Advanced Academic Services (AAS) / Gifted and Talented Program

Upcoming Gifted and Talented Enrichment Opportunity:

The Apollo 13 mission commander, James Lovell and flight director, Gene Kranz will speak at WTAMU in the First United Bank Center at 7:00 p.m on November 12, 2010. It is free to the public and will be age appropriate for your child. No reservation is necessary, and there will be open seating for students and their families. It is free to the public and is appropriate for all ages. No reservation is necessary, and there will be open seating for students and their families.

For more information visit the WTAMU Website: http://www.wtamu.edu/news/key-players-in-apollo-13-mission-to-speak-at-centennial-convocation.aspx

Visit the Canyon ISD Advanced Academic Services (AAS) / Gifted and Talented Program pages to learn more about services and opportunities for G/T students.

In addition to academic courses, there are numerous enrichment activities for G/T students including:

  1. Pre-AP, AP, and dual credit courses
  2. Variety of elective courses
  3. UIL academic activities
  4. Student organization activities
  5. Independent study
  6. Planned G/T activities