Winburn Middle School
Our mission is to maximize the potential of gifted and talented learners by providing experiences, services, and curriculum which match their unique characteristics and needs. Our holistic approach ensures that each student is healthy, engaged, supported, nurtured, and challenged.
Meeting the Needs of Gifted Children
We focus on meeting the unique academic, social, and emotional needs of gifted students. We support the needs of our students through developing a close-knit community of learners, a curriculum that is responsive to student needs, and we offer a variety of extra curricular activities to help meet the needs of our students.
The GTAP offers the highest level of acceleration offered for grades 6-8 in Fayette County Public School. In addition to a compacted and differentiated curriculum, our program provides students to collaborate with their intellectual peers, and provides social and emotional supports to meet the needs of gifted children.
The Gifted & Talented Accelerated Program@Winburn Offers
GT-endorsed educators for core classes
Weekly social/emotional support lessons embedded into the curriculum
Accelerated and enriched content and learning environment with like peers
Differentiated content, process, and products
Opportunities for lateral explorations, research, and constructing connections
Critical, creative, and problem-solving skills and processes
Creation of products that summarize and share the learning with others
Opportunities for in-depth learning, independent study, parallel studies, and constructing connections using broad-based issues and problems facing today's society
A variety of opportunities for enrichment through participation in extra-curricular activities
All GTAP students will have access to a year-long foreign language and a fine arts offering (chorus, orchestra, band, art, or drama).
Non-FCPS Parents: Parents of non-FCPS students must apply on the online application platform when the window is available.
FCPS Parents: No need to apply for the program, as all elementary and middle schools’ GT Recommendation Committees will review data and make decisions on assessments and eligibility. Please reach out to your GT resource teacher for questions or if you wish to refer your student for GT services or GTAP.