Make Connections.  Explore.
Create. Strategize. Be Curious.

Sprout Gifted classes are designed to bring together gifted, like-minded, curious children from First Grade through Middle School (5th/6th) with options for Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten students.

We focus on socialization and emotional intensities, as well as academic curiosities.

Our classes are two hours in length to give the students a chance to interact with one another through art projects, board games, and outside time.

Then we dive into a hands-on topic that will both challenge and stimulate their intellectual interests.  

Our class sizes are small so our teachers can offer support and cultivate their curiosities.


Sprout Programs

cropped-sprouticon1.pngSprout Gifted is designed to bring like-minded children together to interact socially, and to engage in enrichment activities that will feed their insatiable curiosity.

After School Classes

Early Childhood Program

Summer Sprout

We offer a Counselors in Training program for our Middle School Students! 

Blog

Resources

As I research and learn more about my children and yours, I will share articles and books that I find helpful.  Let me know if you do too.

“Participating in Sprout has provided valuable enrichment for both of my children. The topics are interesting and capture their attention, while challenging them to use both scientific reasoning and creative expression. Projects are multi-sensory and often active; no sitting still listening to a long lecture. They work with other children of varying ages, allowing them the chance to be peer-to-peer learners and teachers. I appreciate the breadth of subject areas and the opportunity for the kids to dive deep into each week’s topic. My children look forward to Sprout every week!”

Something to look forward to…

“Our son loves Sprout.  He enjoys the activities in addition to exploring the history / science or stories behind the content.  He can’t wait to share at the dinner table what he has created that day.  As a mom, I value how he is making friends that challenge him and provide new perspectives.”

Diverse & Challenging Learning