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Upcoming Enrichment Opportunities


High School Aerospace Scholars Program – NASA’s Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX

Application Deadline: Oct. 23, 2019

Attention High School Juniors (11th Grade only):

Are you interested in space exploration, earth science, and aerospace? If so, NASA’s Johnson Space Center is offering the High School Aerospace Scholars Program for high school junior students in the state of Texas.

The program includes an online course and an all-expense paid residential summer camp at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX. The application opens September 10, 2019 and closes October 23, 2019. To be eligible, students must be a U.S. citizen, Texas high school junior, have Internet access, and committed to a one-year relationship with NASA. For more detailed information, visit their website:

NOTE: The Middle School Aerospace Scholars Program is currently under construction.


Art of Problem Solving (AoPS) – Math and Language Arts Enrichment Program in Plano/Frisco

If your child loves challenging math problems or is a high achiever in language arts, consider AoPS to supplement your child’s academic pursuits. Applications are open year-round. Grades 2-12. For more detailed information, visit their website:


AwesomeMath Academy – Math, Chemistry, Physics Enrichment Program in Plano, TX

Despite its name, AwesomeMath Academy has enrichment courses for math, chemistry, and physics. There are options for courses to be taken online or in person. Some classes are a semester long while others are year-round online programs. Must apply to enroll. Fall registration is now open. For more detailed information, visit their website:


Code Ninjas – Computer Programming, Coppell, TX

Coding is the new language of the 21st century. Learning how to code develops logic and problem-solving skills. It is designed for children ages 7-14 to attend after school on weekdays either once or twice a week. They learn to code using Scratch®, Minecraft®, and Roblox®.

AGT Board Meetings

If you are interested in volunteering with the AGT Board or finding out more about what we do, please join us at our next Board Meeting.

Please email us for details.

CFBAGT has been around for over 40 years.  We are a group of parents and educators advocating for gifted programs in CFBISD.  We are definitely in this together.  

Please Join us!

Updated Registration Form now available for 2019-2020
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AGT is committed to serving gifted youth in our community. Financial Support may be available to CFBISD GT student
organizations. Contact the AGT Board for consideration.

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