Gifted EducationFloyd County Schools' Gifted Education mission is to "Create Global Thinkers for a Global World" in their Destination to Graduation!Floyd County Schools provide a variety of programming options for students in grades K-12 who have been identified as gifted using the criteria found in State Board of Education Rule 160-4-2-.38 EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR GIFTED STUDENTS and GADOE Gifted Resource Manual.For More Information Contact:McCall Govignon- Director of Advanced Academicsmgovignon@floydboe.net or (706)234-1031 x7155Gifted Education Teachers in Floyd County SchoolsGifted Endorsed Teachers in Floyd County SchoolsNotification of Assurance of Access:Assurance of AccessElementary Gifted Education Program DescriptionElementary Gifted Resource UnitsElementary Gifted Continuation CriteriaMiddle School Gifted Program DescriptionMiddle School Continuation CriteriaHigh School Gifted Education Program DescriptionHigh School Gifted Education Continuation CriteriaHonors Program
Middle School Honors Program:Students will apply in the winter of 5th grade.
The Floyd County Schools Middle School Honors Program is an educational choice that prepares middle school students for the rigor of high school and college work. Students will be presented with the discipline of pre-Advanced Placement (AP) classes along with enhanced learning experiences focusing on critical thinking skills, research work, experiential learning, and service learning.
This is NOT a pull-out program but an Advanced Content/cluster delivery model. Honors classes meet every day, students may have four honors classes a day.9th Grade Literature, Algebra I, Spanish I and Physical Science are offered in the 8th grade will count as high school CORE credit.
Middle School Honors ApplicationHigh School Honors Program:Students will apply in November/December of 8th grade.
A system-wide grading procedure is implanted for the program. Students will graduate with a locally developed Honors seal if they have accumulated a minimum of 12 Honors and/or AP credits. Students must be enrolled in a minimum of one HP or AP class each year of their high school career. To earn the HP Seal on their diploma, students will complete an Honors Project their senior year. Any exception to this requirement must be approved by superintendent or superintendent’s designee.
Honors Program Video for Floyd County Schools
High School Honors ApplicationHonors Program Application Workshop for Parents and Students