Twelve from Flat Lick selected for Duke Talent Search

Twelve students from Flat Lick Elementary School are among hundreds throughout the nation that have been selected to participate in the Duke University TIP – Talent Identification Program.

Participants in Duke TIP’s 4th–6th Grade Talent Search discover and explore their talents and interests through a variety of academic enrichment activities; can gain a deeper understanding of their potential by opting into taking the PSAT 8/9 as an above-level test; develop their critical and creative thinking skills by embracing the many activities, contests, and opportunities for learning provided by the program; and are recognized for their accomplishments in a variety of ways. Enrolling in the 4th–6th Grade Talent Search also enables them to apply for TIP’s online and residential educational programs, where they become part of a community of gifted peers who celebrate learning.


Front Row (L-R)

Raegan Black, Aaron Mock, Kade Elam, Stephen Patterson, Bryna Jacobs, Bryleigh Mills

Back Row (L-R)

Aaron Powers, Anthony Campbell, Steven Partin, Layla Gray, Jazamai Summers, Madilynn Garland

Posted on May 10, 2017