Celi Trepanier: The Bloggers of GHF

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To say that GHF: Gifted Homeschoolers Forum is a bounty, a treasure trove of information and support for gifted families, educators, mental health professionals, and medical providers is not completely true. GHF offers so much more than the resources, research, information, online classes, support groups, and publications you can find … Continue reading

The Role of Mentoring in Student Success

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by Madeline Goodwin, Director of GHF Online Classes As a homeschooler, I spent a lot of time doing extracurricular activities based on my interests. Sometimes these were group activities; sometimes one-on-one lessons. The ones I remember most clearly, and the ones where I learned the most, were the ones where … Continue reading

Supporter Profile: IMACS

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The Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science (memorable acronym: IMACS) has been a Premium Plus GHF supporter since 2014, and we appreciate their longstanding commitment to providing online courses for gifted homeschoolers. IMACS offered its first online course for talented students in 1998. In fact, several of IMACS’ most talented … Continue reading

Museum of Science Fiction Hosts Escape Velocity!

Museum of Science Fiction Hosts Escape Velocity!

Have you ever created gum drop buildings with a Tie Fighter Pilot? Danced with a Klingon? Flown drones through an obstacle course? You can experience all these and more this Memorial Day Weekend! Check out Escape Velocity, hosted by the Museum of Science Fiction, a science meets pop-culture convention at … Continue reading

Looking Forward: What Parents of Gifted Homeschoolers Need to Do to Keep Their Juniors On Track

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By Lessa Scherrer Homeschool College Admissions Consultant at the Uncommon Applicant.com Much like homeschooling, the college admissions process is mostly a juggling act. Students need to stay on top of classes and activities, nurture relationships with teachers who will write recommendations, find leadership activities and ways to make an impact, as … Continue reading