breadth of knowledge, and it promises to be a great session!

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Save the Date! Super Saturday Spring 2016!

Spring Super Saturday is coming up very soon! More details about classes will be posted in the near future, but please remember to save the date for April 9th, 2016.

We hope to see you there!

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What is STEM Education?

Ever wonder what everyone is talking about when they start talking about “STEM”? Do you already kind of know, but are curious as to why it’s so important?

Join Wake Academy, NC FIRST Robotics and PAGE of Wake County for a presentation on February 23rd from 7-8 pm. Limited childcare will be available. Please RSVP at the following link to reserve your spot!

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PAGE Super Saturday 2015!

Our class list is up for PAGE Super Saturday on November 14th! We’re very excited about the course offerings, and it seems we are not the only ones…classes are filling up fast!!

To make things easy for you, you can purchase a membership through this same link if you have not already done so. Please send any questions to


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November 10: Social Tips for Gifted Children

Is your child confused on

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Save the Date! Fall Super Saturday November 14

PAGE is hosting our fall Super Saturday at Meredith College on November 14th. Details for specific classes will be forthcoming over the next few weeks, but make sure to mark your calendar!

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Duke TIP Parent Information Presentation


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