Please be advised changes have been made to this year's G/T referral and assessment window.
- All K students will be internally screened for referral to G/T testing in November; permission to test forms will go home December
- K assessment window opens January 5; any K student identifed as showing need for services will begin services March 1
- Grades 1-12 G/T assessment referral window, January 5-29
- Grades 1-12 G/T assessment window opens February 2
- Click HERE to learn more about referrals for G/T identification.
- Click HERE to make a referral for G/T assessment between January 5 at 8:00 am and January 29 at 3:00 pm.
Advanced Placement / AP Classes
Click HERE to view information regarding AP courses, exams, scores, and credit & placement.
AP students, click HERE to login to your AP Portal. AP Students must enroll in their AP Classroom in order to register for their respective AP exam. A second registration and payment are required through Total Registration. Please contact the following for information from your campus on this process. Registration should be paid by Friday, November 13 at 4:00 pm to avoid a late fee. Unless registered after November 13, all other fees will be refunded if a student does not sit for the exam. For financial aid, please reach out to the high school counseling department.
EVHS: Katie Ross, email@example.com
GHS: Caryn Rasberry, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dual Credit Classes
ACC Dual Credit courses will be online for both the fall and spring semesters.
For those seeking general information about dual credit, click HERE.
Should you have additional questions, contact your campus CCMR specialist or your counselor.
For the latest information on ACC's schedule adjustments and online learning efforts, click HERE.
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GISD Advanced Academics
As a result of education summits that brought together parents, students, teachers, business leaders, and community members to determine the desired skills and characteristics of a Georgetown learner, our Georgetown ISD Learner Profile was conceived. Our advanced academics programs and course offerings have been designed with this Learner Profile in mind, challenging every learner at an appropriate level, and stretching every individual to reach his or her full potential.
Why enroll in advanced courses?
All students in GISD are provided opportunities to develop the skills in the GISD Learner Profile, but students in advanced courses experience challenging learning opportunities on a daily basis that often push them outside of their comfort zones and into the zone of innovation. Additionally, there is a direct correlation between the rigor of courses taken in high school and the successful completion of a college degree.
Does advanced coursework simply mean more work?
Although this is a common misconception, advanced courses do not necessarily require more work from students; however, they do require students to explore and study subject matter with more depth and more complexity.
What advanced academics opportunities does GISD offer?
GISD offers a gifted/talented program, pre-Advanced Placement courses, Advanced Placement courses, dual credit courses, and a variety of enrichment opportunities for its students, from UIL to SeaPerch.