2004 GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL SELECTIONS MADE
Over 800 North Carolina rising high school juniors and seniors have been selected to attend the 2004 Governor's School, a summer program for academically or intellectually gifted students.
N.C. Department of Public Instruction Exceptional Children Director Mary Watson said Governor's School provides gifted students with a wonderful opportunity to explore and develop their talents. "The academic environment of the Governor's School thrives upon students' intellectual curiosity. Acceptance into Governor's School is one of the highest honors provided to high school students."
Students attending Governor's School are nominated by their local school superintendent, charter school director or private school headmaster. Each school system is allotted a certain number of students based on its 10th and 11th grade populations. Students are nominated in one of 11 areas: Art, Choral Music, Dance, Drama, English, French, Instrumental Music, Mathematics, Natural Science, Social Science and Spanish. The courses and activities are designed to stimulate student creativity, move students to question basic assumptions, explore unanswered questions, and develop an acceptance of the process of change.
The Governor's School of North Carolina is the oldest statewide summer residential program for academically or intellectually gifted high school students in the nation. The program, which is open to rising seniors only, with exceptions made for rising juniors in the performing/visual arts area, is located on two campuses: Governor's School West and East. Governor's School West is located at Salem College in Winston-Salem and Governor's School East is located at Meredith College in Raleigh. The 2004 session will run from June 13 - July 24.
For more information, please contact Camilla Roberson, Governor's School Special
Assistant, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, 919.807.3986.
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About the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction:
The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction provides leadership to 115 local public school districts and 126 charter schools serving over 1.5 million students in kindergarten through high school graduation. The agency is responsible for all aspects of the state's public school system and works under the direction of the North Carolina State Board of Education.
For more information:
NCDPI Communication and Information Division, 919.807.3450.