Gifted and Talented


**Gifted & Talented Referrals for January 2019 testing are now closed**

**Students may be referred for testing in January 2020.  Please contact your school counselor if you have any questions**

Parent/Guardian Inventory Form -- Please complete if your student was referred for testing for January 2019.

For additional information regarding Liberty Hill ISD Gifted and Talented program, please see our website information and links below and/or contact the counselor or GT coordinator for your student's campus.   Transfer, previously identified GT students, will be evaluated throughout the year, not only in the January window.  Please see your student's counselor if you have questions.
Gifted and Talented:  STRIVE
 
   

Liberty Hill ISD Gifted and Talented Program

LHISD recognizes students from all ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic groups regardless of existing handicaps or disabilities may demonstrate an exceptional ability in academics or divergent thinking.

LHISD has adopted policies and designed programs to address the unique needs of those students identified as gifted and/or talented.  Identified gifted and talented students in grades K-8 are provided with on-going educational services through the district’s gifted/talented program STRIVE (Strengthening Talents, Reasoning, and Intellect through Varied Experiences).  Students identified as gifted and talented and in grades 7-12 are served through one or more of the four foundation courses by a teacher trained in differentiating instruction for the unique needs of a student who is gifted and talented.

It is the goal of LHISD to ensure all such students are provided with a variety of educational experiences which support their individual potential for excellence.   


If you have questions regarding the STRIVE program, please contact our campus STRIVE teachers:
Wendy Pleak 
Mrs. Pleak's Website

Tamra Warner 
Ms. Warner's Website

Campus and District contacts can be found at: STRIVE Contacts

Texas State Plan - GT (English).pdf
Texas State Plan - GT (Spanish).pdf

In accordance with the Texas Education Code 29.121, LHISD defines “gifted and talented” as a child or youth who performs at or shows the potential for performing at a remarkably high level of accomplishment when compared to others of the same age, experience, or environment and who exhibits high performance capability in an intellectual, creative, or artistic area, possesses an unusual capacity for leadership, or excels in a specific academic field.