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