Middle Schools: Unlike elementary school, where AIG students work with an AIG teacher outside of the general education classroom setting, the middle school AIG services are delivered by the math and language arts teachers within the student's assigned class. The AIG teacher works with these teachers helping differentiate the curriculum. The AIG teacher can also "co-teach" with the general education teacher to help with the service delivery. All Wake County middle schools offer advanced services in language arts and mathematics.
Testing Information: Nomination and Testing takes place twice a year – Fall and Spring. Testing requires an entire semester to complete Parents, Teachers and/or Students may nominate individuals for Testing Please check the AIG home page for more detailed information about nominations/testing
Testing Requirements: Cognitive/aptitude testing (CogAt) – total score at 95% or higher Achievement testing (IOWA) – total reading and/or math score at 95% or higher Classroom performance – one or more grade levels above the current grade level End of Grade tests - based on performance from the above tests Portfolio - it demonstrates gifted potential, ability, or skills and qualifies based on the district's baseline entry criteria.