These online resources are especially helpful to those seeking challenging activities and resources for working with high ability students. This page will be updated regularly.  If you find other sites you would like added to this listing, please send an email listing the URL and describing the site.

Please take time to read Rocket Science of Raising Gifted Kids (2018) by Christine Turo-Shields of the Kenosis Center. Christine is a parent of gifted children who attended Perry Schools. She is an expert in high ability personally and professionally.

National Association for Gifted Children
Indiana Association for the Gifted
The Center for Talent and Instruction
Central Indiana Mensa Kids & Teens
Mensa International
Purdue Space Day
Kenosis Counseling Center
Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted

Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search

NUMATS is research-validated program that utilizes above grade-level testing to help you understand the educational needs of your child. Students qualify if they are in grades 3 through 9 and qualify for their school’s gifted program, receive a parent or teacher recommendation, meet grade level assessment criteria on a nationally normed or state achievement test, or participated previously in NUMATS.

GT World is an online support community for gifted and talented individuals and those who support and nurture them.