Criteria for Identification
Intellectual Ability: A student demonstrates extraordinary or potential for extraordinary intellectual development.
Specific Academic Ability: A student functions effectively at highly advanced academic levels in particular subject areas.
High Achievement: A student consistently produces advanced ideas and products and/or attains exceptionally high scores on achievement tests.
Creative Ability: a student characteristically
Leadership Ability: A student displays the characteristic behaviors necessary for extraordinary leadership such as:
Visual and/or Performing Arts Talent: A student originates, performs, produces, or responds at extraordinarily high levels in the arts.