A one-day-a-week program at the Gifted Center for grades 1-5.
A research and problem-solving course for grades 6-8.
A resource room and resource teacher at each high school.
Sponsorship of for-credit internships outside of school.
The students we serve typically
Learn quickly and reason at a high level
Show persistent intellectual curiosity and wide interests
Have markedly advanced language and math skills
Set high standards for themselves
Clubs, Activities, Events & Summer Academy
Participation is limited due to the large number of EEE students, space and teacher supervision.
Priority will be given to active, participating EEE students.
Elementary EEE Students Place First at Tuscumbia Quiz Bowl Tournament
Two teams from the Center for Gifted Education participated in the Tuscumbia Fall Academic Tournament on Saturday, November 3, in Tuscumbia, Missouri. Students on Team A were Kaelyn Smithburg, David Kern, Fanny Zhang, Vedant Patel, and Emilie Zhang. Students on Team B were Isaac Beary, Jacob McCullough, Jenna Lin, Jiho Min, and Joe Waller. Team B placed 1st in the elementary division, consisting of 17 teams. Jiho Min won 4th place individually for most questions answered correctly. Ms. Gretchen Rohrs is the Quiz Bowl coach. Congratulations to these students and their coach for their outstanding performances! We are very proud of you!!
Center for Gifted Education1010 Rangeline StreetColumbia, MO 65201
Phone (573) 214-3750Fax (573) 214-3751
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