TAG (Talented and Gifted Education)
Grant High School strives to meet the needs of all our students. TAG identified students and their parents are encouraged to work with our staff to seek out opportunities and challenges both in the classroom and in extracurricular activities to meet their individual needs. Teachers are trained to differentiate instruction and to find ways to motivate and engage TAG students to learn and grow at the level and pace that suits their interests and abilities in a given subject. All students have different needs and TAG students are no exception. Any time a student or parent feels that their child is not being challenged in a course they are encouraged to communicate with their instructors to find ways to meet their needs. Our counseling department is an excellent resource as well for students and families to support those conversations with teachers, but also to help seek out resources that may not be obvious to a student who is looking for a challenge or an outlet for their talents.
What you can find on this page:
- Nomination forms
- What Grant Offers
- Acceleration options both at Grant and outside of PPS
- A copy of the current Grant TAG Plan (2013-2015)
- Articles and Information of interest for parents
Parents, please take some time to read the TAGAC Flyer 2013 (pdf) if you are interested in joining the TAG Advisory Council. Our first meeting is September 17, 2013
TAG Bulletin Board & Opportunities
TAG - District Website
What Grant Offers
Please take a moment to review Grant High School's additional student services.
- Advanced Courses
- We offer a large array of advanced placement, language and arts courses.
- Football, Soccer, Track & Field, Lacrosse and much more.
- Clubs & Organizations
- Consitution Team, Robotics Club, Student Government, Magazine and more.
- College & Career Center
- Planning & Preparation services
- PTA, Foundation, Community Garden, Alumni & Site Council.
- TAG bulletin board
- Opportunities, Classes, Internships, Competitions and Clubs