Registration has been Extended! We are still accepting applications.
All classes below are open unless it is labeled FULL.
Final Class Offerings:
Session 1 AM
Session 1 PM
Session 2 AM
Session 2 PM
|Lego WeDo||Hands on Math||Water Wonder||All the World's Stage|
|Beautiful Math||Lego WeDo||Engineering with Legos||CSI Super Sleuth FULL|
|Charged Up!||The Renaissance||Fun with Mathematics||Engineering: It's All Around Us|
|Engineering: It's All Around Us||Engineering: It's All Around Us||The Art and Science of Optics||Fun with Computer Programming II|
|Pre-Med I||Lego Robotics I||Engineering: It's All Around Us||Pre-Med IV|
|Fun with Computer Programming||CSI Toxicology||Lego Robotics I|
|Unraveling Genetics||Mystery River|
|Capturing American History with a Digital Camera|
|Fun with Computer Programming|
Mark your calendars: Session 1: June 25-29
Session 2: July 9-13
The Center for Gifted Education (CFGE) provides unique opportunities for high-ability students to attend Saturday and summer enrichment courses at William & Mary. The target audience for SEP is students currently enrolled in grades K–9. This enrichment program enables students to explore specialized topics not typically studied in the regular classroom.
SEP is an academically challenging program with an emphasis on inquiry-based learning for students. The program is not meant to supplant the regular school curriculum; rather, it recognizes the importance of allowing able youngsters to explore additional specialized areas of science, mathematics, humanities, and arts. Course activities are compatible with the expected achievement of talented students at specific grade and age levels.
Behaviors fostered by the gifted learner program include the ability to:
apply process skills used in individual fields of inquiry,
recognize problems and approaches to problem solving,
understand and appreciate individual differences, and
become a self-directed learner.
Click on the "Register for Spring SEP" button or "Register for Summer SEP" button above to download our brochure and complete the application packet.
For more information about our enrichment programs, please contact the Precollegiate Learner Programs Coordinator, Sarabeth Varriano at (757) 221-2362. You can also contact us by [[sep, email]].