Center offers challenging courses to gifted adolescents

06/2/2008 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

More than 10,000 gifted California seventh- and eighth-graders who earn high SAT or ACT scores can take online Advanced Placement and summer courses through the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth; younger students are also eligible. Some of the center's highest-scoring students are skipping past high school and heading straight for college.

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