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The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth

Website: http://www.jhu.edu/gifted/

For more than 20 years, the Center for Talented Youth (CTY) at Johns Hopkins University has identified America's top academic students in grades two through eight and provided challenging educational programs through their 10th grade year. Students who score at or above the 97th percentile on standardized tests normally taken in school are invited to participate in CTY's Talent Search, during which they take an additional set of standardized tests used to measure mathematical and verbal reasoning. Qualifying students may choose to enroll in CTY programs including summer residential programs, online courses, and one-day conferences on special topics. CTY also publishes Imagine, a five-issue-per-year periodical that is full of opportunities and resources for gifted students.


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Imagine

Vol. 4 (1996) - vol. 6 (1999)

Imagine is an exciting periodical for 7th-12th graders who want to take an active role in their own education. Published by the Center for Talented Youth (CTY) at Johns Hopkins University, Imagine features student-written articles about challenging summer and extracurricular activities, expert college-planning advice, reviews of selective colleges, career interviews, book reviews, puzzles, web resources, and more. Five-time winner of the Parents' Choice Gold Award, Imagine is also a valuable resource for parents, teachers, school administrators, counselors, and librarians. Recent issues have focused on topics such as Brain Science, Music, Medicine, and Computer Science.

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